Tomorrow’s Leaders Convention 2018

Bringing together South Africa’s youngest and most dynamic leaders

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On 12 September, the Tomorrow’s Leaders Convention will take place at Emperors Palace, Johannesburg. Once again, we will bring together some of South Africa’s youngest and most dynamic leaders to inspire and network with you.

Consistently over the last 12 years, these young leaders – under the age of 35 - have flocked to the Tomorrow’s Leaders Convention, from both public and private enterprise. South Africa currently sits at a crossroads, and we need to decide which route to take. Many of today’s young leaders will be the ones to lead us to a new dawn, or have a great influence on where we go as a country.

An event full of glitz and glam, but more importantly, it is the annual showcase of South Africa’s business talent. The speaker list will range from both the public and private sector and includes the likes of Lebo Gunguluza, entrepreneur, inspirational speaker and Dragon investor, CEO of Ignite My Potential, Max Moyo, Seismic Research Centre School of Geosciences, Wits University Director, Dr Musa Manzi and Inga Gubeka, Founder and Creative Director of Inga Atelier.

The programme will be led by charming TV and radio presenter, Jeremy Maggs.

We invite all organisations, government departments or NGO’s to nominate some of their young leaders (under 35-years old) to attend the Tomorrow’s Leaders Convention. It is not only an opportunity to listen to some of the best business and motivational minds around, but an opportunity to network and learn from fellow leaders.

The convention also offers a great opportunity for you and your team to market and brand your organisation. Get a stand and have the opportunity to mingle with attendees, network and create business opportunities for yourself. Sponsorships are also available.

Should you wish to attend the conference, please click here to register. Alternatively, you can contact us via Twitter (@TLConvention) or Facebook (Tomorrow’s Leaders Convention).

For more information, please contact Beverley on

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