Cape Business News serves up World Design Capital business opportunities

Cape Business News serves up World Design Capital business opportunities

Cape Business News is proud to announce that its next business networking breakfast on the 27th February at the CTICC. Presented by Frost and Sullivan, the topic of the day will be “Spot the

business trends in the World Design Capital for 2014.”

The World Design Capital has been a topic of discussion across the region for months already, but a lack of information and understanding has made it difficult for businesses to embrace the program and capitalize on it. CBN and Frost and Sullivan will unpack the trends and opportunities that this unique platform offers to the Cape Business Community.

“It is important to remember that design is not only about advertising and fancy homes and products, design is about problem solving. Product and industrial design is the bread and butter of the manufacturing sectors. Product development across the board employs design principles throughout the process,” says Jenni McCann, Cape Business News editor.

“This potentially gives every company, from entrepreneurs and SME’s to large enterprises the opportunity to showcase the innovative ecosystem that defines the Cape business community. With regional, national and international exposure ours for the taking, this is an opportunity not to be missed,” continues McCann.

In addition to the topic under discussion, the CBN networking breakfasts offers business people from across the board a chance to meet and interact. With 90+ people attending the last CBN networking breakfast, representing financial institutions to logistics specialist, marketing professionals to manufacturers, business opportunities abound.

Event Details

Date: 27 February 2014

Start: 7:30 for 8:00 am

End: ±10:00 am

Cost: R595 pp (Exc. VAT)

Parking: Free tickets at registration)

Rate includes access to the video presentation.

Booking information

+27 21 700 4300

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“Networking is marketing. Marketing yourself, marketing your uniqueness, marketing what you stand for.”  - Christine Comaford-Lynch

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