The Manufacturing Indaba is hosting an Energy Solutions Pavilion providing companies who have an energy solution that can save energy costs as well as support manufacturers, an opportunity to showcase their products to the manufacturing industry.
A progressive outlook must be developed and adopted for the future of the continent that lays focus on the industrial development of the continent, because Africa is the leader of the future.
As the world continues to shift, subsequently affecting all aspects of industry as we know it, Africa’s manufacturing sector has proven resilient.
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Statistics South Africa released a surprising picture of accelerated growth in South Africa’s manufacturing sector. Interviewees discuss whether investors and manufacturing stakeholders across Africa expect more from this glimmer of hope with this year’s Manufacturing Indaba approaching.
Only those manufacturers who embrace the prevalent ‘Amazon Effect’ will be able to keep abreast of and outpace local and global competitors.
The upcoming Manufacturing Indaba offers solar rooftop entities a unique opportunity to exhibit solar solutions to attending manufacturers in a bid to forge indispensable networks
The Manufacturing Indaba is launching an Energy Solutions Pavilion providing companies who have an energy solution that can support manufacturers, an opportunity to showcase their products to the manufacturing industry.
High profile delegates from across Africa will assemble at the 2 day conference to debate how Africa can embrace the multitude of opportunities that stand before African manufacturers. Attend the event to learn more.
The manufacturing sector plays a monumental role in wealth creation, poverty alleviation, improvement of the value chains and income generation. Policymakers concur that coherent industrial financing and incentives policies are not only crucial to building a strong investment climate, but to promoting regional trade and integration.
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Up until recently, African manufacturing has steadily progressed, but the continent is an awakening giant that is set to disrupt its competitive rankings within the global sector.
Manufacturing Indaba is launching an exclusive Hosted Buyer Campaign to attract Buyers to attend and purchase your products and / or services at the exhibition.
Governmental bodies and manufacturing stakeholders need to invest in Generation Z industrialists who are ultimately set to lead the continent’s manufacturing sector.
International speaker Gaeten Siew, Chairperson of The Port Louis Development Initiative, will be attending and speaking at the Manufacturing Indaba Conference. He will deliver an international address titled ‘The Future of African Cities: Unlocking trade and connections’. The event is taking place on 25-26 June 2019 at the Sandton Convention Centre.
Manufacturing Indaba is the leading manufacturing event in Sub-Saharan Africa, with events in Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape, Western Cape, and East Africa. Manufacturing Indaba is a major networking platform for decision makers and professionals within the manufacturing sector.
We are pleased to invite your company to participate in the Manufacturing Indaba Exhibition on 25-26 June 2019 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg. This premier event brings together over 1500 manufacturing industry professionals and 2500 exhibition visitors. The Business Matchmaking programme is set to host approximately 900 business meetings.
On 26 June 2019, Manufacturing partners from across the region are coming together at the Small Business Indaba to produce the ultimate experience for small business professionals and entrepreneurs.
The SAIMC and the Manufacturing Indaba invite all companies aligned to automation to join the Automation Pavilion at the Manufacturing Indaba.
African governments acknowledge the manufacturing space as a key accelerator for the continent’s robust and inclusive growth. Manufacturing plays a prominent role in Africa’s economic development made evident by how industrial growth positively affects the overall GDP and productivity of the nation. Manufacturing activities promote development in that they boost the value generated in an…