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Johannesburg: Ideas-sharing seminar poised to change lives
News / Latest / Ernest Kanjo / Wednesday, 05 November 2014 06:05

connectseminarKnowledge is best enjoyed when it is shared. If it is concealed or canned, knowledge becomes useless. Solomon Atah, a Cameroonian-born civil society promoter and media development expert, understands this assertion to the letter. To him, the new culture of sharing is fast becoming a non-negotiable aspect in development and must be propagated.

It is within the backdrop of this thinking that the South Africa-based media specialist, in collaboration with other experts is organizing a one-day seminar billed for Johannesburg’s Reef Hotel in Marshalltown on Saturday, November 8, 2014.

Dubbed #ConnectSeminar, the come-together will serve as a forum to provide co-creationplatforms, that seek to contribute to novel knowledge share, organizers say. “It is going to be a premium seminar where a collective culture of doing things and allowing participants as well as speakers, to work together towards shared and common good,” Atah told us.

Several experts will be facilitating the #ConnectSeminar including South Paul Naidoo (sales specialist), Linda Yende (best-selling author and relationship specialist), Deric Yuh Ndim (author, personal development coach and member of The John C Maxwell Team), Zama Titi (Nedbank business analyst and inspirational speaker), Mixo Khos (wealth generator and Forex trading guru), Vraja Kishori (spirituality and inspirational speaker) and KK Diaz (author and business coach).
According to organizers, the seminar which will kick off as early as 8:30am with registration of participants will take place in the Conference Centre, 4th Floor, of the Reef Hotel, situated at 58 Anderson Street, JHB Financial District.

For more information or to RSVP email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or contact Solomon Atah on 073 517 6726 Twitter: @SolomonAtah or Fikile Mthethwa on 083 645 1988.


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