For those in the Cape this week, join Future Females Winelands in Paarl tomorrow (28 January) as the organisation shares stories of inspiring entrepreneurs who have intentionally built the
In Johannesburg tomorrow, a roundtable discussion by SAP will look at how one measures innovation.
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On Wednesday (29 January) Cairo, StartEgypt – backed by Flat6Labs – will showcase its startups incubated during 2019. This, while on Thursday (30 January in Lagos, The Lawyers Hub with the support of Omidyar Network will present a one-day training seminar on digital identity.
This article is part of a weekly series that highlights all the top startup events, competitions, networking sessions, workshops and conferences in Africa.
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Join Future Females Winelands in Paarl as the organisation shares stories of inspiring entrepreneurs who have intentionally built their businesses (and lives) around a deeper sense of purpose and are thriving
Date: 28 January, 8am to 9.30am
Location: Workshop17 Tabakhuis, Cnr of Tabak and Louws Street, Paarl
Stellenbosch Network Business Breakfast
Join the Stellenbosch Network for its first monthly Stellenbosch Network Business Breakfast for 2020.
The theme is Social Media Marketing for Small Business. Entry is free and the event is open to Stellenbosch Network members and non-members.
Date: 30 January, 9am
Location: AP Hector Gedenksaal (Volkskerk), Kahler Street, Idas Valley, Stellenbosch
How does one measure innovation?
SAP’s Innovation Roundtable discussion series hosts relevant meetups focused on topics of innovation concepts, strategy, methodology and implementation.
This meetup, the first of the 2020 series, asks what the true measurement of success is in innovation.
Date: 28 January, 8.30am
Location: SAP South Africa, Building 1, 1 Woodmead Drive, Woodmead, Sandton
Join the director of Boss Flow Media, PH Lepara as he speaks at Startup Grind Phokeng.
Date: 31 January, 6pm to 9pm
Location: Tumagole Primary School, near Phokeng Mall, Phokeng
The Kasi Expo and Summit aims to address the issue of local business meeting international business, with different opportunities and matchmaking of businesses and event visitors opportunities.
Date: 31 January to 2 February 9am to 4.30pm
Location: Meshack Kunene Stadium, 12th Avenue, Alexandra, Johannesburg
StartEgypt – backed by Flat6Labs – is organising its second annual forum to showcase its startups incubated during 2019.
The forum provides a great opportunity to meet, connect and grow the networks with over 1000 including investors, leading business professionals, mentors, corporations, governmental entities and media expected to attend.
Date: 29 January, 10am to 8pm
Location: The Greek Campus, 171 Tahrir street, Ad Dawawin, Abdeen, Cairo
The Lawyers Hub with the support of Omidyar Network will present a one-day training seminar on digital identity and it’s nexus with the recently enacted privacy Laws in Nigeria.
The training in Lagos, Nigeria is a build up to the Africa Law Tech Festival which will be held on 6 to 11 March in Nairobi Kenya.
Date: 30 January 10am to 2pm
Location: NG HUB, 8 Montgomery Road, Lagos,
Now in its second season, this conference aims to help entrepreneurs to execute their vision and business ideas. It will include inspiring talks, panel discussions and networking opportunities.
Date: 1 February, 9am to 4.30pm
Location: Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Doctor Nurudeen Olowopopo Way, Ikeja, Lagos state
Featured image: Attendees at a recent Startup Grind Cape Town event (Startup Grind Cape Town via Facebook)