2nd EASTERN CAPE MANUFACTURING INDABA TO BE HOSTED: 20 OCTOBER 2017 – BOARDWALK CASINO & HOTEL, PORT ELIZABETH

2nd EASTERN CAPE MANUFACTURING INDABA TO BE HOSTED: 20 OCTOBER 2017 – BOARDWALK CASINO & HOTEL, PORT ELIZABETH

Port Elizabeth – Following the recent success of the fourth national Manufacturing Indaba event which took place at Emperors Palace, Ekurhuleni, in June 2017, and the aligned Small Business Indaba, which took place at Emperors Palace, Ekurhuleni, in June 2017, the Eastern Cape roadshow of the Manufacturing Indaba will be hosted at Eastern Cape: 20 October 2017 – Boardwalk Casino & Hotel, Port Elizabeth
The one-day Eastern Cape provincial manufacturing event, will host leading manufacturing experts, who will address the province’s delegates, meet with the private sector manufacturers and discuss opportunities and challenges related to the province’s manufacturing industries.
With high-level government and industry role players speaking at the conference, the programme is filled with content specifically tailored to meet the needs of the province’s manufacturing businesses. In addition, the event will host manufacturing companies who will be exhibiting their products and services to the delegates in attendance, with a focus on expansion and access to new markets.

For more information on the event, please visit: http://manufacturingindaba.co.za/ec/

MORE ABOUT THE MANUFACTURING INDABA
South Africa’s economy is under pressure on several fronts and business confidence is at a low. The nation’s manufacturing industries continue to face tremendous challenges; increasing production and wage costs, a shrinking manufacturing base, global market volatility, and the threat of other emerging economies which continue to threaten the growth of South African manufacturers.

The success of the nation depends on a strong and innovative manufacturing base and we must continue to work together to promote prosperity through manufacturing, science and innovation.


The aim of the Manufacturing Indaba 2017 and its provincial roadshows is to focus on and boost the growth potential of key industry sectors, namely: automotive, construction, metals, forestry, paper & packaging, chemicals, aerospace & defence, industry products and services, and to provide a platform for informative and interactive sessions with the prime movers of the nation’s manufacturing sectors.

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