Top Empowerment, South Africa's premier transformation platform, will host its annual conference in Johannesburg on 10 and 11 April. The leading empowerment knowledge-sharing platform in the country, the event will arm business leaders with the latest insights into transformation and identify opportunities to help businesses thrive.
Aiming to accelerate empowerment in South Africa to ensure an all-inclusive economy through transformation, the two-day conference will comprise of case studies from award-winning organisations, discussions and networking sessions. Speakers will include Honourable Ministers Naledi Pandor and Jeff Radebe; economic advisor to the president, Trudi Makhaya; and Tshmia Ismail-Saville, CEO of Youth Employment Service.
Breakaway sessions, hosted by NPI Governance Consulting, OMNI HR Consulting and AV Light Steel, will provide attendees with invaluable information about how to transform and sustain their businesses. These sessions will cover topics that deal with creating and sustaining radical change, lessons learnt from 25 years of transformation as well as accelerating the delivery of social infrastructure.
With a host of well-known empowerment influencers participating at the event, the Top Empowerment Conference is set to unlock the transformation potential of this year’s delegates.
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