The South African Electrotechnical Export Council (SAEEC) has partnered with African Women in Energy and Power NPC (AWEAP) to deliver a targeted and sector-specific Channel Partner Programme for the energy and power sector. This programme has the objective to recruit and train women owned and managed energy and power companies to become channel partners for technologies, products, renewable energy solutions and systems designated for localization in South Africa. It also aims to create a database of credible suppliers for South Africa and the global supply chains of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) operating in the Renewable Energy and Green Tech Sectors in South Africa and the African Continent.
In this webinar, we invite key stakeholders and the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition to explain the Strategic Partner programme (SPP) in detail.
This DTIC programme aims to encourage large private sector enterprises, in partnership with government, to support, nurture and develop SMMEs within the partner’s supply chain or sector. The programme is intended to support Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) policy through encouraging businesses to strengthen the element of Enterprise and Supplier Development (ESD) of the Codes of Good Practice
Register to learn and understand how you can benefit from the programme.