GBR Future Leaders eSwatini Vice Chairperson Celumusa Dlamini


The Global Business RoundTable (GBR) in partnership with Small Enterprise Development Company (SEDCO), Junior
Achievement (JA) eSwatini and the Ministry of Commerce Industry and Trade will host the 8th Annual Leaders’
Summit. The summit will be a one-day quality event aimed at taking young professionals, businesspersons, leaders of ministries and society organizations to greater heights. It is set for June 29, 2019 at Royal Swazi Convention
Centre. The success summit boasts a list of influential speakers from all aspects of life across Africa, ensuring that the summit provides true value to the delegates. This year’s edition seeks to engage young people, governments, the private sector and all stakeholders on the 4TH Industrial Revolution (IR) under the theme, “Building Sustainable Communities in the 4th Industrial Revolution”. The objectives of the summit include but
not limited to creating awareness and capacity building among young people, so that they can better position themselves for the 4TH Industrial Revolution, working with governments and private sectors to identify high priority or profitable investment areas for collection, providing a platform for young people to network and share information, skills and collaborating on various projects, amongst others. Tickets to the summit will cost E100 for
students. Professionals will pay E250 while non-future leaders will pay E350. The summit will feature various speakers from different countries around the continent. The summit will also provide a platform for deliberations on the future of businesses. On that note, JA Eswatini Executive Director Siboniso Madlopha said the summit will be
a platform for young people to partner as JA will cater for 55 students from the 55 different ‘schools who participated in this year’ s JA competition. “This is an opportunity for young people to explore on the 4th ‘Industrial Revolution,” said Madlopha who pleaded with emaSwati to be ready for the summit as it will expose
the country to the 4th Industrial Revolution. GBR Future Leaders eSwatini Vice Chairperson Celumusa Dlamini said the current economy needs such platforms, saying the current population structure made it easy to speak about the 4th Industrial Revolution.

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