Millennials – Managing Mobile Millennial Workplaces

March 16, 2017
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Technology is evolving rapidly, disrupting industries and introducing new ways of working. It is impacting on business models, revolutionising business processes, and allowing businesses to make informed decisions by tracking and responding to real-time data. Employees now use multiple devices and access corporate information from remote locations, causing concerns about cybersecurity. A new breed of.. read more →

Leadership Spotlight – Professor Mills Soko, Director of UCT GSB

March 16, 2017
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Tell us about your company and your role? I am Director of the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB). My role is to lead the business school, drive its vision and strategy, maintain its financial viability, engage with key external stakeholders and work closely with the senior leadership group to promote the.. read more →

Message from the CEO

March 16, 2017
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It has been an incredibly interesting first quarter and I trust this finds you well and in good spirits! Statistics emerging from Davos earlier this year painted a bleak picture of rapidly increasing inequality, and triggered interesting debate between redistribution and pro-growth perspectives. Ideology aside, with 20% of South African households (16.2m people) surviving on.. read more →

KFM – Corporate Cape Town Launches Carpooling Pilot

February 27, 2017
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In a recent interview on KFM, our CEO, Ryan Ravens, emphasised the importance of behavioural change and said that increasing congestion could dampen the growth of our city region and we need to embrace solutions that include the use of emerging technology. As part of our Transport Programme, Accelerate Cape Town, together with our members from Allan.. read more →

Wealth tax pointless if wasteful expenditure continues

February 18, 2017
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The general consensus with respect to Minister Pravin Gordhan’s budget is that it is well balanced, professional and the best that could be done under extremely challenging circumstances. Whilst all of this is true, it remains hard not to be somewhat disappointed with the national economic trajectory. With the creation of a new marginal tax.. read more →