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The Jozi SME HubsS – A Footprint in all 7 Regions

The hubs with walk-in centres in downtown Johannesburg, Soweto, Alexandra, Poortjie and Diepsloot, has experienced rapid growth in recent time. The Soweto walk-in centre, situated in the Empowerment Zone in Diepkloof, is the busiest of them all.

Another walk-in centre has recently opened in Roodepoort. The Randburg Hub is currently being revamped.


               Jozi SME Hubs




 Jozi SME Hub - Dieplsoot -Riversands


 12 Incubation Drive; Riverside View Ext 15; Midrand; Contact Number: 010 492 3791




Jozi SME Hub - Randburg together with the Randburg Chamber of        Commerce and Industry

 Atrium Terrace; 272 Oak Avenue; Randburg; Contact Number: 011 833 0340


 Jozi SME Hub Roodepoort together with Jozi @ Work

 Roodepoort Civic Centre; 100 Christiaan de Wet Road; Florida Park; Contact Number: 011833 0340

D  Jozi SME Hub Soweto Empowerment Zone

 A2/431 Old Putco Building Zone 6 Chris Hani Road Diepkloof Soweto; Contact Number: 010 492 3792



Jozi SME Hub - Alexandra Satellite Office

 Jozi SME Hub - Alexandra Office

 Motsweding Centre No. 17 Arkwright Avenue; Wynberg; Contact Number: 011 440 7887

 Office 102, First Floor Yarona Mall, 89 Watt Street, Wynberg; Contact Number: 011 492 3928

F   Jozi SME Hub – Central Johannesburg

 58 Marshall Street Marshall Town; Contact Number: 011 833 0340

G  Jozi SME Hub - Poortjie

Poortjie Community Centre; Corner Kubheita Street and Foreman Street Poortjie; Contact Number: 010 492 3790

The aim of the Jozi SME Hubs is to offer both start-up and seasoned entrepreneurs a “one-stop” shop where they can receive all the advice, funding application support and training they need to start or grow their businesses. The Jozi SME Hub model is unique in that each branch is strategically developed to address the needs of the local economy and business environment. It brings together many of the diverse local stakeholders representing all tiers of government, community and corporate organisations which are committed to the common vision of building an entrepreneurial society. The cluster concept at the Jozi SME Hubs ensures there is a network of service providers, networking organisations and community-based organisations, tenanted under one roof. Tenants are selected according to the quality of their services, their sustainability, service-oriented approach and contribution to The Hub’s strategy and overall philosophy.

We recognise that each of our clients is unique, that each has its own learning style and that they're at different stages of their business Development.

The type of services that are offered in the hubs are:-

  • Access to business opportunities. • Relevant business information and resources.
  • Referrals to quality business development service providers, government resources and financial institutions.
  • Internet access for business and idea generation.
  • Legal advice, by appointment.
  • Business-to-business networking opportunities.
  • Regular business information workshops on a wide range of business related topics. Access to meeting and training rooms.
  • Tender facilitation
  • Funding facilitation.

  • The Jozi SME Hub serves as an ideal delivery platform for other initiatives. We are open to engaging with interested programme partners who share our common purpose, to pool our resources and expertise in order to improve collective long-term sustainability and avoid duplication of efforts in various sectors. We actively pursue partnership arrangements with key service providers to provide access to much needed services for SMEs.

Jozi SME Hubs

Jozi SME hubs offer small businesses and would-be entrepreneurs one-on-one consultations with information and resources on how to start or grow their businesses. There are seven hubs, in Alexandra, Johannesburg, Poortjie, Randburg, Riversands/Diepsloot, Roodepoort and Soweto

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