An international networking and study forum

The AMALI City Leadership Programme offers a year-long programme that supports mayors from accross Africa in honing the visions for their cities. The participating mayors gain clarity on the teams and tools required to successfully implement their plans and secure support from their constituents and key stakeholders. The Leadership Forum is a four-day event and is held annually.

For the second year in a row, Farm Design Events was entrusted to create a suitable environment for this forum. Empty spaces were furnished and decorated to suit.

The atrium at the UCT’s d-school was designed as a casual space for meetings and refreshments.

The client’s brief was to create an upmarket space conducive to discussion and team building. Information screens, audiovisual and translation services also had to be included.

Refreshments were supplied throughout the day, and special lunch menus were created to satisfy all dietary requirements.

As delegates came from across Africa, translation services were required.

Farm Design Events can provide any and all of the services below for a conference:

  • Sourcing of venues
  • Event design – look and feel
  • Furniture – supplying and installation of all furniture
  • Audio visual
  • Simultaneous translation services and infrastructure
  • Catering Main meals
  • Supplying snacks and drinks, coffee stations
  • Security
  • Staffing
  • Conference collateral – bags, lanyards, notebooks, etc.
  • Overall co-ordination
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