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This is what USB’s Small Business Academy is about: teaching business skills to small business owners from low-income communities, undertaking research on small business development, and working with corporates to make this happen.​

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  • USB Agenda is the USB biannual magazine. It disseminates business news, views and knowledge. It is aimed at middle and upper management echelons.

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