Public Sector Leaders
Public Sector Leaders, a Topco Publication, offers unique & unmatched marketing and communication opportunities
A new policy, recently approved by Cabinet, will unlock the potential of South Africa’s inland fisheries resources. This, in turn, will create jobs, add to economic development and help improve food security.
The Local Government Elections, which took place on 1 November, has seen a shakeup in the municipal governance landscape. With low voter turnout, the leading parties have seen an overall decrease in votes in favour of smaller parties.
The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is the annual international campaign which takes place between 25 November (the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women) and 10 December (Human Rights Day).
Public Sector Leader speaks to an audience with the highest level of authority government decision-makers. With a digital readership of 40 000 monthly, Public Sector Leader is the only specialised platform that offers a window of opportunity for marketers and communicators in both the public and private sectors to engage with a vast captive audience of senior government officials.
As a group, this audience presides over a procurement budget of more than R150 billion per annum and their requirement list includes both products and services from the corporate sector.
Their procurement decisions range from:
- RAcquiring Technology Solutions
- RLegal Services
- RPerformance Tools
- RAudit Services
- RCommunication Solutions
- RBuildings and Facilities
- REnvironmental Products
- RWaste-Management Solutions
By taking advantage of these opportunities, companies and marketers are offered a smarter way of reaching South Africa’s senior government officials. They cut through the clutter and differentiate themselves in the eyes of key senior public service Leaders. Create ROI by promoting your brand/organisation to decision makers in South Africa’s largest institution of Public Sector Leaders.
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