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  • Accelerate Cape Town AGM AGENDA Presentation on the Stadium by Andrew Fanton, Murray & Roberts, Project Director of the Green Point Stadium 2010 project Lunch and Stadium tour 11:40– 12h25 12h25 – 13h00 Tea and Coffee Open session : Member discussions, ideas and questions. 11:15–11:25 11:25–11:40 Presentation by CEO on Accelerate Cape Town’s progress, future plans and comparative cities insights. 10:30–11:15
    • Welcome and introduction by Board Chairman, Tim Bashall
    • Statutory Business including:
    • The receiving and consideration of the Annual financial statements and report of the board
    • The re-appointment of the Auditor
    • The re-election of the Directors
    • The consideration and approval of the new Memorandum & Articles of Association of Accelerate Cape Town
    10:00–10:30
  • The path travelled … Jul 06 Dec 06 Apr 07 Aug 07 Dec 07 Apr 08 Aug 08 Jul 06 An idea is born Mar 07 Guy Lundy appointed CEO Feb 07 First directors appointed, the idea is named and objectives agreed Sept 06 Potential Cape Champions meet to discuss the “idea” Mar 07 Old Mutual becomes Founding Sponsor Feb 08 15 members June 08 29 members Aug 08 ACT board approve 12 month strategy Mar 07 Clem Sunter workshop - birth of the Southern Tiger Oct 07 CEO dinner with Mayor April 07 GL invited to join Regional Development Strategy Core Group Nov 07 CEO dinner with Premier Nov 07 1 st 2010 business opportunities with Mayor Feb 08 OECD visit Mar 08 CEO dinner with VCs Aug 08 Inaugural AGM May 08 GL chairs Location Branding Conference -Athens Jun 08 GL appointed to board of Wesgro Dec 07 ACT governance structures agreed by Board
    • Tim Bashall, KPMG
    • Tim is the Executive Director of Strategy & Markets for KPMG in South Africa. He is also Board Chairman for Accelerate Cape Town.
    • Guy Lundy, Accelerate Cape Town Guy is the Chief Executive Officer of Accelerate Cape Town
    • Samora Biko, Circle Capital Ventures Samora is the Chief Operations Officer of Circle Capital Ventures
    • Andrew Boraine, Cape Town Partnership Andrew is the Chief Executive of the Cape Town Partnership, a public-private partnership focusing on the regeneration of the Cape Town Central City.
    Meet the Board
    • Ray Cadiz, Cadiz Ray is the Co-Founder and Non-Executive Chairman of Cadiz Holdings Ltd.
    • Harvey Christophers, Deloitte & Touche Harvey is the Regional Leader of Deloitte in the Western Cape and the lead director on services to some of Deloitte’s largest clients in the Cape.
    • Justin Hardcastle, Webber Wentzel
    • Justin is the Managing Partner of the Webber Wentzel Cape Town office
    • Fay Kajee, BATSA
    • Fay is the Corporate Affairs Director at British American Tobacco South Africa
    Meet the Board
    • Rose Keanly, Old Mutual  Rose is the Managing Director of Old Mutual Service, Technology & Administration.
    • Wayne Klahs, Chevron Wayne is the CEO Chevron South Africa and Vice President of Global Marketing- Africa-Europe Pakistan Region
    • Jock McKenzie, Independent Jock is a Director of SAPPI, a Trustee of the UCT Foundation and Director of Accelerate Cape Town. He was also President Africa, Middle East and Asia Chevron Corporation.
    • Mike Thompson, Independent Mike is a retired banker. He is a Non Executive Director of companies including Truworths International, Artscape and Siyasanga Theatre Company.
    Meet the Board
  • Statutory Requirements
  • Guy Lundy
  • What makes a world class city?
    • Becoming a “world class” player requires:
    • Uniqueness
    • Focus
    • Global orientation
    • Innovation
    • A sensitive radar system
    • Ability to attract talented young people
    • Social and environmental responsibility
    Source: Clem Sunter
  • Gaberone Mauritius Barcelona Paris Marrakech Dubai Athens Chicago New York Washington Maputo Cape Town Economic growth factors Lifestyle factors Charlotte
  • Scenarios Current reality Inclusive Exclusive High growth Low growth Southern Comfort
  • What is needed in the Cape?
    • Long-term vision
    • Jobs
    • Investment attraction
    • A rebranding effort
    • Attraction and retention of skills
    • Partnerships
    • Self-confidence and BIG thinking
  • What does ACT do? Thought leadership Network Influence Mobilise
  • Vision To create a Southern Tiger by 2030; the Cape as an iconic, internationally competitive region characterised by inclusive, sustainable economic growth. Brand [Positioning] A private sector initiative aimed at bringing together stakeholders in the Cape region to develop and implement a long-term vision for sustainable, inclusive economic growth. Strategic Objectives
    • To promote an Active City Strategy
    • To re-position the Cape as a business destination
    • To promote safety & security
    • To increase access to an appropriately skilled workforce
    • To ensure development is environmentally sustainable
    Supported by … Accelerate Cape Town Strategy Strategy
    • Thought leadership
    • Networking and influencing
    • Mobilising and enabling
    • Vision 2030
    • Cape Town International Business Club
    • Safe Cape
    • Restless Minds
    Projects
    • Strategic re-branding initiative
    • Concept
    • A six month process beginning with a Cape Town Vision 2030 session presented by Ben Zander, culminating in an in-depth economic strategy for chosen focus sectors, developed using Deloitte’s methodology.
    • Timeline
    • August to December 2008
    • Project Sponsorship sought
    • R550,000 financial
    • R330,000 venue costs
    • Resources to assist with the strategy development process
    • Sponsors’ exposure
    • - Extensive media coverage
    • Exposure to influential participants ( ±400)
    • Branding at events
    • - Ongoing presentations of the final vision and strategy to the broader stakeholder community
    Vision 2030
    • Concept
    • Create a highly visible business and investment hub aimed at connecting visiting business leaders with local business equivalents to attract and facilitate investment and business opportunities, with particular emphasis on 2010 and with both a web and a physical presence
    • Timeline
    • August 2008 to December 2010
    • Sponsorship still sought
    • R6 million, either from one or several sponsors, up to the end of 2010
    • Sponsors’ exposure
    • - Preferential access to visiting business leaders and business opportunities
    • - Branding in the Business Lounge and Investment Information Centre, on the website and on electronic and printed materials
    • - Extensive media coverage
    Cape Town International Business Club
    • Concept
    • Use information and programmes from Business Against Crime, Action for a Safe South Africa and others to build a toolkit for businesses to help them reduce illegal activity within their sphere of influence. Also work with the media to highlight positive results, thus addressing the prevailing sense of helplessness and hopelessness. Ultimately help to make the Cape a safe place.
    • Timeline
    • September 2008 to September 2009
    • Sponsorship still sought
    • R450,000
    • Sponsors’ exposure
    • - Branding and exposure through communications programmes to businesses, their customers, suppliers and staff
    • - Media coverage
    • - Linking communication with associated programmes such as Action for a Safe South Africa
    Safe Cape
    • Concept
    • Bring together the most creative minds in the Cape, from a range of creative sectors, to propose a solution to a problem that seems intractable; in this case the inability to attract and retain African professional talent in Cape Town.
    • Timeline
    • August 2008 ongoing
    • Sponsorship still sought
    • None at this stage, but the Restless Minds will come up with potential programmes that will require support.
    Restless Minds
  • Contact details: Guy Lundy CEO Accelerate Cape Town 021 4087255 083 4400208 [email_address] www.acceleratecapetown.com
  • Quick Break
  • Questions