Thursday, 31 January 2013

Shake up coming as Cape Town businesses ready for transformation

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International management consultancy BMGI is to host an innovation seminar in Cape Town, Thursday 15th February, 2013, at the Pavilion Conference Centre, on the Waterfront.

The seminar, part of the BMGI Solution Series, is aimed at all enterprises – from wine makers, retailers, digital marketers, hoteliers to restaurateurs, financial services’ providers as well as Government and policy makers.

“Businesses today face rule-breaking challenges.  Our innovation seminars are designed to help leaders rethink their businesses and define the opportunities to innovate.  At the end of the day they will come away refreshed and invigorated by possibilities for change and growth,” said seminar presenter Salomon Erasmus, founder of BMGI South Africa.

According to Salomon, most businesses regard innovation as copying and improving on what their competitors are doing. This results only in a bun fight for a bigger or lesser market share.

“Our innovation seminars are intended to bring new perspectives as well as practical tools and techniques that will drive implementable innovations that both increase market share and result in extraordinary profits or reshaped futures,” he said.

The seminar will be held from 8 am to 4 pm and costs R1 250 per delegate. For more information contact Irma Karsten on 012 460 0304 or go to

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BMGI provides people-driven solutions to your most pressing business problems. Whether it’s through your people, our people, or working side-by-side, BMGI offers the wide-range of services you need to succeed. Be it global or local, big or small, strategic or tactical, we help you find unique solutions to your specific problems. Through its 13 offices throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, and Asia, BMGI delivers services in multiple languages and with a mastery of many local cultures.  BMGI’s clients, spread across more than twenty countries, include General Dynamics, TNT Express, Avis Budget Group, Credit Suisse, Hitachi, China Chemical, Graphic Packaging, Siemens, The U.S. Navy, Philips, and many others. For more information, please visit BMGI’s website at  BMGI – Problem Solved!