LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER!

The countdown to the Small Medium and Micro-Enterprise (SMME) Opportunity Roadshow has begun and is getting closer to the end.

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Taking place at the Cape Town Convention Centre (CTICC) on the 6th of September 2017, the SMME Opportunity Roadshow provides a platform for small business owners and entrepreneurs to network and gain exposure for themselves and their businesses. It also promises to provide a variety of business opportunities for delegates while accommodating positive engagement and exchange of ideas and business experiences.

The SMME Opportunity Roadshow also boasts a number of exhibitions, which will help business owners identify competition, create business opportunities and promote innovative input in order to maintain a good business agenda within the different sectors.

The array of speakers will provide different perspectives and experiences within the SMME sector from established business people.

Speakers include amongst many:

  • Sihle Tshabalala - Co-founder and CEO Quirky 30 NPC and Quirky Innovations (Pty) Ltd, 
  • Henry van Deventer, Wealth Strategist - Old Mutual Wealth, 
  • Bheki Kunene, Founder, MindTrix Media 
  • Damian Michael, Founder, Innovo Networks
  • Tumi Menyatswe – Founder and CEO of Minderz and Head of Product at Picup Technologies – Justin Asher as the programme director.

Delegates are urged to register speedily as there are a limited number of spaces available. Registration can be done electronically here.

PLEASE NOTE: Only registered delegates will be granted access.

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