What is Ince Talks and Why Should You Attend?
Published - 24 February, 2020
In its mission to co-create an interconnected community of informed contributors to the economy and, consequently, a more inclusive investment ecosystem, Ince has developed the Ince Talks series. Ince Talks invites influential market players to share in topical discussions and provides an opportunity for networking and knowledge expansion.
Ince prides itself on being a company with a thirst for adventure and a story of entrepreneurship and adaptation. Ince has evolved superbly with the market over the years and our group of experienced, focused and restless individuals continues to disrupt the market, and themselves, by always looking ahead to anticipate changing investor communication trends. This ensures Ince remains a step ahead of the market and can continue working alongside customers to embrace new strategies and propositions. This also delivers Ince’s vision of building a community of connected stakeholders by facilitating wealth creation for a more inclusive society, into reality.
Join us as Ince Talks with JP Landman, who offers a very different perspective on South Africa and will lead a meaningful, fact-rich discussion on trends in politics, economics, social capital and the interplay of demographics and economic growth.
Read more about the Ince Talks series here.
Limited seats available, reserve your seat now by RSVP to Lee Huntley at email@example.com by 5 March 2020
Date: 12 March 2020
Time: 17:00 for 17:30 to approximately 19:30
Venue: Ince, 42 Wierda Road West, Wierda Valley, Sandton
Drinks and snacks will be served.
The event will be hosted by Andile Khumalo (Chairman of the Ince board)
More about JP Landman: JP Landman is a self-employed analyst on political-economic trends. He is a visiting professor at the University of the Free State; and consults to Nedbank Private Wealth, one of SA’s largest private wealth managers. In August 2013, he published the book, “The Long View”, an analysis of trends in SA. The book is in its fourth print. In September 2015, he was appointed by the President as a member of the National Planning Commission (NPC).
He has a BA LLB from Stellenbosch University (1978), studied Economics at Harvard (1998 and again in 2005), and obtained a MPhil in Future Studies (cum laude) from Stellenbosch (2003). In 2009, he completed a course at Oxford University Continuing Education on the economies of the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China).
About Andile Khumalo: Andile Khumalo is a seasoned entrepreneur and Chartered Accountant (SA) with over 15 years of business experience. He is Founder and CEO of Khumalo.co, an investment firm with interests in Technology, Media, Telecommunications, Financial Services and Venture Capital. He serves as non-executive Chairman of investee companies Brave Group and Ince. He serves as a fellow of The Centre for African Management and Markets at The Gordon Institute of Business Science and regularly writes for The Business Times, Sunday Times and often speaks on Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Transformation.