IPFA South Africa: Johannesburg FLN: Africa is Open for Business - Positioning Yourself and Your Organization for Success in a Technological and Globally Competitive Market

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Hosted by: Hatch

Africa has major development aspirations as a continent. Combined with the advancements in technology, Africa’s potential for development opens much opportunity for innovation and entrepreneurship. In the presence of all this opportunity, how can one position themselves and their organisation/business to take advantage of the opportunities that are available?

Join us for a session where we focus on the importance of entrepreneurship, self-branding and networking.

4.00pm Registration
 

4.30pm Welcome & Introduction
Craig Simmer, Regional Director: Infrastructure, Hatch
 
4.40pm Panel Discussion
Conrad Blake, Regional Director, Hatch
Roelof van Tonder, Business Development, Africa House
Mongezi C. Makhalima, Managing Executive and Founding Member, The Coaching Community
 
Q&A Session
 
5.50pm Closing Remarks
Craig Simmer, Regional Director: Infrastructure, Hatch
 
5.55pm IPFA Update
Jabulani Debedu, Senior Consultant, Grant Thornton & Member of the IPFA South Africa FLN Committee
 
6.00pm Networking Drinks Reception kindly hosted by Hatch

Should you have any questions concerning the arrangements, please feel free to call +44 (0)20 7427 0900 or email Laura Dabas: laura.dabas@ipfa.org

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October 25th, 2017 4:00 PM   to   9:00 PM
Hatch Offices
58 Emerald Parkway Road, Greenstone Hill
Johannesburg, 1609
South Africa