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Sector support, growth and sustainability Print E-mail
16 February 2009
Stimulating growth in the call centre industry, is a sector support focus area

THE Sector Support Directorate is mandated to create an enabling environment for key city industries that have the potential to significantly contribute to job creation, skills development, establishment and growth of small and large business, and support Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) firms within the seven regions of the City of Johannesburg. Sector support focuses on performing, declining and emerging business sectors that will benefit the City and its private and business citizens.

Competitiveness is the key focus of Sector Support.  The Directorate interfaces with Sector Specific Associations in order to identify and provide proactive support to enhance the competitiveness of the City’s priority economic sectors and to ensure that they are able to compete within a national, continental and global market.

The following have been assessed as economic drivers for the City’s economic growth:
  • Banking & Finance
  • Business Services
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Business Process Outsourcing
  • Freight and Logistics
  • Tourism  
  • Creative Industries
  • Manufacturing
  • Mining Beneficiation

For further information contact:

Monique D Griffith
Director: Sector Support, Growth Sustainability & Projects
Department of Economic Development
5th Floor Jorissen Place
66 Jorissen Street
011 358 3484/ 3692
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