Greytown network business meeting gets under way

2015-09-16 06:00
At the business network function (from left) Mzwandile Zulu (Mageba Lodge), Theresa Edwards and Nozipho Mbhele (Umvoti Municipality), Rose Cyrus (Midlands Cleaning Chemicals), Thandiwe Hughes (Capitec Bank), Joanie Koller (Impact Landscaping) and Pet

At the business network function (from left) Mzwandile Zulu (Mageba Lodge), Theresa Edwards and Nozipho Mbhele (Umvoti Municipality), Rose Cyrus (Midlands Cleaning Chemicals), Thandiwe Hughes (Capitec Bank), Joanie Koller (Impact Landscaping) and Pet

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HOSTED by Pannar, the first Greytown networking business gathering was most successful with about 80 business men and women getting together to exchange ideas and socialise.

In a brief introduction Pannar chief Ashley Cotterrell outlined the importance of Greytown businesses connecting and networking and being aware of the range of businesses and services available locally.

He pointed out there was a range of businesses and services in the town and district which meant that local sources could be utilised rather than always looking elsewhere.

Following a brief history of the host company Pannar, Ashley highlighted three local businesses - Dunsi Consulting, events organiser, Events Charisma and Greytown Recycling - the owners of which outlined what they did.

Umvoti Municipal director of planning and economic services emphasised the importance of business and government, particularly at local level, working together to promote the economic development of the town and district. This was certainly a positive step forward for all role players who, it is hoped, realised the importance of such action which can only be of great benefit not only to the individual businesses, but also to the community as a whole

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