Carole Rossetti
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  • South Africa

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Personal history with South Africa and France
I am French and after an MBA exchange programme at the Stellenbosch Business School I decided to come back, this time without a return ticket. I work now for Methys as a Social Commerce Consultant
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French projects participating to Cape Town World Design Capital

Posted on May 14, 2014 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

Cape Town World Design Capital celebrates the transformation of a city that was previously divided by the social engineering of apartheid and that is reinventing itself through design. This was the original vision of the bidding team who decided to run for the title in 2011 and was awarded by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design (ICSID). Besides its original aim, Cape Town design capital also represents the pride of the first city in Africa…


New Start for South Africa

Posted on March 12, 2014 at 3:42pm 0 Comments

2014 will be a transition year for South Africa. 20 year after the fall of Apartheid, the country has become the first economic partner of France in Sub-Saharan Africa. Reciprocally, France is only the 3rd European partner and 9th global partner of South Africa. Some French entrepreneurs based in Cape Town and Johannesburg share their optimistic views on the increasing business opportunities between France and South Africa.…


What's the future outlooks for the automotive industry in South Africa?

Posted on February 11, 2014 at 3:12pm 0 Comments

Since the crisis of 2008, the automotive industry has been under a tremendous price pressure in a context of low volume. If we add to this the challenges of a volatile Rand which converts into high inflation, and repetitive social conflicts, this make the situation of being an automotive supplier in South Africa a tough one. Here are some learning from a past…


The Top 8 Businesses and Individuals Building a Dynamic French business Landscape in the Western Cape

Posted on January 10, 2014 at 3:53pm 1 Comment

To celebrate the first anniversary of the Cap40, the association organised a series of Business Awards that acknowledge outstanding businesses and individuals who participate at creating a dynamic and successful French-South African Business landscape in the Western Cape.  The purpose of these awards was to give more visibility to business links and joint private initiatives between France and South Africa in the Western Cape. A jury of 8 Cap40 founders nominated a number of…


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At 11:37am on February 1, 2013, Patrick Mahue said…

Hi Carole,

Never got the invitation for this one until 16h07.

Can you change my settings to make sure that I get emails every time something pops up on the site.

Now seeing all the exchanges and regret missing it.



Patrick Mahue
C: +27 (0)82 068 8297
Skype ID: pmahue

At 3:17pm on February 1, 2013, Georges Gombay said…

Hello Patrick,

I am sorry that you could not come and we missed you.

Perhaps you are not very clear over the concept of the settings.  These operate on a self-service basis.  You adjust your settings from your own profile ("My Page" tab).

On that tab of your own page navigate to the top right hand corner, where you will find the icon for "settings."

When you click on this you get taken to your settings page where you will see a number of additional icons in the top left hand corner.

Select there the one labelled "email".  The resulting page will allow you to set your preferences for the kind of notifications you wish to get.

Communities such as ours who have chosen to go with the NIng product for their web site benefit from the many advantages supplied by that software. The tradeoff for the relatively low cost, rapidity and ease of use is that we are at the same restricted by the constraints inherent in that software.

So regretfully you will need to make do with what you  find on your settings' page.

Your cordially,


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