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It’s rare to get first hand, hot information from top speakers free-of-charge’ Markex together with the Unique Speaker Bureau is giving us this golden opportunity and the valuable pointers are indeed pearls-of-wisdom.

Clem Sunter kicked off the first day by reminding us that we must imagine the unimaginable and then dealing with it. The world is in turmoil and ongoing change is inevitable. ‘There is a big difference between being in the eye of the tiger and the fox on the fairway’ said Sunter.

Clem Sunter shares his wisdom at Markex 2013's USB stand

Clem Sunter shares his wisdom at Markex 2013’s USB stand

Other quotable quotes from Sunter which were shared with a packed auditorium:
*Pockets of excellence must be nurtured;
*Other African countries roll out the red carpet – South Africa rolls out the red tape;
*Keep the red flags down, for fox sake!

Turning to a truly international, best-selling presenter Kevin Gaskill having turned major organizations from poor balance sheets to highly profitable ones – attendees were enthralled with his outstanding presentation. Pointers that warranted note-taking were:

International, best-selling presenter Kevin Gaskill speaks at the USB stand

International, best-selling presenter Kevin Gaskill speaks at the USB stand

*Commit to change, connect to implement, create the magic of sharing;
*Success is not the bottom-line. Bottom-line is the score;
*Success is something you can hear, see and feel.

Ryan Hogarth a South African presenter who has immense knowledge on social media made it clear that ‘The CV is dead’. The manner in which all individuals brand themselves is no longer by writing glowing accounts of themselves. Employers require an authentic catalogued profile on all individuals that are seeking a career move to a forward-thinking organization. This is the main role of the MICE Academy with a serious certification service that will grow all experienced and knowledgeable individuals to new heights of proven proof of ability.

Ryan Hogarth talks about why the CV as we know it is dead

Ryan Hogarth talks about why the CV as we know it is dead