KKL-JNF World Marketing Conference 2012

This year's KKL-JNF World Marketing Conference (WMC), which will be based in Tel Aviv, and will run from 18th-23nd March, promises to be an exciting one, where future directions in marketing will be mapped and new developments in KKL-JNF's marketing strategies will be shared.

March 18, 2012 12:44

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The WMC, which is held every two years, serves an international platform for the exchange of strategies and ideas in promoting the essential work of KKL-JNF, and ensuring its continued support for generations to come.

The conference planning committee has aligned the conference program with Israel's vision of developing the Negev. KKL-JNF has taken upon itself a wide range of development projects in the Negev over the five coming years, and the conference aims to equip participants with a wide range of effective tools to support the organization in this endeavor.  Participants will visit the environmental projects they work to promote all year long.

The WMC 2012 will be a unique opportunity to learn and develop professionally, providing learning experiences both inside the conference room and out on the field. With this year's extensive and cutting edge program, there is no doubt that WMC 2012 will achieve its goals, enabling KKL-JNF to continue its life-changing work for the sake of people and their environment in Israel and around the world.

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