WOMEN

Calling women in business

Cerita Nagy of the SA Council for Business Women
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The SA Council for Business Women (SACBW), a non-profit organisation since 1985, represents successful business women nationally. As part of their commitment in the role of uplifting and recognising women for their outstanding accomplishments in business, they want to give these women valued credit at the annual Business Woman of the Year competition.

The council has made a selection of candidates and the first regional judging for the Gauteng region for this prestigious title takes place on 24 July at The Rand Club, Johannesburg at 18h30.

The three categories that avid business women entered for is Entrepreneur, which is for all women in business holding at least 50% ownership. This category include franchise type businesses and any other type of business or organisation where the entrepreneurial skills of the individual are needed to ensure its success and growth. The Professional category, which is for professional women who have their own practice/business or at least a 50% partnership in the practice or business. And lastly is the Corporate category, this includes women in corporate business, government and para-statal, as well as professional women who do not have their own practice/business but form part of a company, corporation or organisation. All women in this category need to have a budget and staff compliment that they are required to manage.

Since its inception the prestigious “SACBW Business Woman of the Year” award has recognised the accomplishments of outstanding women in business in South Africa. The women goes through a judging process with criteria to have been in business for a minimum of 3 years, comply with all legal requirements for running a business and have to be a female.

Guests will be entertained by singer, songwriter and actor, Emmanuel Castis for the night. Nicolette Erasmus, attorney and corporate legal advisor will be the speaker of the evening. Tickets cost R299 per person of R2 800 for a table of 10 for a three course dinner. Cash bar is available as well as secured parking at R10 per car.

To make a booking, please email Joanne Ferreira at Johannesburg.admin@sacbw.org or call her on 079 496 5436.

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