The ndalama Insights Meet-up
Let's meet and Share
The Ndalama Insights Meet Up is a free quarterly networking event exclusive to the show’s followers. The meet up brings entrepreneurs, both aspiring and already established, together with the featured guests and experts in one room for more interaction and engagement. It provides a platform for listeners to meet with the host and experts that feature on the Ndalama insights business show. These key players network and engage with each other in person.
Features & Activities
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10th july 2020
Join our Online Meetup. Attended conveniently from your desk. As always, this is an interactive discussion where the community benefits greatly from the shared insights all participants bring to the debate.
Please submit your challenge form before 5th June.
Seats are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment. The link to access the virtual meeting room will be emailed to the registered attendees before the event, so make sure to RSVP here!
We are looking forward to seeing you again and meeting new members!
5th dec 2020
We hope to revert back to in-person meet-up by Dec 2020. We plan to hold this event at the New Government Complex, as we did with our first meet-up last November.
Please complete the registration form below, as limited space is available.
Mr. Alinani Simuchimba
Co-Founder of Flair Technologies Limited.
Mr. Thomas Banda
CEO-BS Management Consultants.
Mr. Tionge Nyirenda
Managing Consultant-Cerebra Zambia
Event highlights from past meet-ups
6th march 2020
The 2nd meet-up event was held at the Mulunguish Village, in Lusaka. There were close to 30 attendees and regular listeners of the Ndalama Insights Business Show. Also in attendance were 7 guests that had provided valuable insights between January to March.
In September 2020, the Zambian Kwacha hit the 20 Kwacha mark. The fall in the value of the Kwacha has been gradual. From 2015 till now, the Kwacha has continued to depreciate. What are the key issues driving the fall in the Kwacha against major currencies? Trevor Hambayi, an Economist and Development Analyst, shares his insights on the key factors driving the fall in the Zambian Kwacha.
I discuss 3 Ways Your Business Can Adapt to Dynamic Market Shifts Even during a Crisis. At the beginning of the year 2020, no business owner or company could have predicted the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the business environment. With the health measures and restrictions put in place, businesses have ended up experiencing dynamic market shifts that no one really anticipated for, how then can a business adapt to these dynamic market shifts?
I discuss “How To Build Resilience in Your Business in 3 Simple Steps.” With the Covid-19 pandemic disrupting business operations and people still adjusting to the new normal, there clearly is a need for business owners and their businesses to be resilient. Resilience is the character or ability to adapt to any circumstance and bounce back no matter the situation. So how can you develop such a culture in your business especially in times of uncertainty?
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can attend this event?
This event is meant for entrepreneurs both aspiring and already established.
What time does the event start and end?
The event starts at 08hrs in the morning and ends at 12hrs in the afternoon, with an hour tea break provided at 10hrs.
Is there a Fee to this event?
No this is a free event that is aimed at bringing entrepreneurs and industry experts together.
What is the dress code?
The recommended dress code is business casual, though we welcome all fashion choices!
Do you serve lunch at this event?
No, but we do serve cold and hot drinks accompanied with a snack.
I have a question that is not here, here who can i contact?
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