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4th Municipal Local Economic Development Summit 2013
Start Date: Oct 07, 2013
End Date: Oct 07, 2013
Venue: East London International Convention Centre
Description: The Local Government Business Network (LGBN)will gather key decision makers from municipalities, corporate and government at the 4th Municipal Local Economic Development Summit 2013 on 11-12th November 2013, at the East London International Convention Centre, in the Buffalo City Metro area of Jurisdiction.

The Role of State Owned Enterprises in Advancing Local and Regional Economic Development forms a major discussion at this Summit themed ""Developing Local Economies through Infrastructure and Innovation"

We kindly request Centre for Public Service Innovation(CPSI) to exhibit or support the LGBN in hosting the 4th installment of the summit or forward a delegation to the summit that will gain insurmountable insight into the opportunities and challenges facing municipalities in developing their local economies and infrastructure.

Please find attached our proposal for your participation, or kindly contact us at 011 039 2211 or 082 474 3748 or email me or Bainang at bainang@lgbn.co.za.

We look forward to your participation.

Kind Regards

Motlatsi Monageng
Local Government Business Network
LGBN - Government and SEO Relations
Tel : 011 039 2211
Fax : 086 751 9688
Email - bainang@lgbn.co.za

Website: http://www.lgbn.co.za/
Created By: CPSI
Organizers: The Local Government Business Network (LGBN)
Participation Requirements: Open

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