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Macro Conference 2020

In its third year, the Macro Conference continues to challenge our perspectives on the future and its possibilities. Delivered by top local and international industry experts, its objective is to provide us with a deeper understanding on what an ever-evolving world will mean for industries and businesses in years to come.

This instalment covers topics under the themes of:

  • Globalisation and intra-Africa integration
  • The entrepreneurial state
  • Network infrastructure in Africa

The conference serves as a platform for us to lead with our exceptional business expertise and thought leadership to ensure that our clients are well equipped to define their future

Take advantage of some of the top economic and strategic research minds in South Africa and get a comprehensive overview of the investible markets of 20 countries across the continent

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