Developing KwaZulu-Natal Manufacturers: a sustainable and positive impact on provincial manufacturing communities
DEVELOPING KWAZULU-NATAL MANUFACTURERS
The KwaZulu-Natal Manufacturing Indaba has announced its agenda which includes a dynamic offering of engaging sessions covering an extensive range of ground-breaking topics, conveyed through comprehensive panel discussions. The event comprising a conference and an exhibition, is expected to make a long-lasting and positive impact on provincial manufacturing communities by enabling attendees to identify significant participants, speakers, financiers, influencers and leaders, thereby giving them the means to not only survive, but prosper in this highly competitive sector.
In its quest to grow manufacturers within the province, the conference will host informative dialogues led by industry visionaries who will reveal how the government and private sector plan to collaborate to review policies concerning the core training of employees by both up-skilling and re-skilling the Sub-Sahara African workforce to fully capitalise on impending technological innovations. Furthermore, well-versed manufacturers will share their expertise on opportunity development and management of imminent threats facing the province whilst proactively implementing strategies to safeguard its competitive advantage and boost provincial profits through the digitalisation of manufacturing technologies. In addition, demographic restoration of industrial asset ownership, industrial inclusion and racially equitable enterprise control aim to reinstate the scant presence of marginalised communities in KwaZulu-Natal’s manufacturing sector, whilst simultaneously increasing black and female industrialist participation to ensure an equal, competitive and successful industrial climate.