Few sought-after spaces left for Get Smart event registrations


All the spaces for the Get Smart summit on 21 February are almost gone. Register now!

On 21 February, CFO South Africa will be hosting the first CFO Summit of its calendar of events in Johannesburg.

Finance and HR executives have been flocking to sign up for an afternoon of riveting and thought-provoking insights about what it means to think BIG about how collaborative their teams are and there are only a few spaces still remaining.

CFOs will be asked how they stay relevant and adapt to change, new information and knowledge at the Get Smart event. “How do you Get Smart?” This is the fundamental business question of 2019 and your approach will be the difference between success and failure. 

Read more: CFOs looking forward to learning, sharing and being inspired at Get Smart summit

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The Get Smart event will kick off with the OMG CEO Mqondisi Gumede’s famous “Thinking BIG can take you places” speech. He will also be sharing key insights on collaborative thinking.

EOH Group financial director Megan Pydigadu, who will host the first breakaway session for the day, has already provided some insight on how you can build a better business through collaboration.

Read more: Megan Pydigadu to reveal how you can build a better business through collaboration

The second breakaway will be hosted by Peregrine Holdings CEO Rob Katz, who will be speaking about how: “In this day and age, if you are not working in a team... you are dead."

Read more: Rob Katz: If you're not working in a team, you're dead!

TransUnion CEO Lee Naik will host the third breakaway session of the day, followed by concluding remarks with Jon Foster-Pedley, the dean of Henley Business School and an evening of open networking and drinks. 

John Deane, CFO community manager, is looking forward to welcoming CFOs and sharing the summit content with them: 

“We’ve been interacting with CFOs to find out exactly what big challenges they’ll be facing and questions they’ll be asking in 2019, and this summit has been designed to help them find the answers and share their experiences with and learn from others in the same roles. We’re delighted at the opportunity to host these top executives for an evening of networking, making connections and getting smart!” 

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