The Transformation Legacy (TTL), an enterprise development organization that is striving to reshape South Africa’s economy by working together with corporate and government agencies to empower entrepreneurs, will be hosting a Business Breakfast in Johannesburg on the 18 August 2023.
“The Business Breakfast is a knowledge sharing event which will provide perspective on some of the latest ESD outlook and TTL’s customised ESD programmes. The event also aims to bring together corporate organisations to discuss how a formidable enterprise and supplier development landscape in South Africa can be built. As part of celebrating Women’s month, we will also provide some of the female led small medium enterprises we have worked with, with an opportunity to showcase their work and share some of their inspiring stories,” says Sibusiso Raphekwane, CEO of The Transformation Legacy.
Invited to shed light on ESD trends in South Africa, is Mkhaphi Nkosi, Director of Intelligent Advisor and B-BBEE specialist, Equally so, the spotlight will be on how corporate, and government can work together to level the playing field for SMEs through an inclusive economic ecosystem. The conversation will take the format of a panel discussion with representatives from corporate, government and the SME community forming part of the panelists to share their views.
“By creating this platform, we at The Transformation Legacy hope to start a meaningful and hopefully, an ongoing conversation about how we can collectively work towards creating a more conducive environment for ordinary South Africans to become active participants of the economy and become more self-reliant,” added Raphekwane.
This inaugural Business Breakfast by the Transformation Legacy promises an unparalleled platform for corporate organisations and SMEs to foster connections, exchange compelling narratives, and discern lucrative prospects for potential collaboration.
Should you be interested to attend the event, you can contact: :
Name: Tsholofelo Mngxali
Job Title: Company Anchor
Contact: 010 023 0508