CALLING ALL METALS INDUSTRY ENTREPRENEURS
DACT will host an Open Day for candidates with entrepreneurial flair and who are interested in running their own businesses in the metals fabrication industry.
The King Cetshwayo District Municipality has appointed DACT (Downstream Aluminium Centre for Technology) to support SMMEs through an Artisan Development Programme and DACT will present the free information session on Wednesday, 21 November.
Venue is the DACT premises at the ZCBF Community Park, South Central Arterial, Alton, Richards Bay and the seminar begins at 11am.
RSVP: Call Gloria Tembe on 035 797 1500 or email on Cyn[email protected]
The Downstream Aluminium Centre for Technology is an incubating centre that hosts businesses in the metal fabrication industry which includes fabrication, engineering, welding and casting.
The centre is set up to ensure that incubatees have access to business development services at subsidised rates and also aims at reducing the challenges faced by upcoming entrepreneurs.
Some of the shared services provided include technical and business advice, internet facilities and assistance with financial and other administration.
Clients of DACT can use the infrastructure, equipment and tools provided at part subsidised rates.
DACT also creates awareness of clients in incubation by taking them to exhibitions, SMME seminars, supply chain breakfasts, etc.