Who Owns Whom

These are trying times, but hopefully, once the pandemic has exhausted itself, we will be living in a wiser world.

The lockdown presents an opportunity to research new business and new markets to pursue when it lifts.  To assist South African businesses in these difficult times, Who Owns Whom is offering a 50% discount on all industry reports purchased during this period.

While it is a moving target, recently published industry reports cover the potential impact of the coronavirus on that industry and this will be the case for all newly published reports for the rest of the year. We have already prioritised those reports in our production line where industries may be most vulnerable to measures being taken to flatten the contagion curve.

These include:

  • Cargo Handling, Storage and Warehousing in South Africa
  • Freight Forwarders in South Africa
  • Manufacture of Electric Lamps and Lighting Equipment in South Africa
  • Operation of Toll Roads
  • Renting of Construction Equipment with or without Operator in South Africa
  • Real Estate Activities in South Africa
  • Retail trade in Second-hand Goods in Stores
  • The Car Rental Industry
  • Travel & Tourism: Travel Agencies, Tour Operators and Related Services
  • The Textile Industry

 

Stay safe
The Who Owns Whom Team

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