The Standard Bank Top Women Entrepreneurial Conference taking place in the Free State, North West, Northern Cape and Mpumalanga throughout May 2019, gives local entrepreneurs the opportunity to expand their business reach.
The conference is set to take place at various locations during May:
Bloemfontein - 20 May 2019
Klerksdorp - 23 May 2019
Kimberley - 27 May 2019
Mbombela - 30 May 2019
The events will feature a Pitching Den where female entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to showcase their business ideas to a panel of judges as well as conference delegates. The presentations will take the form of a three-minute elevator pitch, followed by a five-minute question and answer session.
Standard Bank Top Women is South Africa’s leading gender empowerment brand, celebrating organisations that prioritise gender empowerment. The regional conference series aims to encourage companies with growth potential to become market leaders and inspire other female entrepreneurs.
"To Standard Bank and Topco thank you so much for your contribution to my business growth. I have never thought in my wildest dreams that I can attend and pitch in an event of this nature and win.” Francine Zana, the 2017 winner of the Port Elizabeth pitching den.
Businesswomen looking to build their personal networks, create partnerships, generate business interest and gain business-building knowledge by interacting with other entrepreneurs are encouraged to attend.
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