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Partnerships Week & PM’s Awards


Monday, 19th July 2004 at 1:07 pm
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It's Partnerships Week (19 –23 July) around Australia and part of the celebrations will include the presentation of State and Territory Awards winners of the Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Community Business Partnerships.

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Partnerships Week & PM’s Awards
Monday, 19th July 2004 at 1:07 pm

It’s Partnerships Week (19 –23 July) around Australia and part of the celebrations will include the presentation of State and Territory Awards winners of the Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Community Business Partnerships.

Successful partnerships have been formed with business and community groups of all sizes and from all sectors of the community.

Partnerships Week is designed to:
– explain community business partnerships
– explain the benefits of community business partnerships to both the businesses and the community organisations
– provide practical advice about starting a partnership or strengthening an existing partnership

Individual Community Business Day activities include public forums, displays, seminars and professional development sessions.

For information on Partnerships Week go to http://www.partnership.zip.com.au/events/events_cbp_week.shtml.




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