CONFERENCES, SEMINARS TRAINING

Our Conferences are known for interdisciplinary networking and invites the public in Africa and beyond to attend well constructive and intensive programmes usually over 5 days.

Our multidisciplinary Conferences will be organized on different dates in different months through the year as shown below. The delegates can make their submission under the titles below:

July:
FINANCE AND SECRETARIAL

August:
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT – the reason to procure

September:
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS CONFERENCE

Develop business and economic skills and gain the knowledge and tools you need to succeed as an entrepreneur with one place that organizes the intelligence you need to drive financial results and turn your passion into success.

October:
HUMAN RESOURCES CONFERENCE

Human resources conference will provide impactful tips for improving corporate recruiting, engagement, culture, and compensation in 50+ concurrent sessions. Along with the HR Executive Panel, the schedule includes two keynotes and  industry thought leaders will discuss means to motivate, retain, and reward workers.

November:
THE DIGITAL CONFERENCE

Instead of unpacking digital transformation as a topic itself, the event goes straight to work on topics that CDTO’s, CIO’s and other C-level executives with digital KPI’s are already grappling with, such as digital finance, e-commerce, fintech innovation, financial inclusion, data, markets and competitive environments. This one focuses on senior executives tasked with digital transformation from a technology, organizational development and policy perspective.

December:
ANNUAL CONFERENCE

The CCTI/CDTC Annual Conference takes place annually in several cities across South Africa. The conference has three primary aims.
The first aim is to provide opportunities for delegates from a range of disciplines and countries to share their experience and exchange ideas through the conference podium.
The second aim of the conference is to provide opportunities for delegates to receive informal and formal in-depth feedback through discussions, and to enable them to establish contact with professionals in other countries and organisations.
The third aim of the Conference is to introduce delegates to well researched educational principles that are suitable for study abroad programs and which may meet their students’ educational needs.

December: