Times on board as media partners for TOPEX

Eseta Nadakuitavuki (left) of TOPEX thanks Publisher/Managing Director of Fiji Times Hanks Arts after signing of the MOU yesterday. Picture: RAMA

THE 2018 Top Executives (TOPEX) conference is expected to provide participants two days to deliberate on how they can improve the economy, especially the private sector.

Chairwoman for the 2018 TOPEX committee, Eseta Nadakuitavuki, said this year they had about 180 participants however she confirmed that registration was still open for those who wished to be part of the conference.

This year The Fiji Times has come on board as media partners for the conference and Ms Nadakuitavuki said they were excited about the partnership.

The Fiji Times general manager and publisher Hank Arts said they were pleased to be able to sponsor the conference as it brought them closer to their business partners. And as participants as well as sponsors, it would allow the newspaper the benefits of being part of the business community.

“TOPEX is extremely well organised with great topics and a range of well-informed speakers. “The Fiji Times business team will also be part of bringing this to our business readers around the country and on our new digital network around the world.

“We are and must remain part of the business community, support and working together for the success of this conference provides an ideal platform to achieve this,” said Mr Arts.

Meanwhile, Ms Nadakuitavuki said the program would start tomorrow evening and would be officially opened by Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism Faiyaz Koya with the official program starting on Friday. The 2018 TOPEX will be held at the Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa on Denarau.