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11 09, 2019

Limitless Creativity

By |2020-09-21T11:07:17+02:0011th September 2019|Johannesburg Chapter|

The Johannesburg Chapter of the PSASA met on 17th September, attended by 31 participants, including three guests. Nikki Bush, our Chapter President, CSP and SASHoF, welcomed Past Presidents, CSP's and our speakers for the evening, Gilan Gork and Dr. Puleng Makhoalibe. Speak to the Future Convention Nikki introduced the [...]

22 09, 2020

Riding the Variable income waves with Melanie Rothman

By |2020-09-22T15:39:39+02:0022nd September 2020|KZN Chapter|

PSASA KZN Chapter meeting 15/09/2020 On Tuesday evening the KZN Chapter had the honour of having our very own Melanie Rothman speak to the KZN chapter about riding the variable income waves and handling money especially during these tough Covid 19 times. With her wealth of experience in finance [...]

15 09, 2020

If you wouldn’t copy another speaker’s keynote, why are you copying their contract?

By |2020-09-15T11:02:07+02:0015th September 2020|Virtual Chapter|

“The comfort zone is the great enemy of courage and confidence.” Brian Tracy. This quote seems quite apt when I sat to listen to PSASA virtual meeting on 8 September. Getting honoured with note taking and being new, I hope I understood the protocol. I trust you enjoyed the meeting [...]

10 09, 2020

Speakers Business Model and Quicket explained

By |2020-09-10T07:31:18+02:0010th September 2020|Cape Chapter|

On Saturday 5th September the Cape Chapter hosted a speaker’s workshop with Bruce Wade and Angie Herrmann from Quicket. Bruce unpacked the details and requirements for an effective and sustainable business model for speakers. Using this model facilitates the process of converting your keynote or product into a regular income [...]

3 09, 2020

ROI Isn’t Just About Content by Projeni Pather

By |2020-09-04T10:56:08+02:003rd September 2020|Virtual Chapter|

In case you missed it, here’s a recap of the PSASA Virtual Chapter meeting held via Zoom on 11 August 2020. After an introduction by the uber competent Usha Maharaj of the Chapter’s Leadership Committee and a brief networking session, we got to the star of the show, Projeni [...]

24 08, 2020

From Adversity to Insight

By |2020-08-24T13:26:21+02:0024th August 2020|Johannesburg Chapter|

At the PSASA Johannesburg Chapter meeting held on Thursday 20th of August 2020, the Legendary Dorianne Weil, aka "Dr D", spoke to us about pivoting in turbulent times. The 28 members and guests in attendance were enthralled by Dr.D's profound wisdom and insight. Dr. D is South Africa's leading Media [...]

6 08, 2020

Event Safety Re-Opening Guidelines

By |2020-08-06T14:26:30+02:006th August 2020|General|

The Event Safety Council in conjunction with the SA Events Industry, have issued a comprehensive guideline on how we can safely and practically open business events in South Africa. PSASA is a member of the SA Events Council, an organisation lobbying government for practical ways to keep the business [...]

6 08, 2020

PSASA Joins the SA Events Council

By |2020-08-06T12:36:27+02:006th August 2020|General|

Dear speaker colleagues and members There is no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has challenged industries and devastated some businesses. Our speaker colleagues have found many creative and practical ways to still share their value and message with clients and audiences. Unfortunately in the broader business events arena, many [...]

19 07, 2020

Navigating change as speakers

By |2020-07-20T11:48:24+02:0019th July 2020|Johannesburg Chapter|

On Thursday 16th of July 2020, the PSASA was deeply inspired and educated by two incredible speakers.  Fifty three attendees were elevated and stretched to grow their brand as speakers, trainers, facilitators and impactors. Our first speaker was Billy Selekane Billy Selekane, CSP, SASHoF, and known as one of Africa's [...]

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