DI2011 sold out: Book now for Simulcast

We’ve done it again! Luckily you can still book for the Simulcast in both Cape Town and Johannesburg.

STOP PRESS: Take a friend to the Johannesburg Simulcast at R1600 for both.

Book now for the Johannesburg Simulcast or Cape Town Simulcast.

For the seventh year in a row Design Indaba Conference is sold out, with some two weeks to go until the event. In response to the ongoing demand for tickets, anybody (both under and over the age of 25) can now book for the Simulcast in Cape Town and Johannesburg. The Cape Town simulcast will take place in a second auditorium at the Cape Town International Convention Centre and the Johannesburg simulcast at the Arts Centre Theatre of the University of Johannesburg, Kingsway Campus.

For a miniscule amount Design Indaba is giving you access to the inspiring thoughts and ideas of some of the world’s leading creative minds. Now here’s great value for money: For as little as R1430, over-25s in Cape Town and Johannesburg can get tickets to see three days of presentations via live broadcast from the main auditorium. Or, for just R1630, get a Simulcast ticket and a year’s subscription to the quarterly Design Indaba magazine. Under-25s can still book for the Young Designers Simulcast for just R1240, or add R200 to the price for a Design Indaba magazine subscription.

Giving you access to 47 speakers, the majority of whom are international and all of whom are leaders in their respective creative fields, Design Indaba is South Africa’s premier not-to-be-missed creative event. Where else can you go to hear the likes of Alberto Alessi, Mark Shuttleworth, Michael Wolff, Maarten Baas, Robert Wong, David Butler and countless other leaders, under one roof?

And what’s more, organisations that pay a MAPPP-SETA legislated Skills Development Levy qualify for a rebate of up to 50% when they book their place at Design Indaba.

The fully subscribed Design Indaba Conference takes place from 23 to 25 February at the Cape Town International Convention Centre and will once again bring together a cast of leading creative thinkers from as far as Denmark, as wide as Mexico, as remote as Burkina Faso and as topical as Brazil.

The comprehensive speaker programme has also been announced. Click here for full details.

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