Jacki Mpondo-Hendricks

First Chief Executive Officer at the South African United Business Confederation

Ms. Jacki Mpondo-Hendricks is the first Chief Executive Officer at the South African United Business Confederation (SAUBC). SAUBC is a non-profit, non-racial, Business and Economic confederation that represents cross-cutting business interests in South Africa which consists of members that represent Export Councils, Industry Associations and Joint Groups (Business Chambers).

She is the 1st outgoing Black Female President in 130 years at the Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI). She was nominated at the 2020 Mail and Guardian top 50 as the most powerful and influential woman in South Africa, SAWIL Trailblazer Awards Finalist 2020, currently shortlisted for the Gauteng Provincial Basadi Awards 2020 and Presidential Marketing Advisory Council.

She has special recognitions from Kingdom Business Network and Zimbabwe Chamber of Commerce Award and China Chamber for Investment and Trade Promotion. Ms. Mpondo-Hendricks is a seasoned Business Strategist, Marketer and Social Activist with over 25 years of global experience in all spheres of Marketing within the Public and Private Sector. She has over time honoured her service to turnkey stakeholder relations management and global business development services - recently having successfully spearheaded the PPP transactions across SADEC.

"Now, more than ever, businesses need to be ready for the various challenges facing our economy and have the agility to adapt to such. We need to recover, regroup and then collectively focus on key areas to unlock the potential in opportunistic growth sectors, optimize the international value chains and embrace the benefits of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) through broad-based inclusion." JACKI MPONDO-HENDRICKS, CEO – SA United Business Confederation

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    First Chief Executive Officer at the South African United Business Confederation

     

    Now, more than ever, businesses need to be ready for the various challenges facing our economy and have the agility to adapt. We need to recover, regroup and then collectively focus on key areas to unlock the potential in growth sectors, optimise value chains and embrace the benefits of the Fourth Industrial  Revolution (4IR) through broad-based inclusion.