2011 PHOTO & FILM EXPO
PHOTO & FILM EXPO 2011 in association with PiX Magazine.
2010 event was a great success and feedback from visitors and exhibitors has been exceptional. Planning and sales for 2011 event have begun set to be the biggest event yet. Tickets available at webtickets.co.za or at the door.
SHOW TIMES : 9:00 am - 6:00 pm : Ticket sales 9:00am - 5:00pm. All 4 days open to the public.
Limited Discounted weekend passes available on THURSDAY morning
WORKSHOPS - FIRST COME FIRST SERVED Get there early!
Coca-Cola Dome in Johannesburg.
Cape Bonsai Kai 2011
Zen and the art of minute South African trees.
This year's show will displaying well over 100 magnificent miniature trees of the highest standard with a strong focus on exciting indigenous trees.
Novices to bonsai will enjoy education table and demonstrations on how to design bonsai and how to maintain and care for them. Numerous trees, pots, tools, starter kits and equipment will be available to purchase.
Open daily from 09:00 – 05:00. Although a small donation would be appreciated, there is no charge to see this magnificent show, other than the obligatory fee to enter Kirstenbosch Gardens.
Photos: © Terry Erasmus - Bonsaitree1 – Diospyros whyteana, common name: Bladder nut. Owner: Gail Theron.
Durban welcomes Indaba delegates. City of Durban is ready to host upcoming premier travel and tourism show, Indaba Tourism 2012 schedule to take place from 12 – 15 May 2012. Exciting activities to ensure that all delegates enjoy a fulfilling and memorable experience. Durban Tourism CEO, Phillip Sithole said Indaba is one of the key strategic events hosted by Durban, and it is also a key economic catalyst not only among tourism related businesses but it also greatly contributes to the broader economy of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal and the country at large as Indaba contributes about R250 to R300 million to the economy of Durban.
Photo Credit : Reg Collecott
ITB Berlin 2023 – stronger than ever - In times of crisis more market players are making increasing use of the world’s leading platform for the industry - 110,000 trade visitors, 42 per cent from abroad – topical issues ensure record attendance (plus 10 per cent) at the ITB Berlin Convention – public interest remains high – successful premiere for the ITB partner region: RUHR.2010 now firmly established on the international stage – 180,000 visitors in the display halls
“More market players visited the leading platform of the international travel industry than ever before. In times of rapid structural changes and highly competitive markets they focused on gaining a comprehensive market overview and on new business approaches. Thus, unlike many other industries, the travel sector is actively responding to the challenges. Trade visitor attendance remained high, proof of ITB Berlin’s resilience even in economically difficult times. Once again, ITB Berlin re-established itself as the world’s leading travel trade show“, said Dr. Christian Göke, COO Messe Berlin. Of the 110,857 trade visitors who attended (110,322), 42 per cent came from abroad, an increase of four per cent. Once again, record numbers took part in the convention, 12,000, compared with 11,000 in 2008.
Johannesburg International Motor Show
Johannesburg International Motor Show (known as Joburg Motor Show) single largest international automotive event in Southern Africa. Exhibition held once every two years runs in conjunction with two additional shows Auto Shop and Johannesburg Truck Show which collectively offer a complete representation of motor industry, serving Sub Saharan Africa and South Africa as host country. Johannesburg Expo Centre, Nasrec,
Jozi my Jozi 125 celebrations
Mini carnivals - JOZI my JOZI 125
Tues 20 Dec : Alex, Sandton, Norwood area : Theme - We Are Going There! Starts Alexandras East Bank Hall and ends at Alexandra Stadium.
Wed 21 Dec : Soweto celebrates : Going Green. Starts and ends at Diepkloof Multipurpose Centre, 85 Eben Cuyler Drive Soweto.
Thurs 22 Dec: Midrand and Ivory Park theme : Shuku Shuku Seed to City. Starts at Ebony Park pay point and
ends at Lord Khanyile Community Hall.
Fri 23 Dec : Westbury, Riverlea area : Theme : Jozi Chameleon. Starts and ends at Westbury Recreation Centre on Roberts Avenue, Riverlea.
Tues 27 Dec: Roodeport and Braamfischer region : Theme - Going Green, Going Clean. Starts at cricket oval and ends at Braamfischerville Multipurpose Centre.
LIGHT AND LIFE
Travelling at speed of light may sound incredibly fast, but can you imagine travelling at speed of light for hundreds or thousands, even millions of years? We can see galaxies as they were when mammal-like reptiles roamed the Karoo. Presentation juxtaposes past eras on Earth with their equivalent eras far out in space. Daily. School Programme: Mon to Fri at 09:00, 10:15, 11:30 and 12:45 during school term (excl 1st Monday of month). Closed: Workers Day, Christmas Day and first Mon of month excl. school holidays. Parking and Disabled Access. Shop and Cafe on site. 25 Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town.
Marketing Indaba 2012
Marketing Indaba Conference consists out of a full conference day and a full workshop day with a digital stream and a traditional marketing stream. The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Cutting through the clutter'.
Delegates can expect to see industry leading professionals, various networking opportunities, Q & A’s and a conference manual packed full of the latest marketing news. This two day event consists out of a conference and exhibition. Visit the exhibition and view the latest offerings in advertising and marketing.
Attend the conference and learn from over 16 expert speakers and network and connect with like-minded marketing professionals.
Expo - Entrance is FREE with your business card and registration at the door is required.
Pictured here : Ms Dale Hefer, founder and CEO Chillibush Advertising - presenting on Wed 9 May 2012 at 9:00am. Subject : The forgotten business of setting marketing objectives - Dale Hefer, founder and CEO Chillibush.
Ultimate retirement lifestyle expo shopping experience.... Ease into your mature lifestyle!
South Africa's first-ever expo aims at enhancing peoples lifestyles after retirement and showcases leading financial, property and lifestyle brands and established as an important annual platform where South Africans can obtain information, services and products to suit retirement lifestyle needs.
Research by Statistics South Africa shows that almost 9,75 million South Africans will retire within next 25 yrs. Most of these are called "baby boomers" – born between 1946 and 1964 – who are optimistic, competitive and focus on personal accomplishment. Of 3 790 324 people living in Gauteng, 1 209 256 are in their 40’s – that’s almost a third of the population.
Exhibitors include financial and investment planners, retirement villages, lifestyle resorts, travel planners, taxation advisors, property investors, legal and insurance advisors and health and nutrition experts.
Leading brands include Liberty, Starlight Cruises, Old Mutual, Marriott, Helderberg Village, Mediclinic, Reader"s Digest, Protea Group, Glacier by Sanlam, Refirement Network, Alexander Forbes, Northern Area Retirement Villages.
Well-known retirement coach Lynda Smith of Refirement Network explainS how retirement can open up a new world. “We say "don't retire – refire!"
Show Dates and times
Fri 28 Oct 2011 / Sat 29 Oct - 10:00 - 18:00
Sun 30 Oct 2011 - 10:00 - 17:00
Coca-Cola Dome, Randburg, Johannesburg
GPS Co-ordinates: 26 03’48.39”S • 27 56’35.54”E
more info : www.retirementexpo.co.za
Programme of Events
World Travel Tourism Africa Fair
Sanganai/Hlanganani – annual Tourism Trade Fair organized by Zimbabwe Tourism Authority to showcase wide variety of Africa’s best tourism products, attracts international visitors and media from across the world. Attracts leading African destinations and major world tourism markets such as South Africa, Botswana, Malaysia, China, Zambia, Malawi, Kenya, Indonesia, Italy and many others. “Where the world meets Africa”.