19 April 2018
Undoubtedly, Enterprise Development is a business imperative – it is not just the value of a contract given to a black business by a corporate but the contributions towards technical help, transfer of knowledge and skills, operating cash flow, loans and/or investments. It is an innovative way to drive small business performance, while at the same time strengthening the value chain of your business.Join experts at the KR Enterprise Development seminar and learn how you can move your Enterprise Supplier development programme from a B-BBEE exercise to a more solid, reliable and strategic partnership with your suppliers.
Packed with best practice ESD case studies, you can’t afford to miss this opportunity to get strategically connected with what’s new and what’s working in the enterprise and supplier development space. Make sure you reserve your seat today!
KR is an integrated business and management content provider. Our products and business offerings enable individuals and organisations to succeed, grow and thrive.KR not only develops and hosts conferences, workshops and seminars but we are also the largest business book publisher and supplier in Africa. We also publish an online magazine entitled Human Capital Review, www.humancapitalreview.org, which is endorsed by Harvard Business School Press. We are a very reputable and established company, respected for the quality events we host.
|ONE DAY SEMINAR • 19 APRIL 2018|
REGISTRATION | Meet and greet conference attendees, presenters and Knowledge Resources registration staff
Welcome and introduction by chairperson
Adopting Enterprise development
Gary Joseph, CEO, South African Supplier Diversity Council
Investing in Enterprise development: tips for choosing the right partner
Jayshree Naidoo, CEO, YIEDI
|09:45 – 10:15||MORNING BREAK|
|10:15 – 11:15||
Getting the most out of your Enterprise and supplier development (ESD) programme
Allon Raiz, CEO, Raizcorp
Case study: Overcoming the challenges of preferential procurement (Gautrain)
Measuring impact and return on investment (ROI) for enterprise development
Andrew Bam, Senior Manager: PAD & Learning, Small Enterprise Development Agency
|12:30 - 13:30||LUNCH|
|13:30 – 14:15||
Ensuring sustainability and reinforcing reputation in Small Enterprises: Growth Point case study
Shawn Theunissen, Head of CSR, Growthpoint Properties and Head of Property Point
Panel discussion: The role of corporates in scaling up small business: success stories
|15:00- 15:15||AFTERNOON BREAK|
|15:15 - 16:00||
Five common Pitfalls to look out for in Enterprise development agreements
|16:00||End of Seminar|
|19 April 2018 - Enterprise and Supplier Development seminar
||R3 950.00 excl. VAT|
Many of our delegates enquire about the accreditation of our events. There is a misconception that organisations qualify for SETA grants only for accredited programmes. This is not correct. The payment of SETA grants is regulated by the Government Gazette, no. 9867, Vol. 570, 3 December 2012, no. 35940. These Regulations clearly state that the SETAs “must allocate a mandatory grant to a levy paying employer” that has submitted a WSP and ATR by the regulated date, has provided all the information required in the regulated template, and is up to date with skills levy payments. Furthermore, the template in the Regulations (Section C: Skills Development) allows employers to include ALL planned training in the report; not only accredited programmes.
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