Stem cell transplants has been around for more than 25 years and it is important for the treatment of different diseases. Air Product provides liquid nitrogen for stem cell storage.
The Oceans Economy is no longer just a concept talked about at conferences, it is a reality that is starting to have an impact on South Africa.
The urgency of growing jobs through suitable skills development and entrepreneurial opportunities topped the agenda at the conference.
Partnerships and collaboration between educational institutions, the private sector and government are preparing the way for future generations to be on the edge of innovation in vital sectors.
The upcoming Manufacturing Indaba, to be hosted 3 – 4 October 2019 in Port Elizabeth, is set to delve further into each of these impactful investments
Of the established companies in the region, Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz, Ford, South African Breweries and Aspen Pharmacare are all either upgrading facilities or adding new production lines.
An exciting new maritime awareness programme was launched Wednesday, 4 September to encourage South Africa’s youth to not only dip their feet into the endless possibilities of career exploration in the maritime industry, but to “dive in” by getting immersed into a future career in the oceans economy.
Having the right ecosystem partners will be critical in this world of customer-centric payments. Technology and innovation in general will continue to be vital, but the real focus must always be the needs of the customer.
The Eastern Cape’s strategic location considerably simplifies logistics for both domestic and foreign markets.
Entrepreneurship training is bringing a ray of hope to subsistence fishing communities in marginalised coastal areas of the Eastern and Western Cape.