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BIG BUSINESS meets SMALL BUSINESS…

ENTERPRISE & SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT Expo is about empowering black owned businesses, particularly the small-medium enterprises and to transform them until they become real industry players.

The ENTERPRISE & SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT Expo supports the government agenda of radical economic transformation and business case for ESD initiatives in South Africa, helping develop sustainable, efficient and profitable enterprises that are able to grow the economy.

BUYERS MEET SELLERS….

What can you expect from ENTERPRISE & SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT Expo

  • BIG BUSINESS will Showcase their very own verified black owned business as part of Enterprise Development Programme. The expo affords black owned SMME’s highly rated by their clients, with an excellent opportunity to be discovered by other Big Businesses attending the event.
  • HOSTED BLACK OWNED SMME’s: Over 200 verified black owned business from across sectors will be exhibiting.
  • SELF FUNDED SMME'S: We offer “Self-funded SMME” packages available on request.
  • PROCUREMENT PROFESSIONALS / BUYERS: Procurement professionals have the opportunity to SOURCE from over 200 of these highly rated SMME’s in order to meet your preferential procurement and supplier development needs!
  • SUPPLIER MATCHUP SESSIONS: Successful entrepreneurs know that the lifeblood of their business is found in making the right connections to escape the loneliness of being a solopreneur. Making connections is vital for business growth. The Supplier matchup session is a great platform where buyers and suppliers meet to access new markets

Sector Specific Supplier Matchup sessions | 6 June 2017:

09:00 - 10:00 Construction, Engineering, Facilities, Logistics
10:30 - 11:30 Manufacturing / Agribusiness / Agri processing
12:00 - 13:00 Services & Retail
13:30 - 14:30 ICT
15:00 - 16:00 Resources- Petrochemical/ Energy/ Mining

How to do Business Workshops | 6 June 2017:

09:00   New PPPFA Regulations - What do they mean for SMME's

09:45   What do the new BEE Codes mean for your business?
            Yuneal Padayachy
            Deputy Director: B-BBEE Procurement Transformation & Verification
            Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment
            Special Economic Zones & Economic Transformation

10:30  How to do business with Mondi
            Rob Kaletsch
            Procurement Specialist: Forest Operations - South Africa Division
            Mondi

11:00  Growing your business through access to markets: why this is important?
            Sibusile Luthuli
            eSourcing Consultant
            SCNET

11:45  How to do business with Sun International
            Simon Gardner
            Supply Development Manager
            Sun International

12:15  Small Business Incentives and Compliance
            SARS Representative

13:00  How to do business with CocaCola
            Wiso Mdlalo
            Group Procurement Manager
            Coca Cola Peninsula Beverages (Pty) Ltd

13:30  Access to non traditional funding

14:00  How to do business with Government
            Kamogelo Mampane (FCIPS, MBA)
            Chief Executive
            TK Global Experts

14:45  How to do Business with Airports Company South Africa (ACSA)
            Nombuso Msomi
            Procurement Manager
            Airports Company South Africa (ACSA)

15:00  eThekwini eProcurement Roadshow

15:15  How to do business with Umgeni Water
            Nonhlanhla Gumbi
            Supply Chain Manager
            Umgeni Water

NOTICE: Registration on Governments Central Supplier Database:

It is important to note that all suppliers who want to do business with the State must be registered on the Central Supplier Database as mandated by the National Treasury.

KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Treasury will be registering suppliers on the CSD.

Suppliers are requested to bring the following required information in order to be registered on the CSD:

  • Supplier type, identification number, supplier name, trading name and country of origin;
  • Supplier contact (Preferred contact person, preferred communication method, email address, cell phone number, telephone number);
  • Supplier address (Country, province, municipality, city, suburb, ward and postal code);
  • Bank account information;
  • Supplier tax information;
  • Ownership information (Name and identification number of directors/ members);
  • Association to any other suppliers (Branch, consortium member etc.); and Commodities the supplier can supply.

A valid email address, identity number, cell phone number and bank account details are mandatory in order to register on the CSD

 

 

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