The Vinpro team worked hard at shifting perceptions and behaviour to effect positive change in businesses, communities, the industry and policy environment in the 2019/20 financial year – especially in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This according to Vinpro chairman Anton Smuts in the Vinpro Annual Report, which was distributed to members via e-mail and the South African Postal Service on 7 October 2020. The Annual Report provides an overview of the organization’s operational activities and financial position for the 2019/20 year under review.
The report also includes the notice and proxy form for the Vinpro Annual General Meeting, which will be presented digitally on 11 November 2020 at 09:00.
“In the spirit of our 2020 Nedbank Vinpro Information Day slogan Touch and Change, our team has worked hard at shifting perceptions and behaviour to effect positive change in businesses, communities, the industry and policy environment – even more so under the current circumstances,” Smuts says.
Within the context of Covid-19, we have directed our efforts to stop the bleeding, stabilise the industry and start rebuilding it. We’ve done this by tapping into our networks to influence and advocate, providing members with relevant updates and resources, guiding them through purpose-driven services and supporting individuals and businesses to reach new heights.