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Event: Benchmarking Best Practice in Local Government 2012

Insync Surveys is committed to helping local governments achieve best practice through improving organisational performance.

Continuing our long-standing support of the industry, we’re looking forward to exhibiting at this year’s Benchmarking Best Practice conference.

The exhibition start on Wednesday 18 July until Thursday 19 July at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne.

Speakers include some of our clients such as Ian Mackinlay from Woollahra Council, Marg Burge from Bayside City Council and Glenn Learmont from Gunnedah Shire Council.

If you’re attending the conference next week, please come by our stand (number 6) and say hello to Michael Melki and Insync Surveys’ Local Government specialist team.

We will have sample reports and scorecards for you to look at, plus you can see how your council measures up against our LGBEN benchmark chart. We’re also giving away a great prize so make sure you leave your business card for a chance to win.

We look forward to seeing you at the conference.

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