SANEC would like to invite you to meet our incoming Dutch trade delegation around the Africa Ports & Harbours Show 2013.» More information
On the ‘Road To Excellence’ with Minister Winde
During his visit to the Netherlands, Minister Alan Winde accompanied SANEC at the CFO Day 2013, ‘The Road To Excellence’ on 5 June. During this event, SANEC hosted a Roundtable with the Minister in one of the meeting rooms of the Kurhaus.» More information
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Seasons are changing, but business goes on asual. We also changed the way we would like to interact with you. We have successfully launched our Facebook-page and have welcomed over 1.000 digital relations in less than one month! In case you haven’t liked us yet, we invite you to do so and we provide a dynamic mix of interesting information!
The second Members in Business Cocktail of 2013 was hosted at the modern headquarters of SANEC board member KPMG. Prominent guest at this cocktail was Minister Alan Winde, Minister Minister of Economic Development, Finance and Tourism of the Western Cape.» More information
New Managing Director VOPAK
Our Board member Marcel van de Kar, Managing Director of Vopak Terminal Durban (Pty) Ltd, will be replaced by Erik Kleine. We wish Marcel all the best with his new position as Global Account Director at the Global Office Rotterdam VOPAK. We are looking forward to a fruitful cooperation with Erik Kleine.» More information
Africa’s rise is real!
According to the Africa Attractiveness Survey of SANEC board member Ernst & Young, there is good reason to pause and celebrate the progress that Africa has made: “Despite the impact of the ongoing global economic situation, the size of the African economy has more than tripled since 2000 and many parts of the region forecast to continue experiencing relatively high growth rates.”» More information
The Netherlands – Tanzania Investment Forum
As a follow up of the visit of The Tanzania Private Sector Foundation of the United Republic of Tanzania (TPSF) to the Netherlands, the TPSF and SANEC have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to promote the development of bilateral business relations between Tanzania and the Netherlands. Incentive behind this MoU is the mutually accepted need to strengthen bilateral business and trade relations between the business communities of Tanzania and the Netherlands.» More information
Knowledge about business opportunities in development countries is made available via one central portal: “De Bedrijvenportal”. This portal includes hands on information as well as information about NGO’s that are potential partners for organisations.» More information
South Africa: the Investor’s Handbook
SANEC members that are exploring the investment opportunities in South Africa should first invest in the new South Africa edition of the Investor’s Handbook. This guideline is the result of a fruitful cooperation between the Department of Trade and Industry (the DTI) and Deloitte.» More information
The South African Council for Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) will visit the Netherlands from 15 – 17 May 2013. The Council is a global nonprofit organization that helps organizations to improve t heir supply chain processes.» More information
10 questions for Mark Agterdenbosch
As SANEC has been facilitating business between the Netherlands and southern Africa for over 20 years, it can be seen as an expert in this field of business. SANEC Boardmember Ernst&Young asked Mark Agterdenbosch (General Manager of SANEC The Hague) 10 questions about doing business in South Africa.» More information
Board member Sasol may be interested in buying into the gas blocks offered for sale in Mozambique's lucrative Rovuma basin if the deals are ‘appropriate’, its chief executive said on Monday.» More information
50 years of business in South Africa
SANEC would like to congratulate its member DB Schenker with 50 years of successful growth in South Africa. The journey of DB Schenker began in Johannesburg on October 11, 1962. Today, the company has grown from a small office for air and ocean freight to one of the country’s leading providers of logistics.» More information
Cape Town 27 February 2013 – Food Security is of great essence in current times where food sources are not equally divided. During a SANEC business breakfast in Cape Town on 27 February, the Netherlands Agro, Food & Technology (NAFTC) Southern Africa centre is launched to safeguard food security. The centre for Southern Africa will be based in Cape Town and will serve as a hub to the continent. NAFTC is a private business platform, which has booked great results in a similar way in China, India and Israel.» More information
2SCALE connects Dutch businesses to screened African entrepreneurs and delivers business support on the ground.» More information