We are happy to announce that Trialogue, which is classified as a Qualifying Small Enterprise (QSE), has achieved a BBBEE rating of level 2, with 51% black ownership. This comes after the increase in shareholding by Vusi Khoza, as well as the continued shareholding of the Imvula education trust.
In addition, Trialogue has been appointed the CECP Global Exchange Local Authority for southern Africa. The CECP Global Exchange unites mission-driven corporate societal engagement organisations to advance the corporate sector as a force for good around the world. Trialogue has been recognised for its efforts in growing the sector by becoming one of the CECP’s Local Authorities.
Our 51% black ownership, along with the recognition from the CECP, positions Trialogue as an ideal supplier for local business. Please contact Kate Pallett (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to set up a meeting with Trialogue about potential collaborations.