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Three goals for manufacturing growth

At the Manufactur­ing Indaba at Emper­ors Palace, Ekurhuleni on June 29th and 30th, Manufacturing Circle Chairperson Bruce Strong joined other key­note speakers to launch an important document entitled “Three goals to grow manufacturing: South Africa’s great­est opportunity for job-rich growth.”

“The document was launched at the event because we believe this exactly what the subject of the Manu­facturing Indaba is all about: South Africa’s greatest opportunity for job-rich growth,” says Coenraad Be­zuidenhout, Execu­tive Director of the Manufacturing Circle.

The Manufactur­ing Circle has been a partner to the event since its inception and along with other key partners, is making strategic inputs to the event content to en­sure that it is relevant to all stakeholders in the private and public sector with an interest in manufacturing.

“Attendance and in­terest of manufactur­ers until the last min­utes of the inaugural event in Ekurhuleni was exceptional be­cause the event is about identifying opportu­nities in the market for greater alignment between government and the private sector,” says Bezuidenhout.

Given the interna­tional profile of speak­ers (including three global manufacturing experts who flew in es­pecially for the event) the high-level involve­ment from government and the private sector, and the heightened relevance of this year’s programme, the 2015 event was truly invalu­able to South Africa’s manufacturers.

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