Who are we?

Our Story

Our-Story

ProblemThe South African Institute for Entrepreneurship (SAIE) helps to address poverty and unemployment through entrepreneurially focused initiatives. The institute was born out of the Triple Trust Organisation (TTO) in 1996 in recognition of the critical need for easily accessible business literacy training materials for both the small enterprise sector and for schools.

With 19 years of experience in developing innovative, experiential based training materials, the SAIE promotes a positive mindset in youth and adults across South Africa (SA), and assists in the creation of effective entrepreneurs and enterprises.

the SAIE promotes a positive mindset in youth and adults across South Africa (SA), and assists in the creation of effective entrepreneurs and enterprises

SolutionThe SAIE trains educators, trainers, co-operatives and community-based organisations to convey business skills, uncover entrepreneurship qualities and ensure sustainable economic development and wealth creation. The institute currently works in education, agriculture, enterprise development and information technology.

Goal

Our Vision

PurposeThe SAIE has a vision for a dynamic culture of entrepreneurship in SA that promotes entrepreneurial behaviour, the creation of jobs and therefore the reduction of unemployment, poverty and inequality. We achieve results by creating a dynamic culture of entrepreneurship in SA through the development of innovative programmes and methodologies that are underpinned by key entrepreneurial drivers.

We achieve results by creating a dynamic culture of entrepreneurship in SA through the development of innovative programmes and methodologies that are underpinned by key entrepreneurial drivers.

ValuesWe ensure that they are effectively delivered so that participants are motivated by these drivers and skilled in the tools required to start or improve businesses in the SAIE’s chosen
sectors.

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