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2005 Property & Investment Expo Expands To 3 Days

2005 Property & Investment Expo Expands To Three Days

Following the great reception for the inaugural Property & Investment Expo in May 2004 from attendees and exhibitors alike, Hayley Media has announced the 2005 Property & Investment Expo will run for three days in May 2005.

Debbie Lloyd, Hayley Media’s exhibition sales manager, says exhibitor and attendee feedback from the 2004 expo was extremely positive and the decision to run the expo over three days was already proving popular with potential exhibitors.

“The 2004 Property & Investment Expo ran on a Friday and a Saturday and attracted a strong audience of people genuinely interested in learning more about financial and property investment opportunities. The variety and depth of knowledge available to expo attendees through the seminar and workshop programme was also very favourably commented upon,” says Ms Lloyd.

“This year the Property & Investment Expo will run from Friday 20 May to Sunday 22 May at the Ellerslie Convention Centre in the Ellerslie Racecourse complex – a venue which suited this expo very well last year.

“Once again, we will aim a great line-up of respected finance and property industry experts speaking as part of our three day seminar programme. Expo attendees can attend any of the seminars at no extra cost over their ticket purchase. Our post-event research showed attendees really valued the opportunity to stroll at their own pace around the exhibitors’ stands and gather information to help them with their own investment plans.”

Ms Lloyd adds: “Interest from exhibitors is already strong and we’re looking forward to having strong representation from many sectors of the finance, investment and property sectors.”

More details on the 2005 Property & Investment Expo can also be found on the Internet by visiting

A limited number of exhibition spaces are still available and those interested in finding out more about exhibiting at the 2005 Property & Investment Expo are invited to contact Ms Lloyd on (09) 306-2360 or

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