The SADC Summit will take place from 16-17 August this year in Luanda, Angola. This annual event provides an opportunity to profile the region as an entirety through the established SADC Summit Report.
The Summit will take place against the backdrop of the 30th anniversary celebrations of the founding of SADC as an economic region. During this period, SADC has recorded major successes in the socio-political and economic development of the region.
RedPepper PR, an associate of GVPedia.com African Division - publishers of the Best of book series in Africa - has been awarded the tender to manage and produce the SADC Summit Report 2011.
The new-look 30th Anniversary edition of the SADC Summit Report provides an ideal platform for companies who are gearing up for growth in the SADC region, and as a result, features exclusive advertising. With the print date set at the end of July, time and space are limited.
The report will be distributed at the 2011 Ordinary Summit of SADC Heads of State and Government. With an official connection to the World Trade Centres in Africa, the platform has never been as sturdy as a result of its burgeoning reach.
History of the SADC Summit Report
This annual publication has been around for decades as a showcase of the region's success stories and as an inspiration to the people and leadership of the region. It presents the SADC community and region as one solid, borderless market for trade and social development to aspiring enterprises. It's a platform which links together and exposes possible partnerships; bringing to life the dream and vision of a united people. The readers of the publication are introduced to the real change-makers and various industry leaders that affect the lives of millions.
The report will also be available as an electronic report (e-report) on our international websites - attracting millions of international readers with an interest in Africa.
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