Business matters. Innovation matters. South Africa matters.
The In Good Company conference, hosted by Nation Builder, is taking place on 21 August 2018 at the Atterbury Theatre in Pretoria. This year’s theme is: South Africa matters.
The fourth annual In Good Company conference will show how South African business is helping fix social problems with innovative solutions.
A wealth of inspiring, local, talented people who tackle complex social challenges, and succeed, will share practical lessons, useful insights, and new ideas. Together, companies and communities are rewriting South Africa’s narrative, for good. The day will bring together businesses of varying sizes that are committed to lead social change in South Africa.
Please visit the conference website
for more information on the programme, which includes the following dynamic speakers:
Dr Graeme Codrington, an expert on the future of work; Nonhlanhla Joye, the founder of Umgibe Farming Organics & Training Institute; Brent Lindeque aka “Good Things Guy”, a Primedia LeadSA Hero; Carolin Gomulia, a consultant for the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation; Tashmia Ismail-Saville, the CEO of the Youth Employment Service (YES); Samantha Jack, a biochemist, physiologist and the co-founder & CEO of Endoki, a modern, urban farming project which sells live crickets and cricket flour; Mark Sham, a passionate entrepreneur who speaks to audiences around the globe about being better prepared for the future; Lungi Tyali, CEO of Solar Turtle, winner of the Nation Builder Social Innovation Challenge.
The MC is Dr Michael Mol: medical doctor, an executive TV producer and presenter, an international speaker, business consultant and a founding director of a multi-national company called Hello Doctor. Now a mobile health company, Hello Doctor’s game-changing approach to healthcare, using mobile phones to give anyone access to doctors anytime, anywhere – has spread globally.
In Good Company 2018 is sponsored by Mergon, King Price Insurance, BrandSA and Stone Communication & Consulting. Hosted by Atterbury Theatre, who is sponsoring the venue.
Delegates can register now online. The cost of tickets is R1 800 per person.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
• Top local speakers sharing knowledge and practical expertise from their fields
• Real world examples of innovative business solutions to local challenges
• Networking with a community of like-minded business leaders
• Ideas on how to best help improve the well-being of South Africans through social investment
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
• Chief Executive Officers
• Board Members
• Senior Management
• Corporate Social Investors
• Enterprise Development Experts
• Scenario Planners
• Transformation Officers
• Social and Ethics Committee Members
• Company Secretaries
• Anyone wanting to use their business to mobilise social upliftment in South Africa