SABI Magazine: Issue 6 - September 2017 - February 2018

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Inspiring change with 67 days of training

Inspiring change with 67 days of training

5 September 2017 • Tourism
Using Mandela Day as an opportunity to inspire change, the Pepperclub Hotel & Spa in Cape Town tailor-made three long-term employment opportunities for unskilled personnel at the hotel. In July, the five-star luxury hotel, situated in...
Growing loyalty and revenue for Cape tourism

Growing loyalty and revenue for Cape tourism

5 September 2017 • Tourism
Being held at Spier in Stellenbosch on September 20, The Business of Food and Wine Tourism Conference focuses on best practice and how to improve customer experience. An important feature of the forum is the...
Integrated, sustainable human settlement developments

Integrated, sustainable human settlement developments

5 September 2017 • Advertorial
The Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) is both partner and custodian of integrated, sustainable mega human settlement developments in the Gauteng City Region. Our role is to bridge the gap between government and the private sector in...
Improving growth in uncertain times

Improving growth in uncertain times

5 September 2017 • Supply Chain
Uncertainty and growth ambitions are a constant focus in many organisations. As a result, reducing costs is the number one priority for 79% of procurement leaders. However, challenges with talent and poor adoption of digital...
Supplying scarce skills and creating jobs

Supplying scarce skills and creating jobs

5 September 2017 • Advertorial
Tshwane South TVET College aims to contribute to South Africa’s economic growth initiatives by equipping the country’s youth with scarce skills and by creating job opportunities. Tshwane South TVET College (TSC) is a public technical and...
Workplace learning: the key to SA’s progress

Workplace learning: the key to SA’s progress

5 September 2017 • Skills Development & Training
Learnerships produce competent and efficient employees. More South African employers should encourage workplace learning to boost the level of skills in the organisation. While workplace learning should be fast-tracked to up-skill and develop staff to ensure...
Three steps towards customer experience enhancements

Three steps towards customer experience enhancements

5 September 2017 • Science & Technology
Data acquired in a contact centre environment can provide the insights you need to discover your customers’ preferences. This can then be used to drive a more personalised and positive experience for these customers. Improved Customer...
How can FDT help you?

How can FDT help you?

5 September 2017 • Advertorial
The Fleet Data Technologies (FDT) Group’s solutions support the key requirements of fleet and asset managers who need to track performance and utilisation, reduce operating costs, and ensure safe operating practices. The FDT Group’s end-to-end fleet...
Next generation liability risks

Next generation liability risks

5 September 2017 • Risk Management & Consulting
Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty SE (AGCS) is working with Praedicat to better predict the key catastrophe liability risks of the future. By combining Praedicat’s forward-looking predictive modelling approach with AGCS’ underwriting processes and extensive liability...
South African shoppers influenced by clicks and  bricks

South African shoppers influenced by clicks and bricks

5 September 2017 • Retail
New research by Nielsen reveals that thinking in terms of bricks versus clicks is outdated and that bricks-and-clicks is the current and future retail reality, especially in emerging markets including South Africa. Nielsen’s new global research,...
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