Cape lighting company competes with China and helps decrease local business costs
Cape-based LED Lighting SA, in partnership with ESCO Enersense, has developed a strategy to deliver substantial electricity savings for commercial businesses – and competes successfully with Chinese manufacturers while doing so.Read More
Cape Chamber of Commerce announces Exporter of the Year finalists
The judges in the annual ABSA/Cape Chamber of Commerce Exporter of the year competition have selected nine finalists who will fight it out for the honours in the 21st year of the competition.Read More
E-Tourism Africa Summit - Social media now playing a bigger role in tourism
The fourth annual E-Tourism Africa Summit, sponsored by South Africa Tourism and Cape Town Tourism, was a resounding success. About 300 people attended the summit at Cape Town International Convention Centre on September 15 and 16, where a significant online buzz was created, with more than 20 pages of tweets and the summit becoming a trending topic for South Africa on Twitter.Read More
The Fringe: Facilitating the growth of the design economy
Cape Town’s creative industry is consolidating in the city and it’s crucially important to strengthen it, say city and provincial interest groups.
Located in a key area of the central city, connected to education centres, transport facilities and criss-crossed by a network of fibre cables, an area called The Fringe was demarcated with the primary aim of stimulating economic growth and creating jobs.
The Cape Town Partnership's Central City Partners Forum met on Wednesday to discuss the project and to update stakeholders on the thinking around the area.Read More