Empowering the Future: Celebrating Black Industrialists and Exporters Excellence

Johannesburg, 28 February 2024-The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic) is calling for entries for the prestigious Black Industrialists and Exporters Awards, set to culminate in a grand ceremony at the Sandton International Convention Centre on March 20, 2024. Partnering with key entities such as the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC), National Empowerment Fund (NEF), and Export Credit Insurance Corporation (ECIC), the dtic aims to honor and celebrate the remarkable achievements of Black Industrialists and Exporters.

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The upcoming conference, scheduled to span a day, promises to be a vibrant hub of knowledge exchange, showcasing the significant strides made by the Black Industrialists Programme since its inception in 2015. Participants will engage in discussions on the program’s successes, as well as the challenges and opportunities it presents. Moreover, the awards seek to recognize outstanding business endeavors that champion innovation, job creation, and ethical business practices.

Enterprises owned by Black Industrialists, who have received approval and support from government financial schemes within the past 18 months, are encouraged to vie for recognition in various categories, including Young Industrialist, Exporter, Woman Industrialist, Job Creation, and Best Innovator awards. Entry forms can be obtained from www.blackindustrialistawards.co.za and must be submitted by March 10, 2024.

Anticipated to draw over 1,500 delegates, comprising Black-owned firms, esteemed panelists, speakers, exhibitors, and government officials, the conference promises to be a pivotal event in the economic landscape. A highlight of the proceedings will be the exhibition, featuring proudly South African products manufactured by Black Industrialists, showcasing the nation’s diverse entrepreneurial talent.

At its core, the Black Industrialists Programme seeks to bolster the involvement of Black South Africans in the ownership and management of productive enterprises across critical sectors and value chains. By empowering Black Industrialists, the program not only fosters economic inclusivity but also fuels innovation and drives job creation, thus propelling the nation towards sustainable economic growth and prosperity.

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