The ticket types are Meet & Greet, Conference, Conferences, and Gala Dinner. Tickets sales start on March 15th, 2016, get yours as soon as possible.
Yes, for students who can prove their eligibility (usually with student card). To purchase a student ticket, you must email us at to request the purchase link.
The TROPICS BUSINESS SUMMIT is composed of three events, each of which requires an invitation and/or a ticket: Meet & Greet, Conference, and Gala Dinner. Buy tickets for the events which are of interest to you.
Unfortunately, we are unable to offer refunds. Ticket transfers are accepted until 2/07/2017.
TROPICS BUSINESS SUMMIT 2017 has various types of sponsorship: direct and media are two of those option.
  • Direct sponsors contribute funds that will be used towards the operations of the conference. According to the tier of sponsorship, direct sponsors receive recognition, tickets, VIP access, priority in recruiting attendees, and other benefits.
  • Media sponsors generally contribute ad dollars used in promoting the conference’s mission and theme. Media sponsors receive recognition as well as other benefits.
For direct sponsorship, please fill out the contact form.
We will keep the website updated as keynote speakers are confirmed.
Please submit your suggestion on our Contact Us page. We welcome your participation, thank you!
We will keep the website updated as panels and panellists are confirmed. Kindly keep an eye on the AGENDA tab to read our final program.
We suggest arriving in the morning/early afternoon of Wednesday 18th October 2017.
We suggest staying in South Africa until at least the morning of Monday, 23rd October 2017.
Reach out to others on the Facebook event page to help you network prior to the conference.
We can offer a letter to support your visa application once you register and pay. Reach out via the Contact Us page.
We can share hotel recommendations and discounts with you vis email. Please let us know you specs and requirements first and we will advise accordingly.
We suggest staying in South Africa until at least the morning of Monday, 23rd October 2017.