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    Program

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    Cape Town Day 1, Monday 17 November

    The meetings before lunch will take place at Southern Sun the Cullinan hotel, 200 m from Southern Sun Waterfront in Cape Town.

    Dress code: Smart Casual

    08h00 Meeting and welcome by the Swedish Ambassador to South Africa, Anders Hagelberg

    - Introduction to South Africa

    - Briefing on the programme

    09h00-09h15 General overview of Cape Town being the World Design Capital 2014, by Nicky Swartz, Programme Director of World Design Capital

    The concept of world design with the creation of a programme with local themes, events and campaigns to match, showcasing a few concepts as displayed during the year.

    09h15-09h30 General overview of Cape Town being the World Design Capital 2014, by Richard Perez, Director of World Design Capital

    The overall planning around Cape Town being the Design Capital of the year from a Cape Town city perspective.

    09h30-09h45 General overview of Cape Town being the World Design Capital 2014, by Erica Elk, Cape Craft and Design Institute

    Cape Town as a host for Design Capital, with additional focus on the role of the Cape Craft and Design Institute, and the post planning of the World Design Capital.

    09h45-09h55 Short leg stretcher

    09h55-10h30 Panel discussion with above presenters including coffee and tea

    10h30 Meeting with Kammy Young, Innovation Centre of expertise Manager at Eskom

    Managing technology and innovation at Africa´s largest utility

    12h00 Lunch at the hotel

    13h30 Meeting with Juliette Prowse, Marketing Manager from the Accelerate Cape Town

    Stimulating innovation and creativity through the collaboration between large corporates and small to medium sized companies.

    14h30- 15h00 Transport to Table Mountain

    15h00-17h30 Visit the famous Table Mountain if the weather allows.

    In November 2011 Table Mountain was named among the new seven wonders of Nature. Table Mountain is known for its rich biodiversity and is home to over 1 500 species of plants. At its highest point, Table Mountain reaches 1 085m and affords views all the way to Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was in prison for 27 years of his life.

    (Important: If the weather does not allow for Table Mountain a visit to the Cape of God hope will be arranged).

    18h00 Transport to hotel

    19h00 Dinner at Sevruga restaurant in the Waterfront

    21h00 Transport back to hotel

    Cape Town Day 2, Tuesday 18 November

    The meetings before lunch will take place at Southern Sun the Cullinan hotel.

    Dress code: Smart Casual

    08h00 Khalied Jacobs, Director at Jakupa Architects and Urban Designers

    World Cup 2010: a review of design as an instrument of social change

    09h00 Matthew Gray, Matthew Gray Architects and Urban Designers,

    Building sustainable cities and it´s challenges from a first to a third world perspective

    10h00 Coffee break

    10h30 Marco Morgan, Provincial Infrastructure Policy and Strategy, Western Cape Government

    Incorporate rural development within city planning from an infrastructure frame work perspective

    12h00 Lunch at the hotel

    14h00 Meeting with Prof. Mugendi K. M’Rithaa, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT)

    World Design Capital 2014: an African perspective

    15h15 Transport to Stellenbosch

    16h30 Meeting with Delaire Graff Wine Estate in Stellenbosch

    Tour and history about the wine farm including how they have developed their brand (labelling and packaging process), by Johan Laubser, General Manager at Delaire Wine Estate

    17h00 General overview about the Wine industry, by Thelma Du Plooy, Marketing Manager from Wines of South Africa (WOSA)

    18h00 Wine tasting

    18h30 Dinner with above representatives at the Delaire Graff restaurant in Stellenbosch

    21h00 Transport back to hotel

    Cape Town Day 3, Wednesday 19 November

    Dress code: Smart Casual

    9h00-10h30 Visit to the Cape Craft and Design Institute

    The Cape Craft and Design Institute is a sector development agency with a mission to develop capable people and build sustainable creative enterprises.

    www.ccdi.org.za

    11h00 Time to explore Cape Town on your own!

    A few suggestions:

    Woodstock Exchange – a creative retail/office space with nice young

    South African Design Stores. www.woodstockexchange.co.za

    City Desired – an exhibition at City Hall giving an overview of the

    inequality in Cape Town by looking throughout the lenses of

    education, transport, food etc. www.citydesired.com

    Green Market Square – A bustling local market

    www.capetown.travel/activities/entry/Greenmarket_Square2

    Hungry? Some suggestions are:

    Grabbing a coffee at Truth Coffee, www.truthcoffee.com

    Having lunch at Superette, www.superette.co.za

    For more suggestions, please visit:

    www.wdccapetown2014.com

    Evening Departure to Johannesburg

    Transportation to the airport to be arranged on your own.

    Johannesburg Day 4, Thursday 20 November

    Dress code: Smart Casual

    08h30 Meeting with Ericsson (person to be confirmed)

    Overview on the South African ICT industry focusing on mobile service innovations

    10h30 Meeting with Peter Malebye, General Manager:

    Strategy & Marketing support, MTN (Africa’s largest mobile operator)

    Understanding the creation and design of mobile banking and pre-paid services

    11h30 Transport to Soweto

    12h30 Lunch in Soweto at local Shebeen

    13h30 Soweto guided tour

    16h00 Transport back to Johannesburg

    19h00 Dinner at the Wombles restaurant

    (famous meat restaurant in Johannesburg)

    Johannesburg Day 5, Friday 21 November

    Dress code: Smart Casual

    08h30-10h00 Meeting with Jason Smith, General Manager, Atlas Copco

    How Swedish OEM´s can respond to the mechanization of South African mines and the current direction of OEM’s in South Africa

    11h00 Meeting with Dr. Declan Vogt, Pr Eng, WITS Centre for Mechanized Mining Systems

    Move towards increased mechanization, productivity and safety by mining houses

    12h15 Lunch at the Salvation Café at the 44 Stanley

    14h00 Meeting with Jack van de Merwe, CEO, Department of Transportation

    Implementation of the South African transport infrastructure within (rapid) rail and road

    16h30 Transport back to hotel

    Evening Departure to Sweden

    Transport to the airport to be arranged on your own.

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