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Issue Date: August 2004

A bumper Loeries marketing festival for 2004

1 August 2004

The Loeries advertising awards have always attracted the brightest and the best of our local advertising and marketing fraternity for the annual industry mega-celebration at Sun City. This year, however, the Marketing Federation of SA (MFSA), hopes to attract a broader cross-section of the marketing and communications industry by laying on a programme of events across three days in October at Sun City. A host of international speakers, seminars and workshops will be presented on marketing, advertising, design and other creative issues, from a local, global and African perspective - in addition to the three evenings of awards and not-to-be-missed afterparties! Read our story in Marketing this month and go to www.loeries.co.za to find out more.
Enjoy!
Louise Marsland, editor MarketingX


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