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How to take your business to the next level

How to take your business to the next level

Fredrik Haren, voted as the best speaker in Sweden, can help companies and government alike with his talk on how to attract international business and how to internationalize the reach of a country. 


The Professional Speaker Association of Namibia (PSAN) is starting the year with a big splash. Next week Wednesday 25 January 2017, four highly rated international speakers will be in Windhoek for a Speakers Conference targetting the private sector and the government.

Accomplished international speakers Dr Mark Manley, Fredrik Haren, Hano Jacobs and Dr Gustav Gous come together for this first of a kind Namibian conference where the focus is on “Taking your business to the next level.” The afternoon session will be moderated by local speaker and coach, Sam Shivute of the Bank of Namibia.

About Fredrik Haren

Fredrik Haren is an author and keynote speaker on Business Creativity, Change and Global Business. He has delivered 2,000 presentations in over 60 countries on 6 continents. He was voted Speaker of The Year in Sweden as well as selected as one of the “The Best Swedish Speakers Ever”. He is a CSP (Certified Speaking Professional), one of 700 globally as well as GSPGlobal, one of only 30 globally.

He is the author of 9 books, including “The Idea Book” which was included in “The 100 Best Business Books of All Time”. His latest book is called “One World. One Company”.

In 2016 Fredrik spoke at 23 international conferences.

About Dr Mark Manley

Dr Mark Manley has led his own consultancy since 1988 specialising in the areas of Strategy, Leadership and Transformation.

He works in high level processes, leading and speaking at seminars and conferences, coaching, and conducting tutorials.

In addition to business clients and leadership coaching, Mark works intensely with some of the key leaders in South Africa, particularly those that have a great impact in the economy.

He has done presentations in over 40 countries.

More information can be obtained by sending a mail to Dr Gustav Gous at [email protected].


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