Support these two dynamic young business men from New Trends and Outlooks
March 19, 2010 § Leave a comment
I would like to introduce you guys to two dynamic young men,Jason and Kyle. I am not going to say much about them as you can read more about them in the right up. I would just like to say that they encourage me so much,knowing from what background they come. You guys make me proud. But enough from me.Read more about them and please support them.
New trends & outlooks started with two youngsters from Bridgetown Athlone .Kyle Jonck (20yr )and Jason Martin(19yr) ex-drug addict met at the Impact centre ,they decided to start a business conference. New trends & outlooks endeavors to have business conference’s, where information could be exchanged, relationships built and doors with opportunity opened .The business conference also aims to serve as means for networking among leaders and entrepreneur’s. New trends would like businesses to think innovatively and to do things that are out of the box.
We would like to send you this special invite to attend our business conference.
Business 2020 Conference (half day breakfast.)
Business, Innovation & Mobile Trends
|Type:||Meetings – Convention|
|Date:||Wednesday, March 31, 2010|
|Time:||9:00am – 12:10pm|
|Location:||Granger Bay Restaurant|
Business Conference 2020 for Business leaders, Entrepreneurs and upcoming business men and women 31st of March breakfast will be served at the Granger Bay hotel. Ticket price: R250
We’ll be hosting
Marlon Parker, Dave Duarte, as well as a representative from Rlabs and more. . .
Marlon Parker is a Social Entrepreneur, Web and mobile enthusiast, who use technology to empower communities, Educator. For more http://marlonparker.co.za/?page_id=2
Dave Duarte is an internet and mobile media educator and entrepreneur. He holds several senior positions in the academic, commercial, and non-profit sectors. He is Managing Director at Huddlemind. The company consults to numerous multinational corporations… for more http://daveduarte.co.za/about/
The Reconstructed Living Lab – is one of ten in South Africa, and the first one in the Western Cape. The project has grown out of collaboration between Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT), a community organisation Impact Direct Ministries (IDM), and the Bridgetown Civic Organisation. It has features that are unique in living labs as it is community led and is based in a social deprived area in Cape Town…for more http://www.rlabs.org/about/