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Doing business in Africa seminar in CT

Aug 31 2015 13:50

Cape Town - The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry will host an entrepreneur seminar entitled "Doing Business in Africa" at the V & A Waterfront in Cape Town on Tuesday, September 8.

The seminar will build on last year’s successful event which was attended by 150 delegates.

According to the chamber, Africa is one of the few areas of economic growth and has become a new frontier for business. South African firms are well placed to take full advantage of the opportunities on offer.

At the seminar a panel of top speakers with knowledge and experience of African markets will describe the opportunities and possible pitfalls of doing business in countries with different laws and customs.

They will deal with new immigrations laws, global trade management and the tripartite free trade area and what it means for business.

There will also be a presentation on the penetration of Chinese business into Africa and the regulatory challenges of doing business in Africa.

For more information or to book a place contact Denise Kolbe on 021 402 4300 or The cost is R450, but just R250 for chamber members.



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