The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber is very pleased to welcome Prince Mpumelelo Matonsi as the new Operations Manager to the organisation.
Matonsi will provide great support to Chief Executive Kevin Hustler and underpin efforts to deliver on the Board’s vision through the management of the membership, events and task team departments.
SOUTH African Airways (SAA) and the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber have entered into a Corporate Loyalty Partnership Agreement in the form of a Corporate Loyalty Program, offering significant benefits to Business Chamber Members.
THE Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber today [Friday, 29 July] added a fourth Diamond Arrow Award to the organisation’s trophy cabinet when it was honoured during the PMR.africa Business Leaders Function at Running Waters.
FOLLOWING a nail-biting win in his home town this weekend, South African rugby coach Allister “Toetie” Coetzee was the guest speaker at a business breakfast hosted in Nelson Mandela Bay today [29 June].
The humble new South African rugby coach, who was appointed earlier this year, spoke about the joys and challenges of his job to the group of business leaders who attended the event, hosted by the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber in partnership with Lynn Williams Media and Communications at Running Waters in Kragga Kamma.
DESPITE the subdued economic conditions in the country, more than 80% of businesses surveyed by the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber are investing in their companies this year.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber Membership Survey 2016 was conducted earlier this year amongst our member companies in Nelson Mandela Bay.
Of the respondents who indicated that they would invest in their businesses this financial year, 38% said they would invest in human resources and infrastructure; 24% only in human resources and 22% only in infrastructure.
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.
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.
Last week (Friday, 30 October 2015) Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber CEO Kevin Hustler received a Special Award at the prestigious annual Alumni Awards event of the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) for marketing the Nelson Mandela Bay on behalf of the business sector and for being an ambassador for the region.
THE Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber today [Friday] added a third Diamond Arrow Award to the organisation’s trophy cabinet when it was honoured during the PMR.africa Business Leaders Function at The Plantation.
The purpose of the PMR.africa Eastern Cape Provincial Survey is to celebrate excellence in companies and institutions and set a benchmark in the province.
This year, the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber was specifically recognised with a Diamond Arrow as an institution doing the most to develop and enhance the production and manufacturing of local goods and products.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber has played an active role in protecting businesses’ interest in relation to electricity tariffs. It is the second time that the Chamber presents at a NERSA public hearing in less than two months, following the presentation at the public hearings on Eskom’s selective reopener application – which was subsequently rejected.