Africa’s largest gathering of executives, professionals, and entrepreneurs, Leaderex 2015, is taking place on 17 September at the Sandton Convention Centre.
Leaderex 2015 aims to develop world-class leaders and companies through 60 events, including conferences, debates, masterclasses, and forums.
Visitors will be able to connect with over 200 exhibitors to achieve their leadership, career, and business goals.
Attending Leaderex 2015 offers a variety of unique benefits:
- Explore career opportunities: Engage with top employers and recruiters. Discover career opportunities for high-calibre candidates, and network with other professionals.
- Start or grow a business: Connect with incubators, accelerators, and start-up platforms. Access funding, venture capital, and mentorship opportunities.
- Investigate MBAs and business schools: Meet with academic directors and programme managers to obtain an extensive understanding of the various programmes on offer, and their alignment with career and business objectives.
- Get one-on-one coaching: Participate in free, one-on-one sessions with leading coaches and consultants on aspects relating to leadership, strategy, innovation, entrepreneurship, and career development.
- Win prizes and giveaways: Over R250,000 worth of prizes and giveaways are up for grabs. Exclusive value offerings will be available to high flyers.
At the event, visitors can attend a free business school and entrepreneurship and career masterclasses with inspirational speakers and business leaders, taking place throughout the day.
The masterclasses will be presented by top speakers, including Raizcorp CEO Allon Raiz, Shell South Africa chairman Bonang Mohale, and The Money Show host Bruce Whitfield.
Topics will be varied and insightful, such as the keys to understanding the psyche of South Africa, finding the perfect career, and the formula for developing a high-impact personal brand.
“Participating in Leaderex has given us the opportunity to collaborate and rub shoulders with like-minded organisations and individuals to push the African vision,” said Danie Smit, SAP Head of Skills for Africa.
“I believe this event is a great opportunity for young, aspiring people to learn about the African environment and its challenges, but specifically to see the opportunities that await us all.”
SAP will exhibit as well as host a panel discussion about growing young ICT leaders across Africa.
Entry to Leaderex is free if you register at www.leaderex.com before 11 September.
This article was published in partnership with Leaderex.