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Western Cape Business 2017 edition

  • Text
  • Agriculture
  • Maritime
  • Development
  • Gan
  • Network
  • Cape
  • Africa
  • Government
  • Business
  • Economy
  • Investment
  • Business
  • African
  • Sector
  • Banking
  • Provincial
  • Economic
  • Municipality
The 2017 edition of Western Cape Business is the 10th issue of this highly successful publication that, since its launch in 2005, has established itself as the premier business and investment guide to the Western Cape province. The Western Cape has numerous promising investment and business opportunities and this issue includes contributions from Alan Winde (Minister of Economic Opportunities for the Western Cape Government), interviews with Ryan Ravens (CEO of Accelerate Cape Town), Arifa Parkar (Western Cape Business Opportunities Forum CEO), Wesgro CEO Tim Harris and Lance Greyling (Invest Cape Town) as well as contributions from various business leaders. In addition, you will also find comprehensive features on all the key sectors in the Western Cape.

Down-town boom town,

Down-town boom town, Cape Town A number of high-visibility construction projects are under development in the Cape Town CBD and surrounds. Thousands of people happily meandering through the streets of the inner-city till late at night – that’s down-town Cape Town on the first Thursday of every month. Started in 2012 as a way of attracting people to art galleries and museums, the event has morphed into an urban festival of fun, film, fashion, food and performance art. It’s also a good measure of a city economy on the up.

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