My Experiences of the Procurement & Enterprise Development 2009 – Gallagher Estate

Original publish date – Fri, 09 Oct 2009 14:57:22 +0000, MPUMULO MAPHOSA

This year’s Procurement & enterprise Development Conference at Gallagher Estate proved to be a great success. How long has it been running, I wonder? Still it doesn’t mean I can’t confirm that it was a resounding success. The conference started with Keith Levenstein, EconoBEE’s CEO, welcoming all the delegates and hitting a hard-surfaced ground straight away.

It certainly started on a high note as the presenter dished out a spiral of theory, which immediately triggered interesting arguments from an actively involved audience. If the theory was anything to motivate active involvement, then the practical part of the conference was way too much to handle. With Case Studies such as the one for Mabuya Glass – EconoBEE’s Enterprise Development beneficiary, it left me without a shade of doubt that the true and genuine objectives of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment were being realized amongst the delegates.

I’m glad that I am not the only one who enjoyed the presentation, the delegates expressed their satisfaction too and it’s inspiring. I take my hat off to the EconoBEE team for such a magnificent job; you guys are up there amongst the best – WELL DONE. I enjoyed the food toooooo.

For the next conference, click on the link below

http://econobee.co.za/services/workshops/practical-sustainable-development-and-reporting-conference.html

 

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