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This profile was last updated on 12/14/13  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Ms. Lee-Anne Bac

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Governing Board Member

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Background

Employment History

  • Head of Property Advisory
    Grant Thornton

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Grant Thornton
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Web References
Governing Board | GTTPSA
www.gttpsa.org, 14 Dec 2013 [cached]
Inserts: Lee-Anne Bac, Lulamile Stuurman
Some of the members of the Governing Board are profiled below:
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GRANT THORNTON STRATEGIG SOLUTIONS
LEE-ANNE BAC
Lee-Anne Bac is a director of the Grant Thornton research-based consulting service line and is a strategic research expert. She joined Grant Thornton in 1997 and was appointed a director in 1999. Lee-Anne is responsible for feasibility studies, business plans, economic and social impact assessments, business valuations, market and social research, human resource development strategies, skills needs and demand assessments, property consulting and strategic management consulting.
Lee-Anne Bac, the head of ...
www.iol.co.za:80, 19 June 2012 [cached]
Lee-Anne Bac, the head of property advisory at Grant Thornton, said these low levels of optimism were a reflection of the tough trading conditions faced by both the property and construction industries.
"A reduction in orders due to the generally sluggish economy has impacted on these sectors and while we know that (the) government's infrastructure upgrade is in the pipeline, there is no clear indication of when projects will be launched, compounding concerns about the future," she said.
The report showed that the most significant constraints to doing business in the property and construction sectors were regulations and red tape (49 percent), the lack of availability of a skilled workforce (40 percent) and a shortage of demand (36 percent).
Bac said although these were the top constraints identified, they were particularly pertinent to the property and construction sectors.
"Over-regulation also has a real stranglehold on this sector, which could lead to further stagnation if not addressed," she said.
Lee-Anne Bac, principal, ...
www.HotelNewsNow.com, 1 Oct 2013 [cached]
Lee-Anne Bac, principal, Grant Thornton: "The four 'Ps' to consider when doing business in Africa are population, place, partners and patience."
"These low levels of optimism are ...
www.property24.com, 27 June 2012 [cached]
"These low levels of optimism are a reflection of the tough trading conditions faced by both the property and construction industries," says Lee-Anne Bac, head of property advisory at Grant Thornton.
Bac explains that a reduction in orders due to the generally sluggish economy has impacted on these sectors and while government's infrastructure upgrade is in the pipeline there is no clear indication of when projects will be launched, compounding concerns about the future.
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Over regulation also has a real strangle-hold on this sector, which could lead to further stagnation if not addressed, says Bac.
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Bac says these findings show that local property and construction businesses are focusing on business fundamentals - looking to increase turnover and profitability - to improve performance.
While this is no different to the strategies employed by business owners in general, it is clear that property and construction businesses see limited opportunity in increasing pricing.
On strategies to improve business performance, business owners in the property and construction sector recorded 56 percent to increase turnover/revenue, increase profitability (53 percent), increase investment in plant and machinery (49 percent), increase research and development (36 percent), increase in selling prices (33 percent), increase employment (27 percent), increase investment in new buildings (25 percent) and increase exports (9 percent).
"This is typical of a stressed and highly competitive sector and business owners clearly feel they have limited room to manoeuvre in increasing prices and the sector is still demand driven or a buyers' market," says Bac.
So while times remain tough, property and construction businesses are focusing on existing assets and investing in building renovations and machinery.
"Typically not many are investing in new buildings, but rather consolidating and improving their current assets in order to be more attractive to potential tenants or clients as the economy turns," adds Bac.
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www.backinafrica.com, 23 June 2012 [cached]
"The research will provide valuable insights into the preferences of different segments of the international and domestic tourism markets, which will allow tourism product owners, destination marketing organisations and relevant authorities to market the destinations more accurately, effectively and profitably," says Lee-Anne Bac, Project Manager at Grant Thornton.
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