By 9 February 2017 | Categories: Misc



If you are serious about starting or building a business, then you need to be at this year’s NSBC Summit. Kicking off in six days, Africa’s largest event is aimed at anyone serious about starting or growing a business.  In its 9th year, The NSBC Summit, taking place, next week on 15 and 16 February, is intended to inspire and assist aspiring entrepreneurs or those already in business to grow and prosper.

The two-day line-up covers a myriad of vital business topics. Mike Anderson, founder and CEO of the NSBC will provide a keynote address entitled ‘How to start a business with what you have.’ Believing that starting a business can be a daunting prospect, Anderson says he hopes to provide valuable tips and tricks: “There are ways that you can minimise the risk and successfully launch your very own small business.  I am hoping that my keynote will not only provide key points to survive as a small business, but will also inspire and motivate more people to kick start that business idea now.”

The Summit will also include a keynote by NSBC’s Head of Creative and Social Media, Leanne Rhodes, who will outline how delegates can fast track their business with social media.

“It is important that the NSBC Summit keeps its members and summit delegates abreast of all the latest trends, ideas, opportunities and approaches. We are extremely proud of the line-up this year and look forward to sharing valuable knowledge and expertise over the two-days,” says Anderson.

The event is host to the highly successful My Business Expo, Business Start-Up Expo, Access to Finance Indaba, The Franchise Show and Trading Across Borders. With more than 300 exhibitors, seminars and sessions, it’s the most successful show of its kind in Africa. This is where business get personal with top of the line speakers, business experts, incredible interactive exhibits, world class networking, in-depth education, and off-the-chart experiences.

To take a sneak preview at the TWO DAY programme (including the time for each session) see the NSBC Summit website:



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