Most Promising Companies in South Africa
The Effectiveness Company ™ has been chosen AGAIN as one of the Most Promising Companies in South Africa for 2004/5! Unfortunately the article is still embargoed until the launch of the publication on the 23rd of November 2004, but we’ll send it out to you soon thereafter.
To add to the good news, our CEO Suzanne was profiled in the CEO magazine and this was celebrated at a CEO breakfast launch earlier last week.
ALSO – Suzanne has been nominated as a finalist in the African Investment Awards.
In association with Africa investor, the African Business Congress will be hosting the Ai Investment Awards Ceremony in recognition of achievements of the private sector, governments, NGO’s and multilateral agencies working to improve Africa’s investment environment. The final awards will be presented at a black-tie awards ceremony held during the 2004 African Business Congress on 19th November 2004 in Dakar, Senegal.
Africa investor is a highly credible journal of which the editorial scope encompasses: news, interviews with key figures, a regular country focus, features on investment destinations and sector analysis. In addition, Africa investor is distributed in-flight and at key African investment conferences and exhibitions. Recent contributors to Africa investor have included Sir Richard Branson, Ambassador Ibrahim Gambari (advisor to Kofi Annan), William Kalema (Commissioner for the UK Commission for Africa), Sir Mark Moody-Stuart (Chairman of Anglo American), Paul Walsh (CEO of Diageo), President Mwai Kibaki of Kenya and Alhaji Bamanga Tukur (Chairman of Nepad Business Group).
To be recognized by an institution of this stature is no mean feat and is a fantastic accolade for The Effectiveness Company ™, nominations of which are dealt with by the UK.