The 3rd annual Vision 2030 Summit will be held from 21-22 June 2017 at the Birchwood Hotel, Gauteng. This will be an opportunity to join South Africa’s leaders in both government and the private sector to take action and drive economic acceleration and transformation to where it should be.
The Vision 2030 Summit – under the endorsement of the National Planning Commission – aims to publicise the activities around the implementation of the National Development Plan (NDP) and to encourage collaboration among all stakeholders, including business, government and civil society by providing an inclusive platform for members of the Presidency, key government dignitaries and private sector leaders to share insights, engage and discuss the vision for the National Development Plan for South Africa.
The purpose of the Summit is to showcase and recognise all the good work that has been done with the implementation of The National Development Plan and the opportunities that arise as a result of the coordinated effort for organisations, society and the country. Vision 2030 aims to bring the best minds and role players together to identify opportunities and see how they can collaborate to deliver the services and products quicker, so that South Africa can become more productive and grow faster.
The challenge of realising the NDP is a collaborative one – and public private partnerships (PPPs) are a prerequisite in order to achieve its successful execution.
“All South Africans have a responsibility to make sure that we implement the recommendations and findings of the NDP. We owe it, not only to ourselves, but also to our children and their children.” – Ryland Fisher, Editorial Director, Vision 2030.
To register for this event visit: http://vision2030.co.za/tickets/ and QUOTE code: GOV01 for your 10% discount. Only available to SA Builder and Government Digest readers.