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Science Village marks 1 year by aiming to raise its profile

Friday, December 09, 2016 1:03 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

“Closing the centre, it’s no question, we won’t be closing the centre,” he said.
Rather, he said the centre relies on membership fees to determine what type of equipment they can purchase and what activities they can offer.

“Within three months, our target is 2,000 and we’re getting up to the target,” the president said of their goal, noting that a number of memberships have been purchased since they began the campaign in October.

In order to reach their goal, Garwah said they have enlisted the help of a professional marketing team. Read more


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