Hybrid EASTERN CAPE EXPORT SYMPOSIUM AND EXHIBITION
24 & 25 March 2021
Reset Eastern Cape Export to Improve Economic Resilience
Rebuild Export Capacity Post Pandemic
The Eastern Cape Development Corporation’s authentic commitment to reinitialize and boosting the province’s economic adaptability brings together once again delegates, exhibitors, exporters, bankers and shipping agents under one roof.
The hybrid event will cater for both physical and virtual conference and B2B meetings. Through setup Hubs and its Social Media Platforms, the event will be LIVE streamed across South Africa and beyond.
Its goal is to familiarise the Eastern Cape with the changes in the global developments like Brexit and AfCFTA and go a step further to prepare them with the right tools and equipment they need to practically show that in change lies opportunities.
Running under the theme, ‘Reset Eastern Cape export and improve the economic resilience’ the third annual event is set to roll out an Eastern Cape Economic Recovery plan. The plan will deal with assisting companies to rebuild export capacity post pandemic, opportunities to tighten regional integration in ways that better leverage local resources in a global setup and how to identify realistic export opportunities.
The Exhibition makes provision for 30 stalls of 3mx3m
To profile your company and its services/products please register online
For more information please contact:
Cell: 082 770 3082
Cell: 043 111 0097
The Third Annual Eastern Cape Export Symposium & Exhibition is devoted to availing the Eastern Cape Economic Recovery Plan.
Unpacking global trends and developments (Brexit, AfCFTA) as well as disruptions (Covid-19) and how they impact South Africa and the Eastern Cape specifically.
Shed light on how the Eastern Cape can take advantage of the technological changes linked to the 4th and 5th industry to export.
Equipping Eastern Cape Businesses with the right knowledge and tools they need to soar and thrive in the export industry.
To assist companies in rebuilding export capacity post pandemic.