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Transforming Business 2017 - Smart Technology

posted 27 Jun 2017, 21:06 by Info Manager   [ updated 27 Jun 2017, 22:28 by Gordon Kay ]
Post for the - Regional Development Australia - Barossa

Have you heard of BlockChain Technology, Cryptocurrency, Digital Garage, Data Driven Insights, Media Disruption, Social Media Minefield or the Fourth Industrial Revolution? These can revolutionise your business. RDA Barossa has organised one of the largest Smart Technology Conferences in 2017 to help you and your business understand and utilise these smart technology tools.

We have some of Australia’s top presenters from Microsoft, Google, StarCom, Deloitte, Incent, Datacom, IAGE, Social Media AOK and Country Arts, covering these areas on digital, software and social media topics. Google and Microsoft sit in the Top 4 Brands in the world today, this is a Smart Technology conference you do not want to miss!

Click here to read more about the speakers.

We will also run 3 workshops for you to choose between covering Office 365, WeChat (the World's 2nd largest Social Media Platform) and Understanding the use of Virtual Reality.

We currently have an early bird entry ticket of only $149pp (exp. 30 June), which includes presentations from 6 speakers, 3 Workshops, Lunch and a great networking opportunity.

If you interested in having an Expo stand, attached is a flyer on some of our great sponsorship package opportunities. A great way to promote your products to a captive market! These sponsorship packages are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment.

Invest in yourself and your business today and be updated in Smart Technology and how it effects your business.

Contact Phone : 08 8563 3603
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When : Thu 10/8/17 - 08:30 AM until Thu 10/8/17 - 06:00 PM

Where : Barossa Arts & Convention Centre, 130 Magnolia Road, Tanunda, SA

Price : $149 until 30th June. $195pp (Includes Lunch & Beverages)

Barossa Arts & Convention Centre

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