Tag Archives: JOHANNESBURG
Shared Value movement founder and business icon Mark Kramer to headline 2018 Africa Shared Value Summit
Benefitting from 46 years of experience accumulated since the inaugural event, Electra Mining Africa has a proven track record for driving sales, sales leads and building brand awareness. For many exhibitors, Electra Mining Africa is seen as a gateway into Africa for further business expansion.
The sixth edition of the DISCOP Johannesburg entertainment content market wrapped up last Friday with a record 1464 attendees from 81 countries including 37 Sub-Saharan African nations. National and regional pavilions hosted delegates from Germany, this year’s Guest Country, France, the USA, China, Francophone Africa, and the Middle East.
The report focussed on industrial developments in different provinces and the implementation of the Special Economic Zones (SEZ), Industrial Parks and Black Industrialists programmes
Johannesburg: Real estate invasion expected in Sandton as African Real Estate & Infrastructure Summit and Property Buyer Show come to town next week
“In good times and bad, investment in real estate has proven a sound option“
The 2nd Annual AfriSecure Cyber Security Summit, Africa’s most respected cyber security conference, will take place on the 18th & 19th October at The Maslow Hotel in Sandton.
Johannesburg’s Executive Mayor Herman Mashaba to address African Real Estate & Infrastructure Summit in Sandton on 25 October
“Rejuvenation of the inner city a key priority for the new administration”
The How to Market and Sell Training Products, Events and Services Workshop will enhance Business Developers and Training Marketers Competencies
Deon Binneman, the international Reputation management consultant and speaker will host and facilitate a How to Market and Sell Training Products, Events and Services Workshop at the Hotel Apollo, Randburg, Ferndale, Johannesburg on the 27th October that will enhance business developers and marketers of training services competencies (Knowledge, skills and attitudes).
Support for the inaugural edition of Clarion’s Gaming Africa, the two-day conference and learning symposium taking place across 24 and 25 October in Johannesburg, continues to gather apace, with regulators, thought leaders and gaming companies all endorsing the vision for the creation of a world class gaming event dedicated to the continent.