Doing Business in South Africa
South Africa is open for business
Join us this September for our networking brunch 'Doing Business in South Africa'. During a short presentation Tania Verdonk, the regional lead for the South African Chamber of Commerce in the East of England, will talk about her role and opportunities for doing trade between South Africa and the UK, especially in view of Brexit. The presentation will start with Theresa May dancing in Cape Town, a new President, connecting South Africa and the United Kingdom and maybe even some rugby world cup banter.
Tania Verdonk, Chapter Lead, South African Chamber of Commerce in the East of England
This event is an excellent opportunity to help grow your business into new international markets, build business contacts and hear the latest from the South African Chamber of Commerce in the East of England.
The B word: At the event you will also have the opportunity to meet our Brexit Business Advisers: Koyas Miah and Michael Chapman, they have recently joined the team to help businesses in the county prepare for Brexit and answer any questions you may have.
About the South African Chamber of Commerce: The South African Chamber of Commerce is an umbrella organisation and conduit for trade, community and investment into and out of South Africa. The SACC aims to bring under one concerted effort, a forum and meeting point for businesses who have an interest in both the UK and South Africa in an attempt to facilitate the development of business opportunities.
About Tania Verdonk: Prior to joining Spirus in 2013, Tania managed her own successful B2B telemarketing agency for more than ten years. She is used to getting results and delivers high success rates on her campaigns. Tania's expertise encompasses all areas of marketing, communication and PR. She enjoys learning every aspect of a new client's business in order to best represent them, and always ensures her approach is well-researched, informed and above all engaging.
Tania is passionate about people. She loves introducing companies (and people) to one another when she spots a mutual benefit. She gets a real buzz from creating new business relationships. She is an avid networker and belongs to the Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce, Cambridge Network, South African Chamber of Commerce and serves on the Cambridge 100 club committee.
Originally from South Africa, she now lives near Cambridge with her Dutch husband, two multi-lingual children, an elderly cat named Nelson and Desmond a Cairn terrier. Tania still has strong links with South Africa and has been back to the rainbow nation at least once a year for the last 18 years.
Tea & Coffee
Breakfast Rolls - soft white baps with a selection of fillings:
Bacon, Sausage or Fried Egg
Selection of pastries
For more information about this event please contact:
Kayleigh Drake, Senior Events Coordinator