Leaders in the fields of power, energy and water will descend on the Cape Town International Convention Centre this month (May) for the African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa conference and exhibition.
This commitment to the environment has earned the CTICC top honours after winning the Medium Stand Award category in the Event Greening Forum Awards at Meetings Africa 2019 held recently in Johannesburg.
An environmental sustainability collaboration between the Cape Town International Convention Centre and Investing in African Mining Indaba has diverted 24 000 kg of wood from landfill.
The Cape Town International Convention Centre has added another certification to its list of International Standards Organisation (ISO) accreditations.
The Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) has yet again achieved recording breaking revenues and impressive operating profits.
The CTICC’s water saving initiatives has resulted in a 30% saving of water over the past financial year alone. Building on this success, the CTICC commissioned its own reverse osmosis plant.
The CTICC has been awarded 15 international conferences, in the last six months alone. Many of these will be hosted on the African continent for the first time.
Tracy Mkhize, GM: Operations – Food & Beverage, Bianca van Niekerk, Business Development: National, and Adele Maritz, Business Development Manager: International, are Top40 Women in MICE.
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.
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.
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