Save the Date: Liveable Cities Labs Session on the Value and Use of Data for Managing LGUs

By LCP Secretariat
August 25, 2020

Reference No. (2020-07-40)

FOR : All Honorable Mayors
FROM : The LCP National President
RE : Save the Date: Liveable Cities Labs Session on the Value and Use of Data for Managing LGUs
DATE: 25 August 2020



I am inviting city mayors and LGU officers to support the Liveable Cities Labs co-organized by the LCP by attending the fourth webinar of the online series entitled Data Analytics 101: The Value and Use of Data for Managing LGUs on 02 September 2020 (Wednesday) from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.


The online session will discuss the importance of collecting timely and quality data, analytics, and the value of data science for cities. Our partners from the Liveable Cities Challenge will be assembling a team of data science experts and institutions which collect data on cities to help them build up capacity for planning and design of city services. The League will also be presenting its flagship project called the LCP City Database Project to highlight the value of data for cities.


Those interested to attend may visit to register. Alternatively, you may get in touch with the event secretariat at


Thank you very much.



Hon. Mayor Bing Leonardia

LCP National President

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