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The Spanish Chamber of Commerce in South Africa is a non-profit private entity whose main objective is the strengthening of business ties and trade between Spain and South Africa through promoting the commercial, economic, and industrial relations between the two countries.
The SCC facilitates conferences with influential policy makers, government officials, and directors of companies to create platforms for its members to receive clarity on the economic and social climates in Spain and South Africa. Through services, publications, consulting, and events, the SCC provides its members with extensive information on investment and trade opportunities and Spanish-South African business ventures.
To provide our members with exceptional services and networking opportunities that promotes the members business related interests and the relations between Spain and South Africa.
To create a strong and prestigious community in South Africa where our members share their common interest in strengthening the business relationship between Spain and South Africa.
Manuela’s career has been focused within the tertiary industry, specifically the management development and leadership discipline…
She has consulted extensively and teaches strategy, leadership, corporate governance, customer service, and branding. Manuela has developed several leadership and management programmes, and she has been a mentor to numerous students doing their MBAs and in the Tomorrow Leaders Programme. Her leadership is driven by her absolute commitment to professionalism and high touch support.
Ismael has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of the Basque Country and a postgraduate…
degree in Internationalisation and International Trade. He has gained experience in the construction industry, carrying out structures such as bridges and buildings, as well as assisting with their mechanical design. Currently Ismael is at the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in South Africa, providing support as one of the International Trade and Investment Advisors.
Priority holds a double major, Bachelor of Political Science & International Studies degree from the University of Pretoria.
After completion of this degree, she volunteered in an International NGO, Rhino Revolution which supports and protects rhinos, as well as other endangered species and raises awareness on animal poaching and nature conservation. Priority then gained her work experience in local governance, under the Community Work Programme, an initiative of the Department of Cooperative Governance that fosters socio-economic development in local communities. She is currently completing a Bachelor of Arts Honours (International Politics), with the University of South Africa.
Mikel has a degree in Business Management with a major in International Business by the University of Deusto, and postgraduate…
in Internationalisation and International Trade by BEINT Internationalisation Program promoted by the Basque Government. Mikel has work experience in various types of companies. The most recent one being at S2G Deloitte, working alongside an English international company. Currently Mikel is working at the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in South Africa, providing support as one of the International Trade and Investment Advisors with the goal of promoting business between both countries.
Ana is a graduate in Business Management and holds a Masters Degree in International Trade and Digital Business from the Institute for Competitiveness Business of Castilla y León (ICE), in collaboration with ESIC Business & Marketing School…..
Her professional journey has been marked by diverse roles in business-related spaces, with her most recent role being at Randstad, a prominent global HR organization. At present, Ana lends her expertise to the Institute for Competitiveness Business of Castilla y León (ICE) as a dedicated promoter stationed in Johannesburg within the Internationalization department. Her primary focus is establishing and nurturing relationships while providing vital on-the-ground support to companies from Castilla y León venturing into international markets.
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