What We Do

Topco Media is a leader in South African business-to-business communication, where our primary service and product offerings i.e. Events and Publishing,

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  • Publications

    Our Publications educate; inform; foster relationships; and facilitate understanding on a range of topical issues and subjects.

  • Conferences

    Topco Media organises events that build business relationships needed to facilitate local economic growth and development.

  • Awards

    Topco’s awards foster strong business competition and give recognition to some of South Africa’s top businesses.

Awards and Conferences

We annually host Events where top companies are awarded for their prime performance. View Our Awards and Conferences sites.

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    Vision 2030

    Vision 2030 Publication 2015 In collaboration with the National Planning Commission Secretariat in the Department of the Presidency, Topco Media will produce the Vision 2030 book to examine, outline, unpack the NDP from both the private and public sector perspective

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    Public Sector Manager


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    Top Women in Business

    South Africa’s authority on gender empowerment. The Top Women publication identifies, researches and celebrates excellence in gender empowerment.

    The annual publication is the result of a process where our research department selects over 1500 gender-empowered companies to list and profile. The companies that meet our entry criteria include local and national government departments, educational institutions and State-owned enterprises.

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Organisational culture needs to be groomed and maintained

Culture is a core element of any organisation and should not be left unattended to morph and take its own shape. In an age where everything in an organisation can be copied by competitors, culture remains the one thing that cannot be duplicated. Seugnet van den Berg, MD at consulting firm Bizmod, says that an organisation’s culture needs to be designed, implemented and assessed. This allows it to be clearly established and can then be carried through in all areas of the company.