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#FutureFit Survive the next decade

Is your business going to make it to 2030 and beyond? This is the question every entrepreneur should be asking themselves if they want to build a sustainable business. When you are running your own business, you may not always have the time to read up on trends and future outlooks, but this is vital if you want to stay relevant and in business.

At our next eTTP session, we will look at the trends and insights you need to know to ensure that you stay in business for the next decade and beyond.

Event Details:
Thursday, 27 February 2020
18:00 - 20:30 (Please arrive promptly)
15 Alice Lane, Sandton, Equinox Leadership and Innovation Centre, Absa Capital Building
Topics Covered:
  • Look at the trends and insights you need to know to ensure that you stay in business for the next decade and beyond.

Mimi Kalenda, Group CEO and co-founder, Africa Communications Group

Born in the DRC of Rwandan heritage and raised in South Africa, Mimi Kalinda is the Group CEO and Co-Founder of the Africa Communications Media Group (ACG), a pan-African public relations and communications agency headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa. ACG clients include Barloworld, Accenture, the World Bank/IFC, the Rockefeller Foundation, AFIG Funds, Nesta, Lloyds, the African Development Bank (AfDB), and Dalberg Advisors.

Dr Rethabile Melamu, General Manager Green Economy, The Innovation Hub

Dr Rethabile Melamu is a dynamic and self-motivated professional; she obtained her PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Cape Town. She is currently the General Manager for the Green Economy Unit at The Innovation Hub. Before that, she acted in the position of Chief Director: Sector and Industry Development in the Gauteng Department of Economic Development.

Kendal Makgamathe, Head of Brand and Business Development for Wits University’s Tshimologong Digital Innovation Precinct

Managing relations for the Precinct with corporate partners at C-suite and senior management level, Kendal is as much at ease with country ambassadors as he is with startup founders. He weaves the golden thread of the human story through all his work and finds that creating value for the Tshimologong Precinct lies in doing the just that for entrepreneurs and corporates alike. A career highlight was curating the first Startup Guide Johannesburg, an mapping exercise of the city’s entrepreneurship scene.

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