Hyve African Oil Week 2019

Hyve African Oil Week 2019. Farm Design Events was honoured to design, co-ordinate and manage both the Symposium and The Caltex Gala Dinner. The one hundred delegates  included many Heads of State, so security and protocol played a major role in the operations of the event.Hosted by FNB at Portside in the CBD. The Symposium ran from 09.00 to 16.00. All Audio Visual ran various presentations and videos, including questions and answers.

Delegates networking and enjoying canapes before the Gala Dinner.

FNB Portside towers high above the CBD with spectacular views on the West along the Atlantic Seaboard. Views to the East  towards the Cape Winelands.

Relaxing in the the FNB lounges between the symposium and dinner
South African Jazz band entertains during cocktails.

The South African National flower the King Protea providing floral decor in the FNB lounge

The signature wall in the entrance to the Caltex Gala Dinner.

Chefs hard at working plating the starter for dinner.

Views of Lions Head from the FNB Portside, Caltex napkin rings  made by Ikamva Labantu https://ikamva.org.za/who-we-are/#about

Table decor featured sequin table cloths in navy, crystal glassware,  crisp white linen napkins and rose red center pieces.

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