Silicon Cape
17 Oct 2016


CITY OF CAPE TOWN, WESTERN CAPE – Entrepreneurship is a key driver of our economy and it is with this in mind that the City of Cape Town , Smart Procurement World and SCNET are running the annual Cape Town Smart Supplier Development Programme.

Applications for 2017 are open and will close on 18 November 2016.

Supplier development and support whilst driving a hunger for entrepreneurship, is a key driver of our economy. The intention for this development programme and competition to support, develop and train suppliers for the city and region to engage with.  The programme and competition helps give shape to the products, services and aspiration of the mavericks of tomorrow.

“The City is proud to be a part of this initiative that not only supports supplier development but also links City vendors to Corporate buyers in their business sector . This is one way in which we contribute to creating an  enabling environment for  economic development through supporting entrepreneurship and business growth .” Councillor Eddie Andrews, Mayoral Committee Member: Tourism, Events and Economic Development”


The City of Cape Town -Smart Supplier Development Programme serves as a springboard for the winner and finalist, expanding their networks where they receive invaluable exposure for their businesses to corporate buyers.

The programme culminates in exposure for the top businesses to corporate buyers at the annual Smart Procurement World Western Cape / Enterprise & Supplier Development Expo, 7-8 March 2017 at the CTICC

About the Smart Supplier Programme and Competition

The City of Cape Town ,Smart Procurement World and SCNET want to assist your business to become a “Smart Supplier.

This initiative will serve as a springboard for the 10 finalists: besides the chance to win the R5000 cash prize, they will be able to expand their networks and receive invaluable exposure for their businesses through face-to face meetings with corporate buyers.

Applications are strictly online at

For more information contact: Florence Musundwa


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