Committees

Why Join a Committee?

Through committees and think-tank groups, members with similar business interests or working within the same industry can share information, exchange ideas and develop common actions to the benefit of their business and sectors. Being a committee member is a unique opportunity to get first-hand business information through the sharing of professional experiences and industry updates.

FSACCI has 8 Committees.

FSACCI Committees

HR Committee

The Human Resources Committee aims to serve French Chamber members in the areas of knowledge and experience-sharing within...

Women in Business

The Women in Business Committee was launched to enable women of different nationalities, working and living in South Africa,...

Marketing Committee

Events, marketing trends, strategy design and implementation - explore it all with this avant-garde committee.

Hospitality, Food and Beverage

This Committee is an opportunity for Hospitality and F&B representative (Wine importers and producers, Food importers and...

Digital Committee

The Digital & Innovations Committee organises meetings and breakfast talks on new tools and trends related to the marketing &...

Legal Committee

The Legal Committee gathers professionals with legal background and expertise; it aims at exchanging information and...

Construction sector Committee

The Construction sector Committee gathers professionals working in Construction, Building, Engineering, Electronics and...

B-BBEE Committee

In the decades before South Africa achieved democracy in 1994, the apartheid government systematically excluded African,...

French Energy Forum

The French Energy Forum aims to serve French Chamber members in the areas of knowledge and experience-sharing within the...

*COMPETITION ACT NOTICE  
In terms of FSACCI’s rules, FSACCI members are required, at all times, to ensure that they are fully compliant with the Competition Act.  In this regard, FSACCI and its members will not engage in any discussion, activity or conduct that may contravene any provisions of the Competition Act.  In particular, members shall not discuss, communicate or exchange any commercially sensitive information, including non-public information relating to prices, marketing and advertisement strategy, costs and revenues, trading terms and conditions, purchasing strategies, terms of supply, or distribution strategies.  This applies not only to interactions in the context of formal Committees meetings but also to discussions, communications or exchanges between members before, during or after Committees meetings.