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AHI Western Cape congress to focus on sustainable growth

Aug 28 2019 18:25
Compliled by Carin Smith

Catalysts to stimulate the economy in the Western Cape will be the main focus of the AHI Western Cape's annual congress on September 5 and 6 in Velddrif.

The event is hosted by the Velddrif Business Chamber at the Riviera Hotel in Velddrif.

The aim of the congress is to see how to ensure sustainable economic growth. More than 5 000 businesses of nearly 50 regional business chambers are members of the AHI Western Cape.

Dr Willie Cilliers, AHI Western Cape CEO, says the congress speakers are industry experts who will share their valuable experience with the audience.

Professor Frederick Fourie, professor of economics at the University of the Free State, will be the opening speaker. Cornie Swart, president of Agri Western Cape, will speak on agriculture as an economic catalyst and Monika de Jager, manager of the Namaqua West Coast Tourism, will lead the discussion on tourism as an economic catalyst.

André Diederichs, founder and CEO of FABASA (Family Business Association of South Africa) will talk about family businesses.

Christo van der Rheede, deputy executive director of Agri SA, is the guest speaker at the gala event during which the Business Chamber of the Year, Emerging Business Chamber of the Year, Small Business Entrepreneur of the Year and Small Business Beginner Entrepreneur of the Year will be announced.

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