12 – 14 AUGUST 2020
12 – 14 AUGUST 2020
WE ARE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE ANNUAL WORKING WORLD EXHIBITION WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE ON AUGUST 12-14, 2020
In order to ensure exhibitors are able to richly engage the class of 2020, unemployed youth, teachers and parents and that in fact our school-leavers are equipped by the expo’s resources, including career counselling, career DVD and real-time interaction with exhibitors, we have taken the Expo virtual this year with cutting–edge 3D,interactive exhibition software
A quick note about visitors: Visitors are no longer restricted in number as a result of venue capacity, so while traditionally the event was for the exclusive visitation of job/study/funding seekers (schools), this year we expect an audience that includes these AND care-givers, as well as greater numbers of teachers, who are often decision-makers.
The fact that the 21st consecutive Working World Expo will take place virtually has many benefits, but also includes the reduction of exhibitor costs (branding, transport, time).
The Working World Exhibition is the most comprehensive and cutting edge Exhibition – designed to empower and position learners for the world of work.
The Exhibition repackages the essential components of a Career guidance programme into an interactive experience that learners can identify with and find meaningful.
Career resources such as experts sharing opportunities in careers of skills shortages, bursaries and entrepreneurship, seminars as well as the Workbook gives life to South Africa’s largest careers & skills Exhibition.
The Workbook is used as an official part of the Life orientation curriculum and is endorsed by the Department of Education. Together with our dedicated partners, the Working World Exhibition is a powerful, resourceful and comprehensive tool for reaching and equipping South Africa’s growing school- leaving youths.
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Inkanyezi Event Organisers
Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber President (2017-2019), Thomas Schaefer, speaking about the importance of business support for the WWE.
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