Recently, Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber CEO Kevin Hustler was interviewed by eNCA regarding the challenges facing the Nelson Mandela Bay and the role of the Business Chamber in creating an enabling business environment in the region.
Business Chamber News
Our offices will be close on Thursday, 24th March 2016 at 12h00 and will reopen on Tuesday, 29th March 2016 at 08h00.
On behalf of all at the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber we would like to wish you and your families a very Happy Easter.
Thank you for participating in the Nelson Mandela Bay Annual Golf Day 2016. We trust that you had an unforgettable experience with us.
A special thank you to all our Tees, Greens and prize sponsors for their amazing contribution to the day.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber welcomes Minister Pravin Gordhan’s Budget Speech, which touched on many of the points we mentioned in our wish list earlier this month.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber has compiled a wish list on the issues we want addressed in 2016, in anticipation of Thursday’s State of the Nation Address (SONA) by President Jacob Zuma.
As the authoritative voice of Nelson Mandela Bay business, the Business Chamber is committed to ensuring a competitive enabling business environment for our members.
NELSON Mandela Bay residents have much to look forward to this year, with new retail tenders on the cards at the Port Elizabeth International Airport as well as the possibility of the development of land there for light commercial and industrial purposes.
Airports Company SA (Acsa) shared new plans for the airport at the first event of the year hosted by the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber on Friday.
IT has been a busy year for the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber as well as our membership base, who together employs over 60 000 people in the Metro.
As the countdown to the end of production and the winding down of the working year progresses, it inevitably gives us time to reflect on the successes achieved in 2015.
THE Economist’s report on Global City Competitiveness cited quality of educational systems and an entrepreneurial mindset as the primary indicators of the ability of cities to develop and attract the world’s top talent.
A city’s best chance of creating and retaining a skilled and talented workforce is to establish early, comprehensive and long-term strategies for jobs and integration of students and skilled workers.
Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber President Ian Nicholls delivered an impactful speech at the 2015 Annual Banquet on Friday, November 6.
Calling it a “year of consolidation and greater focus”, Nicholls spent time reflecting on the highlights of 2015 before outlining the Business Chamber’s goals for 2016 to the over 700 guests who attended the glamorous event.
Maybe the real challenge for our city is to turn our town centre into a social centre that supports a wide range of overlapping communal activities, only some of which are to do with shopping.
- Collaboration: Key to business sustainability
- Business Chamber: Easter Weekend Closure
- THANK YOU: Business Chamber Golf Day 2015
- Budget Speech 2016
- Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber's SONA wishlist
- Exciting developments around PE Airport
- Celebrating a busy 2015
- Creating a talent flow key to future
- Business Chamber President Ian Nicholls delivered an impactful speech at the 2015 Annual Banquet
- Bringing liveliness back to the town centre