Business Forum meets

2016-02-03 06:00

DURBAN South Business Forum (DSBF) is looking forward to an exciting 2016, loaded with opportunity for any business in various areas.
Throughout the Southern eThekwini area, there are many areas in which DSBF plans to have a positive impact.

One of the first initiatives that will kick off within the next few days is a joint venture between Durban South Business Forum (DSBF), Amanzimtoti Community Upliftment Project (AMCUP) and Vincit Omnia Veritas Trust.

DSBF will have its monthly meetings throughout the year, normally on the third Monday of every month at Lords and Legends, unless announced differently. The first meeting will be on 22 February. During this occasion, we will have the national chairperson of AHI and head of Business Partners, Christo Botes, address the meeting on various aspects of business success in these uncertain economic times. Everybody running a business, be it large or small, should benefit from attending this meeting.

For the rest of the year, topics will be in sync with the national calendar. For example on 27 February, DSBF will participate in the national Shavathon, the meeting in April will celebrate Freedom Day, in May employers organisations and networking will be the topic and in June the theme will be around National Youth Day.

Most importantly, DSBF will have its annual Golf Day to raise funds for a to be decided on charity organisation.

Full details of the activities of DSBF will be released in the press.

People are also encouraged to visit our Facebook page for more details and announcements, or contact Carine Rix on 083 440 3537.

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