Theo Baloyi elected as a new board member for the SACSC
South African entrepreneur, and the founder and chief executive officer of Bathu Shoes, Theo Baloyi, has been elected as a new board member/director for the South African Council of Shopping Centres (SACSC).
I am happy to announce that I have been elected as a new board member/director for the South African Council of Shopping Centres (SACSC). I was offered the opportunity to take this seat last year but I had to pass it on as I was overly committed for FY21/22. I am looking forward to contributing to the board, implementing ground-breaking solutions that cement the retail landscape as a key contributor to the South African society and learning from my fellow members.Says Theo Baloyi.
About South African Council of Shopping Centres
Committed to Individual Success and Communication
At SACSC, they put members first and are committed to their success. They aim to satisfy the needs and preferences of each of members. They also always recognise the unique culture of members’ environments and their assets. They recognise excellence through various awards programmes. SACSC believes that the best way to help members achieve their goals is by creating, nurturing and sustaining the industry and the relationships within.
They help create and nurture partnerships of mutual benefit by improving communication between members. They develop and increase their membership base across all cultures and areas of influence.
Recognising Achievements and Celebrating Excellence
In an effort to promote and achieve shopping centre marketing initiatives excellence, they have introduced the Spectrum Awards, an holistic celebration across all disciplines and all sectors, incorporating the:
- Retail Design & Development Awards, which recognises outstanding achievements in design and architecture.
- Footprint Awards, which recognises retail marketing initiatives.