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Ask Jim - Innovate On The Road & In Schools

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Creating the best small country in the world

From the Deputy Prime Minister, Jim Anderton, Minister for Economic, Industry and Regional Development, on Coalition Government economic, regional and industry development.

5 June 2002 / special advisory

Innovate On The Road And Innovate In Schools

Join the live internet broadcast and ask questions!

1 Innovate on the road 5:30pm 6 June 2002

Following the success of the Innovate event – Innovate is going on the road to regions.

The event is being webcast from the Bay of Plenty tomorrow 6 June 5;30 pm:

http://www.pbsnz.com/client/moed/bop_live.htm

There are details on the site of how you can ask Jim Anderton questions on innovation and economic, industry and regional development.

Or go to:
Chamber of Commerce site http://www.tauranga.org.nz /
The event is organised by Priority One, Western BOP Inc, the Chamber of Commerce, Industry NZ and MED.

2 Innovate at School 1:30 pm 6 June 2002
Interactive webcast to schools in Bay of Plenty region.

http://www.pbsnz.com/client/moed/bop_live.htm


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