The convener of this year’s The Business of Wine & Food Tourism Conference has lined up several high-profile international and local speakers, some of whom will discuss the role of big data as part of the event’s wider theme of innovation.
In a first for conferencing at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, the centre hosted “Miss Pepper”, a humanoid robot capable of detecting human emotions during the BIOMIN World Nutrition Forum 2018.
This marketing campaign’s key objective is to instil confidence in the economy of the Cape and South Africa internationally, by showcasing the many opportunities for investment across a variety of sectors.
Associated with families and excellent schools, the Southern Suburbs in Cape Town has so much to offer. From sectional title to retirement options, from family homes to student accommodation - there's a home to suit every need.
Mining Indaba recently interviewed Nichole McCulloch, MD of Women in Mining UK about her ideas on gender diversity in the industry. This is all part of our pledge to feature more female speakers on the agenda in 2019.
The Business of Wine & Food Tourism Conference has become a must-attend event for the tourism industry. The 3rd annual conference will be held on 17 October 2018, at the Spier wine estate in Stellenbosch.
A sky bridge is being constructed to connect CTICC 1 and CTICC 2 and will allow for the seamless movement of delegates between the two buildings.
Great reading material this month from Jonathan Ball Publishers, the leading publisher and distributor of English general books in South Africa.
The AI Summit launches at AfricaCom 2018 in Cape Town this November and is set to be as informative and well subscribed as its international counterparts.
Supported by Founding Awards Sponsor, PCCW Global, the awards will be held on 14 November at The Lookout in Granger Bay, Cape Town.