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TSiBA Ignition Centre Manager is invited to share our expertise at the Learning LandsCAPE Conference

14 Apr 2015

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TSiBA Ignition Centre Manager, Abe Oliver has been invited to share our expertise at the Learning LandsCAPE Conference in Cape Town to speak about TSiBA’s Experiential Entrepreneurial Approach.

The conference brings together some of the most influential role players in the field of LEARNING in the Western Cape. They will share their thoughts and tools to overcome the weaknesses and threats regarding learning, while developing opportunities and strengths. (http://www.iitpsa.org.za/event/)

Since its inception in 2007, the Ignition Centre is a leading entrepreneurial service hub that offers education and training in business, career management and computer literacy as well as business mentorship and incubation support for grassroots businesses. TSiBA currently operations two centres located on campuses in Cape Town and at TSiBA Eden in the Southern Cape.

   

The Tertiary School in Business Administration (TSiBA) was founded in 2004 with a vision to “Ignite Opportunity”.  Our mission is to be an innovative learning community that graduates entrepreneurial leaders who ignite opportunity and social change.

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