Re-Boot Webinar Video Recording

Re-Boot Webinar Video Recording

A big thank you to our speakers, Anthony Morris, Dr. Graeme Codrington and Trevor Strydom for the insightful webinar.

If you were unable to join us, or would like to rewatch the webinar we have made it available for you below.

Re-Boot Webinar

Re-Boot Webinar

Join your fellow SAACI members for an explosive, instant-impact ONLINE meeting and walk away with a fistful of the very best inspiring insights & ideas to re-invent your business overnight to move from survive to thrive in the new global economy.

In Chinese, the symbol for “danger” also means “opportunity”

To add value to your business, your SAACI present 3 powerful thought-leaders to guide your thinking and focus. As a family, we are all battling to navigate stormy seas of change – facing Tsunami waves of disruption.

 Think of this webinar as your lifeboat.

 

Wednesday 29 April at 10:00

  1. 3 back-to-back sessions pumped out with passion, polish and punching impact
  2. Be riveted to your seat as the panel unlock relevant, practical tactics to re-position your business overnight
  3. Zero empty motivational fluff- no “starfish stories” or tired case studies of Uber/Airbnb
  4. Advice and tactics that can be deployed immediately to right-size your business and restore revenue momentum
  5. Unleash the wisdom and experience of 80+ years work with over 400 brands and total audiences exceeding 2 million people globally- delivered to you in the comfort of your home

Anthony Morris

Anthony has worked with the likes of Coca Cola, HSBC, Citibank and Mercedes Benz in challenging their positioning and unpacking innovative strategies to unleash breakthrough performance and brand momentum.

His passionate speaking style is best described as a potent blend of stand-up comedy, attack therapy and instant-impact advice.

Recently returned from spending 12 years on keynote platforms in North America – where he was rated in 2016 as the #1 Life Insurance industry speaker in the USA by GAMA , their national leadership association .

Dr Graeme Codrington

Expert on Future of Work and the disruptive forces shaping organisations and their leaders.

Graeme is an internationally recognized futurist, specializing in the future of work. He helps Organisations understand the forces that will shape our lives in the next ten years, and how we can respond in order to confidently stay ahead of change.

For the past two decades, Graeme has worked with some of the world’s most recognized brands, travelling to 80 countries in total, and speaking to around 100,000 people every year. He is the author of 5 best-selling books, and on the faculty of 5 top global business schools.

Trevor Strydom

Expert on Future of Work and the disruptive forces shaping organisations and their leaders.

Innovation is difficult when you are stuck in a groove. You require brave men to take the first step and Trevor Strydom, the owner of Audacia, a boutique winery in Stellenbosch, is just such a man. Spitting in the eye of traditional wine making process that’s been passed down through our colonial heritage, Trevor and his team replaced oak staves (added to wine for flavoring) with locally sourced rooibos, creating a completely unique and proudly South African product.

 Trevor spend 15 years as an Executive in the First Rand Group and then left the corporate world in 1998 to follow his dream of having a wine farm in Stellenbosch. In his disruptive session he will carve out a new direction for your business and empower you to take action in making it happen. He is currently MD of Audacia wine farm and the pioneer behind Red Dawn (IP) Holding.

Member communication

Member communication

SAACI Member Communication

Let’s show solidarity

 

 

We are acutely aware that many of our members, individuals, and stakeholders alike, are facing significant challenges in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak. The continued lockdown has all but halted many of our personal and professional lives.

The economic impacts are also significant, and many companies are feeling their way towards understanding, reacting to, and learning lessons from rapidly unfolding events. Unanticipated twists and turns will be revealed with each new cycle, and we will only have a complete picture in retrospect.

 

As the situation develops, please be reassured that our primary concern is the health of our members, your staff, stakeholders and all our families. Our thoughts are with all frontline workers, their families and those affected by COVID-19. In addition, we have been working tirelessly in ensuring we are offering information and clarity in these uncertain times.

 

Given the turbulent times we are all facing, it has become ever more important for SAACI to continue to represent its members on many matters affecting them. Together, we represent a significant voice and as a group we make a positive difference. Over the last few weeks, we have been working with many different government departments and industry bodies to find resolve on a number of issues affecting our industry. We have been engaging with the Tourism Business Council of South Africa, the Department of Tourism (the Minister’s office and the Director General), South African Tourism and the South Africa National Convention Bureau on the issues affecting our industry.

 

We are endeavouring to continue serving you, our members, in the following ways:

  • Weekly board meetings focus on the actions necessary to ensure the financial and operational strength of SAACI in the future.
  • We continue working with Government to try and find solutions during this difficult period. These solutions are focused on how members and the business events industry is more clearly assisted with the funding mechanisms that were announced recently.
  • We continue to coordinate an events and exhibition association working group of all industry associations, to discuss and keep our collaborative efforts for members and the industry as a whole co-ordinated, with a view to providing holistic approaches towards industry and stakeholders.

 

Please diarise the following upcoming events:

  • The SACIA webinar on Event Safety Protocols Post COVID-19 – Thursday, 23 April 2020 at 14:00
  • SAACI webinar provisionally scheduled for Wednesday, 29 April 2020 featuring:
    • Anthony Morris talking on “Does your present have a future”,
    • Graeme Codrington talking on “Tomorrow’s World Today”,
    • Trevor Strydom talking on “No easy way out”.
  • The SAACI Western Cape webinar “A conversation on the ground, impact on business events” – Thursday, 30 April 2020 at 11:00
  • The SAACI branch AGM’s are scheduled for the week commencing 25 May 2020. More detail will follow in the coming weeks.
  • The association will launch a virtual event scheduled for early June 2020. SAACI will make an announcement soon regarding the format of the event.

 

Our strongest assets are our flexibility and resilience as an industry. These will be tested to the fullest in the coming weeks and months, as will be our professionalism and motivation. This health crisis impacts each one of us, as do the measures to combat it. SAACI will do its utmost to support each one of you in maintaining the necessary focus.

 

We can and we will get through this.  With communication, cooperation, and collaboration we have always helped each other in the best of times and the worst of times.

 

Let us continue to work together to help each other as our founding association envisioned.

 

Please follow the daily updates on our social media platforms and website, and do not hesitate to be get in touch with your branch committee or directly with us via the following contact addresses: askus@saaci.org and share@saaci.org

 

Together we will weather the storm.

 

 

Kim Roberts                                                      Glenton de Kock

National Chairperson: SAACI                          Chief Executive Officer: SAACI