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JB Were Adviser Insight Seminar

Wellington

Wednesday, April 4th 2001, 3:39PM
J B Were & Son Investment Management’s ceo, Michael Clarke, will discuss how the investment market is likely to change over the next five years and will look at how your clients can participate in significant emerging investment opportunities.
This will be followed by the keynote speaker: John Lees presenting Succeeding…on Purpose! Lees will be offering original and refreshing strategies to help you improve your business.
Breakfast meetings, venue to be confirmed. For further information contact Martin Allison on 09 980 1328 or email
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