Browsing Research Articles (Business Management) by Author "Antonites, Alexander Josef"

Browsing Research Articles (Business Management) by Author "Antonites, Alexander Josef"

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  • Antonites, Alexander Josef; Haguma, J.J. (Academic Journals, 2011-02-04)
    Innovation is one of the characteristics that distinguish an entrepreneurial venture from one that is nonentrepreneurial. In a situation where undifferentiated mass production is the defining feature of the global coffee ...
  • Tselepis, Thea J.; Mastamet-Mason, Anne; Antonites, Alexander Josef (University of Pretoria, Department of Business Management & Academic Entrepreneurship Society of South Africa (AcES), 2016-08-31)
    BACKGROUND : The number of apparel manufacturers in the South African clothing and textile industry is diminishing due to competition with importing apparel manufacturers. Nevertheless, South African small and micro-businesses ...
  • Tselepis, Thea J.; Mastamet-Mason, Anne; Antonites, Alexander Josef (South African Association of Family Ecology and Consumer Sciences, 2015)
    Die Suid-Afrikaanse kledingbedryf is onder geweldige ekonomiese druk, veral ten opsigte van vervaardiging, wat ook kledingontwerp insluit. Daar is bevind dat 50% van werknemers in hierdie bedryf in 2013 afgelê is weens die ...
  • Antonites, Alexander Josef; Nonyane-Mathebula, B.T. (Beauhania Thobisile) (Southern African Institute for Industrial Engineering, 2012-05)
    A positive relationship between economic growth and entrepreneurship has been widely established. The entrepreneur is the key player in the entrepreneurial venturing process. This paper primarily focuses on understanding ...
  • Vosloo, Christo; Vosloo, Pieter Tobias; Antonites, Alexander Josef (Higher Education South Africa (HESA), 2018)
    This article will report the findings of research undertaken to put forward an amalgamated education and training framework that has the potential to enhance the entrepreneurial functioning of South African Architects’ ...
  • Antonites, Alexander Josef; Kliphuis, Warren (Department of Business Management, University of Pretoria & Academic Entrepreneurship Society of South Africa (AcES), 2011)
    It is widely established in scientific literature that entrepreneurship directly contributes to both employment generation and economic growth. Entrepreneurship is said to be subject to a very specific process which ...
  • Van Rooyen, Enslin; Antonites, Alexander Josef (South African Association for Public Administration and Management, 2007-08)
    Informal trading is a phenomenon prevalent throughout the world, but nowhere more visible and contributively to local economies than in the developing world. South Africa faces similar challenges as any other emerging ...
  • Vosloo, Christo; Vosloo, Pieter Tobias; Antonites, Alexander Josef (South African Institute of Architects, 2017-11)
    This article reports on a qualitative study into the actions, practices and attitudes that allowed a sample of South African architects’ firms to be regarded as enduring. Architects considering starting their own ...
  • Antonites, Alexander Josef; Van Vuuren, Jurie Jansen (Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences University of Pretoria, 2005-09)
    A generally accepted definition of an entrepreneur is an individual with the ability to realise a specific vision from virtually anything, a definite human creative action. A differentiating factor defining the true ...
  • Antonites, Alexander Josef; Wordsworth, Russell (College of Economic and Management Sciences, University of South Africa, 2009-12)
    The field of entrepreneurship in South Africa has certain unique although limiting characteristics, including an unconvincing enabling environment, a weak entrepreneurial culture and an emergent, and therefore limited, ...
  • Antonites, Alexander Josef; Truter, M. (South African Association for Public Administration and Management, 2010-09)
    This article explores current issues pertaining to the SMME procurement process on a local government sphere within the scope of three Gauteng metropolitan areas. The process itself is known to be the subject of various ...
  • Van Huyssteen, Gerhard B.; Botha, Melodi; Antonites, Alexander Josef (Suid Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap & Kuns, 2016-06)
    The Virtual Institute for Afrikaans (VivA) is a research institute and service provider for Afrikaans in digital contexts. It is a registered non-profit company, with the Afrikaanse Taal- en Kultuurvereniging (ATKV), ...