2010 WORLD CUP: Business Breakfasts Connect Cape With The World
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Connect’d Cape Town is hosting a series of international business breakfasts on key World Cup match days. These breakfasts are the only comprehensive, locally-organised business networking opportunities in Cape Town during this period.
The Connect’d Cape Town International Business Breakfasts provide an ideal platform for local and international business leaders to hear compelling speakers such as Helen Zille, Premier of the Western Cape; Boris Johnson, Mayor of London; and Denis Simonneau, Senior Vice President for International Relations at GDF-Suez and former French diplomat to South Africa from 1993 to 1996. The breakfasts are aimed at connecting local and international business people who are staying in Cape Town during the 2010 FIFA World Cup and providing them with meaningful networking opportunities.
Guy Lundy, CEO of Accelerate Cape Town, the business think tank that initiated Connect’d Cape Town, says the 2010 FIFA World Cup presents a unique opportunity to build international business relationships. “We have selected, as international speakers, a number of global leaders who will share their knowledge and insights about successfully conducting international business. If you could benefit from meeting some key business players, or hope to expand your business, the Connect’d Cape Town International Business Breakfasts present a golden opportunity to engage with the right people at the right time.”
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