This has been necessitated by the unavailability of most of the business Executives who will be travelling together with the Minister of Economic Planning and Investments promotion, Minister Mashakada to South Africa to attend the 2012 Investment conference in that country.
In an effort to enhance the ZNCC brand and to keep member companies in touch with current pertinent business issues, the ZNCC Harare Branch will be conducting monthly discussions at the ZNCC VIP Lounge which will be hosted at the Rainbow Towers Group (RTG). The VIP Lounge was launched in December 2011 by ZNCC Harare Branch in partnership with RTG, CBZ and South African Airways.
The discussions will involve members who are mainly the Captains of Industry and businesses in Zimbabwe. The first VIP Lounge meeting will be held on March 13. The discussion will focus on the “Liquidity Crunch” surrounding the cash transactions as a big cause of concern to both business and the banking sector.
The purpose of the ZNCC Lounge will be to act as a forum to discuss current market trends, government policies , to encourages frank feedback and opinions from some very hard to reach executives, to discuss topical issues and strategies, to promote business within membership, to encourage business networking, to inspire companies that need to be geared for growth and to make the business community’s views be heard by policy makers among others.
ZNCC believes member contributions contribution will go a long way in making Zimbabwe industries soar with production resulting in long term benefits to the industry of Zimbabwe. We are grateful to our members who believe in our concept as we endeavor to provide unbiased information and honest debate as the epitome of free speech. Kindly confirm attendance to the VIP Lounge discussions. Details are as follows:
DATE : Tusday 13 March 2012
TIME : 6.00pm-8pm
VENUE : Rainbow Towers Hotel – La Chandelle
TOPIC : LIQUIDITY CRUNCH CHALLENGES focusing on:
Bank closure for failing to meet capital requirements
Delayed processing of RTGS transactions
Imposed Limits on Cash Withdrawals
Participation is $25Post published in: Business