Henley is an education partner at this year’s Innovation Summit and is the only business school to take such a role. This is how strongly we believe in innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship.
For the first two days of the summit we will be getting insights from the industry, the private sector, educational institutions and chief executives, as well as the government’s perspective on innovation and creativity. There will be well-rounded panel discussions, talks and keynotes including international representation.
Henley, as the education partner, will be hosting the Learning Space, which will include reports covering key insights from the event. This, we believe, will provide a rich platform for the exchange of ideas in order to birth new insights and new ways of working that will hopefully impact business and even the economy of South Africa.
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