31 Oct

The Skills Development Corporation is a Finalist at the National Business Awards: The Oscar’s of South African Business

National Business Awards

The annual National Business Awards have announced their 2019 finalists!  

The awards recognise the success, innovation and ethics of South African companies and organisations across all industry sectors. The Awards also recognise the important social and environmental contributions made by organisations through the excellence of service, commitment to their customers, ethical behaviour and environmental sustainability.

“Adapting to change is the biggest contributor to the level of success that SDC has achieved. Out with the old and in with the new.” – COO Gareth Bird.

With categories such as the Innovation Award, Fast Growth Business of the Year Award, Sustainability Award and the headline National Business of the Year Award, the National Business Awards are all encompassing when it comes to recognising champions of industry.

  • 2018 National Business Awards Winner: Education Training & Skills Development
  • 2019 Top Empowerment Finalist: Education & Training
  • 2019 Top Empowerment Highly Commended Winner: Education & Training
  • 2019 National Business Awards Finalist: Business Enabler of the Year

The winners will be announced and celebrated on 21st November 2019 at Emperors Palace, Ekurhuleni. For more information, contact Kyle Gardner on 010 900 3115 or email him on info@sdcorp.co.za.


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