In association with Sunday Times Top 100 Companies, MMI Holdings and the Institute of Directors, The Directors Event is South Africa’s biggest board meeting. For the fourth year, SA leaders from all spheres will tackle the country’s most pressing issues through hard-hitting roundtable discussions moderated by leading media personalities. With an audience of over 250 influential SA business leaders, the objective of the event is to harness the collective intellectual energy to ensure South Africa’s future financial wellness.
The inaugural ABSA Business Day Supplier Development Awards are designed to shine a light on what is working in the space, celebrate successes and encourage best practice. An initiative of Business Day, in partnership with Fetola, Cold Press Media and Tiso Blackstar Events, the Awards provide high-profile, national exposure and recognition to the finalists, as well as ongoing networking opportunities for businesses wanting to make connections with, and learn from, key stakeholders in Supplier Development.
An exclusive panel discussion hosted by a media personality for 40 specially invited guests and Financial Mail readers. The events are held in a relaxed environment that encourages engagement and conversation over cocktail snacks and drinks. The objective is to add value whilst providing a thought leadership opportunity for the sponsoring partner.
Business Day Breakfast Dialogues incorporate a keynote address and an expert panel discussion on a topic (to be agreed in consultation with the sponsoring partner and the Editor). With 100 Business Day readers and industry captains present, this bespoke opportunity provides partners with an excellent thought leadership platform.
In association with the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies Awards and the Institute of Directors, Leaders on the Move is a novel concept that takes a group of tomorrow’s business leaders to meet South Africa’s top business executives face-to-face in a unique mentorship programme. Facilitated by a leading business commentator, the group travels via luxury coach around Johannesburg, meeting carefully selected business leaders, who impart knowledge that can’t be taught at a business school.