HR Indaba Network launch off to a flying start


Altron CEO Mteto Nyati has set the tone for the momentous day’s events.

With over 3,000 attendees, 12 exhibitors and the first of 10 riveting impact sessions underway, the HR Indaba Network launch is off to a flyer. Altron CEO Mteto Nyati is setting the tone for what attendees can expect from the jam-packed event after delivering an account of Altron’s incredible people-centric turnaround strategy.

Mteto is already unpacking the tale of the company’s herculean turnaround that transformed Altron from a family-led company to an independently managed one that united nine brands under one umbrella. Attendees are hearing it straight from the horse’s mouth as Mteto outlines the pivotal role that people, culture and organisational values played achieving what many organisations strive for – building an organisation fit for the future.

Meanwhile, as attendees flock to the auditorium, they are thrilled by the gamified experience and have already started looking for clues as part of the scavenger hunt that will see them standing a chance to win one of three R5,000 cash prizes and a signed copy of Mteto’s bestselling book Betting on a Darkie.

In addition, the engagement rewards for those visiting exhibitor booths have already begun ticking over and the leaderboard is live with the names and scores of the most engaged attendees.

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