Opportunity to get inspired by PechaKucha in Cape Town

PechaKucha Cape Town (PKCT) holds its 43rd event featuring some remarkable and inspiring Capetonians on Tuesday night.

City Organiser for PechaKucha Cape Town, Andrew Cole, says the idea behind PechaKucha is to "chit-chat".

PechaKucha presentations involves 20 slides, each displayed for 20 seconds to catalyse a high-energy, low-key networking event.

Cole says there is a wide range of speakers lined up for the night, and there will be a few surprises for the audience.

Listen to the full interview with Andrew Cole below for details...

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