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Australian Business & IT Expo
- 03 July, 2008 07:00
<p>The face of contemporary business changes so rapidly these days that it can be difficult to find the best solutions for your unique set of issues.
Technology, established and new, presents business owners with enormous challenges in sorting through the many deciding factors including relevance, priority and cost.
The 2008 Australian Business and IT Expo (ABITE) held on 16 – 18 August, 2008, at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, Southbank, will be the single largest gathering of business owners, managers, entrepreneurs and IT professionals in Victoria.
Visitors will have access to a host of business development solutions to help them get the best value out of their daily operations and be able to make informed decisions on areas such as marketing, human resources and information technology.
Choose from seminars on technology risks, marketing, management and business finance, or speak face to face with one of the many exhibitors about a range of solutions for your business.
The spectrum of business services will be well represented at ABITE in the areas of Business Software, Marketing, Internet Providers & Web Technology, Workforce Planning, E-commerce, Advertising, Networking Groups, Internet & Network Security, Finance, Government Services, and Business Opportunities, among others.
The Australian Business & IT Expo is a key event of the Victorian Government’s Energise Enterprise Festival 2008.
For more information, visit www.abite.com.au. Visitors need not register. Tickets are available at the door for $10 each. Open 10am to 5pm daily.</p>
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