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.
South Africa is investing in Special Economic Zones (SEZs) as a major plank of its industrial development policy. A range of incentives are available to attract new skills and develop new industries.
The Business of Wine & Food Tourism Conference that was recently held at Spier near Stellenbosch, with a focus on innovation and big data, was packed with knowledgeable speakers and delegates, and of course good food and wine.
The eThekwini Municipality has introduced an innovative way of ensuring that Durban becomes an “Edge City” through Shape Durban, a conference planned for November.
eThekwini Municipality, incorporating Invest Durban, was nominated as the 'Highest Rated' municipality in a total of eight different categories at the prestigious PMR.africa Awards.
False Bay College was selected as the Centre of Specialisation for riggers and mechanical fitters in the Western Cape.
The AfCFTA Business Forum, which allows for private sector engagement with formulators of policy, should lead to realistic and workable trade agreements.
Tracy Mkhize, GM: Operations – Food & Beverage, Bianca van Niekerk, Business Development: National, and Adele Maritz, Business Development Manager: International, are Top40 Women in MICE.
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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