Gladstone event companies set to work together

FESTIVALS will be collaborated on closely between two of Gladstone's promotional bodies.

Gladstone Area Promotion and Development Limited and Gladstone Festival and Events signed an inaugural Memorandum of Understanding for broader co-operation between the organisations.

GAPDL chairman Mark Spearing and GFE president Raymond Lewis announced the focus of the MOU was to develop closer collaboration, and avoid divergence and duplications in order to provide high quality business support, education and economic development to the region.

Each organisation will continue to operate as separate organisations, but will actively seek opportunities to work together.

Topics:  business, gladstone area promotion and development limited, gladstone festival and events, memorandum of understanding

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