The 2020 built sector is significantly different when compared to only a decade in the past. Traditional methods have been improved using innovative practices, while others have been scrapped completely in support of more efficient approaches.
Such a movement calls for learning and development to accommodate sector disruptions – the very reason the African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo ensures forward-looking content to all those in the built environment. The Stakeholder Engagement Forum will this year allow industry leaders to give insight into best practice for job creation in a changing industry. Furthermore, we look at how best to support entrepreneurs and SMEs in the 4IR era. The National Federation for Building Industry (NAFBI) will participate and help lead the Stakeholder Engagement Forum for 2020.
Attendees will be taken on a deep dive into how today’s technology is transforming the continent’s oldest industry.
THURSDAY, 17 SEPTEMBER
Chairman’s opening remarks
Aubrey Tshalata, President, NAFBI
Hon Patricia De Lille, Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure, Department of Public Works and Infrastructure*
Best practice for job creation in a changing industry
How do we best supporting entrepreneurs and SMEs in the 4IR era?
Closing | Visit the exhibition
General Manager, CMA
Marketing and Communications Manager, FEMA
Managing Director, AOS Consulting
Marketing Manager, SANIKA