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PIMC champions a Business Conference – “A solutions perspective”

Zimbabwean consultancy company Proxel International Management Consultancy are planning to host a business conference on 11 March, 2016 themed ‘Business challenges; a solutions perspective’ to be held at the Rainbow Towers, Harare.

Key points of the conference will address topics such as;

  1. How to remunerate the streamlined staff in a deflationary economy,
  2. Survival techniques in the current economic environment,
  3. The role of quality standards in promoting business.
Proxel International Management Consultants

Proxel International Management Consultants

The Hon Minister Mike Bimha, the Minister of Industry and Commerce who will be the keynote speaker address and expected to address efforts of government to put industry of  a growth path.

This conference will make a keen interest on the skills migration or export, capital liquidity, corporate closures and lately the spate labour related challenges. With the speakers panel assembled with the cold-hard steel giants of the the country’s business and industry executives including Eve Gadzikwa (SAZ), Chris Mugaga (ZNCC) among the list, undoubtably the podium will be a “No Holds Barred” blazing pulpit.

For more information on the conference, booking and reservations, visit Proxel International Management Consultants on Harare – (04) 792496, email: faith@proxeltraining.co.zw or visit them at Suit 3 Livingstone Inn, cnr. Livingstone Ave & 3rd Street, Harare.

Solutions have to be found if Zimbabwean industry is to reclaim its rightful place in the national development agenda! This conference is aimed at ensuring that industry recuperates at all costs.


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