Still places for Alec Hogg talk

2012-07-20 00:00

THE International Monetary Fund forecasts that seven of the world’s 10 fastest-growing economies of the next decade will be in Africa.

That brings obvious growth potential, but to participate, South African businesses need to plan carefully and follow a disciplined approach.

Moneyweb CEO Alec Hogg will cover this ground when he shares tips he picked up at the World Economic Forum Summit in Addis Ababa.

Bookings are filling fast for this popular event, which will be co-hosted by wealth management specialists Glacier by Sanlam at the Golden Horse Casino Hotel on Friday, July 27.

On the panel to put their questions to Hogg will be Deloitte’s André Pottas and Anthony Thunstrom, CEO of KPMG’s Global Africa Practice. Pottas is the leader of the infrastructure and debt advisory practice for sub-Saharan Africa.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Hogg and put your own questions to the panel as they discuss scenarios for South Africa in the “African Century”.

Tickets for the breakfast, which will start at 7.30 for 8 am to 11 am, are R175.They are selling fast, so you’ll have to hurry. Tables of 10 may be booked at R1 575. Phone Mary Lynn at 033 355 1110 or e-mail .za to make your booking. Payment by EFT or credit card is required to confirm your booking.

Lucky prizes for readers on the day will include two luxury weekends for two at Mondazur San Lameer and two exciting Witness VIP subscriber give-aways.

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