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Company legislation and you - Get the inside scoop!

As a director or shareholder, it's important that you are familiar with the changes that the Consumer Protection Act (CPA), Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI), National Credit Act, Companies Act, 2008 and King III has on your business. Get to grips with what is required of you as a director in your business. The International Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW) in partnership with the Department of Trade & Industry (the dti) invite you to attend their Empowerment seminar that will educate and inform you about how to comply with these regulations. Delegates will receive a Certificate of Attendance from the dti and BPW confirming their participation of the event.
Company legislation and you - Get the inside scoop! - Business & Professional Women South Africa (BPW)
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The seminar will take place in Johannesburg from 1-3 October from 9.30am to 5pm. Attendance at the seminar will cost R12,000 for the three days excluding VAT, transport and accommodation. Please note that cancellation fees will be incurred once you have confirmed your booking.

In keeping with its core aims, and due to popular demand, BPW has garnered the support of top legal experts to assist you in gaining valuable insight into a rapidly changing branch of corporate law. Both men and women are encouraged to attend.

BPW is an international businesswomen's organisation founded 81 years ago in Geneva, Switzerland. BPW is recognised as the largest and most influential international network of business and professional women, with affiliates in 100+ countries on five continents. We have over 500,000 members internationally which include women leaders, entrepreneurs, business owners, executives, professionals and young career women. BPW has had Consultative Status with the United Nations through the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) since 1947 and participatory status with the Council of Europe and works in partnership with the Commonwealth Business Council. BPW South Africa has partnered with the dti in South Africa.

BPW has the ambition to make the equal participation of women and men in power and decision-making roles a reality through capacity- and confidence-building. Through hosting this seminar together with the dti, BPW is leading the way by enriching the knowledge base of directors and stakeholders when it comes to taking responsibility in a corporate setting. For more information on topics or to make your booking visit http://www.bpw-jhbsa.co.za/index.php/events/30-future-events/98-business-training-courses or contact Toni Gomes on (011) 794-4991 or 083 212 9134 or email .

    
 

Business & Professional Women South Africa (BPW)'s press office

Business & Professional Women South Africa (BPW)
Business & Professional Women South Africa (BPW)
BPW is a Non Profit organisation which develops the professional, leadership and business potential of mid to senior businesswomen through advocacy, mentoring, networking, skill building, and economic empowerment programs and projects around the world.
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