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THINK TANK DIALOGUE | CO-CREATING A NEW REALITY FOR SUPPLY CHAIN IN SOUTH AFRICA

The Da Vinci Institute and The South African Association of Freight Forwarders (SAAFF) are co-hosting a webinar series which commenced on the 14th of June, with the next session on the 21st of June and the last session on the 30th of June 2022, on the topic of “Co-Creating a Sustainable Logistics Network (New Reality for South Africa)”.

The Da Vinci Institute and The South African Association of Freight Forwarders (SAAFF) are co-hosting a webinar series which commenced on the 14th of June, with the next session on the 21st of June and the last session on the 30th of June 2022, on the topic of “Co-Creating a Sustainable Logistics Network (New Reality for South Africa)”.

The first session by Ms Karen Harrison from National Treasure on the topic of “Designing and Engineering the Mechanics of an Impactful and Implementable Private/Public Partnership” concluded on the 14th of June with a presentation that focused on the importance of cities as economic hubs. The discussion was aptly captured by visual artist Lita Curry. One of the key takeaways was the need for the Private and Public sectors to Co-Create a New Reality for South Africa.

 

30th June 2022 17h00 pm to 18h00 pm

Register here to attend: http://ow.ly/pJ1730smQO0

Dr Khalid Bichou

International Consultant, Advisor and Visiting Professor – Imperial College London.

Topic: Integrating International Best Practices into the South African landscape

CALLING BUSINESS LEADERS OF THIS SECTOR TO ACTION
As business leaders and representatives of both public and private sectors, we need to ensure that we design and consequently table implementable policies that result in the development and creation of adequate infrastructure, smart transportation systems and modernised processes across modalities.

The webinar series is the beginning of a movement to reinvent the way we engage and bring people together to come up with solutions, findings will be consolidated and shared. Join this conversation about a topic that is critical for the South African economy.