11 , 2021
Enterprises UP positions its future-fitness in the latest Business Unusual Magazine
The third issue of Business Unusual Magazine was released, providing detailed insight into the African and global trade environments.
9 , 2021
New innovations like the Smart Grid Programme are evolving the energy industry in SA
Technology did not evolve at a rapid speed when compared to where power engineering was 50 years ago, advancement was slow. It was all standard practice when it came to transformers and transmission lines, and communication technology was not as developed. We unknowingly found ourselves only at the brink of what was to come. Fast forward a half-century, and we are now witnessing tremendous growth in the energy industry.
8 , 2021
Enterprises UP honours female leaders in skills development and research
South Africa celebrates Women’s Month in August, in commemoration of the 20 000 women who marched to Union Buildings, Pretoria in 1956. The selfless acts of the participants in the march were in protest against gender disparities under the Apartheid regime.
7 , 2021
Continuation of a fruitful partnership with Toyota SA
The South African taxi industry is one of the largest and viable industries that continues to exponentially grow on a daily basis. The industry has supported thousands of people and contributed to the employment of many as drivers and marshals, who have also in the process accumulated the experience in the business and operations of managing the industry.
7 , 2021
Potato pathology course gains traction from international delegates
Enterprises University of Pretoria’s (Enterprises UP) globally competitive training course - Online Course Basic Potato Pathology recently enrolled 12 international delegates from Australia.
7 , 2021
The uprising of Project Management within various industries
The business landscape has transformed over the years with an accelerated focus on positioning women in leadership roles, by providing them with the skills and training for industries considered ‘predominately male’. Melissa Wilson, Special Projects Manager SSA (DHL South Africa) was the recent recipient of Top Overall Student and Best Final Project for the Programme in Project Management (PPM) at Enterprises University of Pretoria.