EXPO: Minister Rob Davies to Address Attendees at the Consumer Goods Council Summit 2014
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The Minister will be speaking on the role of business and government in implementing the National Development Plan and the role of the Consumer Goods Industry in South Africa over the next 20 years.
The summit will take place on the 28th and 29th of October at Vodaworld in Midrand.
“We are pleased to invite past and new delegates to this year’s instalment,” says Gwarega Manghoze, CEO of the CGCSA. “The CGCSA Summit advisory panel, consisting of top executives from a number of major South African Consumer Goods Industry businesses, have put their heads together to bring delegates a rich and relevant agenda, reflecting the true expectations of retailers, suppliers and third-party service providers. Over 35 speakers have been confirmed for the Summit.”
The two day Summit has a great line up of speakers who will be discussing:
Operational excellence in the value chain: Profit through efficiencies and stakeholder convergence.
The age of consumer and shopper engagement: Meeting the demand of a demanding, economically stretched shopper to drive loyalty and profit through efficiencies.
Wholesale and Retail SETA conference
SOCAP: Strengthening your consumer care front line to deliver bottom line results.
Women’s forum workshop.
“We at CGCSA are working once again to deliver a meaningful consumer goods industry event,” says CGCSA CEO, Gwarega Mangozhe.
“This year the CGCSA Summit 2014 is all about unlocking stakeholder potential and coming up with solutions on how to solve various issues. We will look at the burning issues facing us every day and provide delegates with practical solutions to their most pressing business imperatives.
“A concerted effort has been made to have a mix of international and local speakers addressing the selected topics with the maximum of 45 minutes per session,” concluded Manghoze.
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