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Leading analyst commenting on the SA, African and global political economy

With compelling, content-driven keynotes Daniel Silke delivers insightful political economy presentations. He has developed an outstanding reputation as an expert on South Africa’s political and economic future, growth prospects for the African continent and in particular, global business trends. This includes looking into the future of the world with a ‘futurist’ mindset.

He appears regularly on CNBC Africa, ENCA, the SABC, 702, Classic FM, Business Day TV, BBC and in most major print newspapers in South Africa. He writes a regular column for Fin24.com and is the author of the acclaimed business book, “Tracking the Future”.

As Director of the Political Futures Consultancy, Daniel is widely regarded as one of South Africa’s foremost experts on the South African, African and Global political economy. With experience gained from academia, as a public representative and as a corporate consultant, he has developed an outstanding reputation as an expert on South Africa’s political and economic future, growth prospects for the African continent and in particular, global business trends. This includes looking into the future of the world with a ‘futurist’ mindset.

Analysis of the current and future business environment is essential – not only in preparing relevant strategies but also informing and educating all levels of staff and management around the complexities of domestic and global change. Daniel offers unique insights and information that will encourage business to adapt to a changing world and will empower delegates to better understand their complex environment.

“An incredibly insightful, intellectually stimulating talk to the senior management team of Barclays Africa. Not only did he captivate the audience through his unique sense of storytelling and presenting but he gave valuable insight into very relevant topics not only for Barclays but the wider macro environment. I could not recommend using Daniel enough for a presentation – completely worth it!” Claudia Gwinnutt, Barclays Africa Retail and Business Banking.

KEYNOTES:

  • The Brexit Effect – Economics, Politics and Global Change following the UK Referendum
  • South Africa – Uncharted Waters (and others)
  • Arise Africa: The Final Frontier? (and others)
  • Tracking the Future: Global Change 2050 (and others)
  • Global economic and political trends affecting your industry
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