Always wanted to ask Nicky Newton-King, CEO of the JSE, a question? In search of a unique, inspirational chat by an international 'lifehacker'? Keen to brush up on the latest technological innovations and inventions that CFOs should know about?
If you have answered YES to any of those questions, our first events of 2015 in Johannesburg (17 February) and Cape Town (19 February) are not to be missed. Check out the programs by clicking on the city of choice and register now!
Do you have a burning question for JSE CEO Nicky Newton-King? Email it to [email protected] now!
Themed 'Get smart in 2015', the February events will be brimming with energy, insight and optimism. We will discuss the new economy, value creation, complementary economics, networking, ideas to make the world a better place and we share smart ideas to improve your business. Both events will be kicked off by key note speaker Martijn Aslander, a lifehacker from The Netherlands. Last week I asked him 5 questions about himself and he revealed he aims to "confuse people, make them think and make them laugh".
Martijn's inspirational chat will be followed by a round table of top CFOs and a master class by Frank Rizzo, Technology sector leader at our principal sponsor KPMG. He'll discuss the latest and greatest in tech land and will be asking tough questions from his CFO audience - a crucial chat to attend in my opinion.
Visitors to the Johannesburg event, hosted in the JSE building, will have the privilege of being able to ask CEO Nicky Newton-King questions. We will start the session by asking her about her vision on 'getting smart in 2015' and will follow up with question s from the CFO audience. If you have a question for the JSE boss that definitely should be asked, please email my colleague Jurriën Morsch at [email protected].
And to prepare yourself for the events, why not read some of our recent articles?
- 2014 in numbers
- 2015 a bumper year for CFOs
- Standard Bank's African principles
- What's love got to do with it? (CFO of the Week)
Will I see you in February?