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Reputation Conference 2015

Friday, 06 November 2015 | Cape Town - Protea Fire & Ice

"You can't build a reputation on what you are going to do." -  Henry Ford

Great global minds that you will be rubbing shoulders with include:

Andrew Boraine | Western Cape Economic Development Partnership (WCEDP) – Reputation is everything – the experiences of a partnering organisation

Huma Gruaz | Alpaytac – USA – Reputation management of brands through external communication via traditional media relations and digital programs including social media and crisis management.

Lutz Cleffmann | ECCO-Düsseldorf – Germany – ECCO research results about the future of journalism and readers’ comments

Nicole Webb | Impact Communication – Australia – Managing the reputation of an industry that ‘spends the kids inheritance’

Norbert Ofmanski | Onboard – Poland – How social media influences an organisation’s reputation and how to manage those processes

Mothobi Seseli | Argon Asset Management – Importance of reputation within the context of financial management and business results

Mzilikazi Wa Afrika | Sunday Times – The media and ethical journalism

Prof Ronel Rensburg | University of Pretoria – Lying to protect the organisation and the CEO: an occupational hazard?

For more details on all the speakers, please click here.

The MC for the day... Braam Malherbe

 The MC for the day will be renowned motivational speaker, Braam Malherbe. Known for his many adventures, Braam's positive attitude inspires and motivates people on a daily basis.

More details...


Protea Hotel Fire & Ice in Cape Town will be our location for the day. It is easily accessable from the N1 and N2 and has secure parking space.
Click here for the map.

Your investment

R5800 (incl. Vat) for a full day of being inspired by reputation experts.

PRISA members: R3880 (incl. Vat)

Secure your seat

YES - I would love to attend

For more information contact: |021 790 0208


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