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Fayad KIng, Airtel Zambia's MD was keynote speaker at the ZIM Conference 2011 held at Chrisma Hotel Livingstone. In his presentaion entitled 'Marketing: The corporate Lifeline. He spoke on MAGIC...

Monetize... better
Acquire... better
Innovate... better
Guard... better
Communicate... better

Download the pdf from the link below
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Checkout the ZIM Conference 2011 presentations as rated by respondents who participated in the first ever online survey conducted by Zambia Institute of Marketing.
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ZIM congratulates the Award winner for 2011.
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Enjoy over 190 pics from the recent ZIM Conference held at Chrisma Hotel Livingstone.
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Zambia Institute of Marketing launched it's website, twitter,facebook, Linkedin and Google + ; Professional Zambian marketers' most trusted website with social media and mobile app.
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The Zambia Institute of Marketing is a membership organization regulating the practice of marketing in Zambia as provided for in the Zambia Institute of Marketing Act No. 14 of 2003. The Institute, according to the Act, is affiliated to the Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry and the Minister of the said Ministry serves as Patron. The broad operating moralities of the Institute will include:

A political stance: undertaking the operations of the Institute in the highest professional way possible without meddling the Institute in political affiliation or preferences

Impartiality and common good: promoting values and ideals that will foster professionalism, oneness and commitment of all members to ZIM. Promoting collaboration than competition, collaboration that transcends individual egos and interests, religion, gender, colour, race and ethnicity.

Capacity building: building competencies in new and old members in their areas of need through continuous professional development (CPD).

Networking: creating a web of useful relationships, building and positively challenging partners and friends, at local, national and international levels to be accompanied in development and wealth creation for the nation.

Effective communication: establishing conversation systems that will permit timely and effective exchange of views and information within and outside the Institute.