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The international Sage Summit Tour is coming to South Africa. It will take place at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, from 7 – 9 March.
The aim of the event is to connect a range of entrepreneurs, business owners and talk about new technologies. ‘digital transformation’, and success.
Some of the speakers include CEO of Sage, Stephen Kelly, chairman of Sage Foundation, Ivan Epstein, country director of Google South Africa, Luke McKend, Malian politician Dr. Cheick Diarra, and more.
“During Sage Summit, Johannesburg becomes the hub for the region’s entrepreneurs. This community is the most powerful driver of economic prosperity in the Africa and Middle East’s economy, creating more than two thirds of all jobs,” says managing director and executive vice president of Africa nad Middle East at Sage, Anton van Heerden, in a press release to Ventureburn.
“We will celebrate these business builders, support them with the technology of tomorrow and seek to give them a voice on the world stage.”
The event’s partners include AccTech Systems, Norming, Vend Retail, Peresoft Software, Moditar, Technisoft, AutoSimply, Flowgear, OrgChart Hosting, and Orchid Systems.
For more information, visit the Sage website.