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Property, Investment Expo Lines Up Great Speakers

Media release from Hayley Media Ltd

PROPERTY & INVESTMENT EXPO 2005

For immediate release 12 May 2005

Property & Investment Expo Lines Up Great Speakers

Organisers of the 2005 Property & Investment Expo have confirmed that up to 40 free seminars will run alongside a wide and interesting array of exhibitors across the three day programme on May 20, 21 and 22.

Speakers for all seminars have now been confirmed, says Rachel Hobbs, one of Hayley Media’s expo management team.

“We’re delighted to have a number of well-known finance, investment and property industry experts providing these quality seminar presentations for visitors to the 2005 Property & Investment Expo,” says Ms Hobbs.

“With topics such as ‘establishing a property investment portfolio’ and ‘how property investors make money in the sharemarket’, it’s fair to say there’s pretty much something for everyone who wants to make sure their investment strategies are giving them the best possible returns in the current market.

“There are extremely practical seminars like Valuit director Warren Tucker’s presentation on ‘the facts of investment property depreciation’ and ‘what’s been happening on the Auckland rental market’ from Leonie Freeman, director of Interactive Property Management. Or you can head down the finance sector path and attend Aaron Brett’s seminar ‘an introduction to currency trading’ or ‘successful money management’ with Lisa Dudson, a published author and former Young Financial Planner of the Year.”

Run as two streams, the seminars are free for free to expo attendees as part of the entrance ticket cost says Ms Hobbs, who also confirms that there is an even greater array of exhibitors in the exhibition trade halls. “The calibre of the exhibitors will not disappoint people who are in the market to learn more about personal investment strategies; it’s a “must do” event for investors all over the Auckland region.”

The full seminar timetable is now available on the 2005 Property & Investment Expo’s website www.propertyandinvestmentexpo.co.nz. Entry to the expo is $18 per adult with free parking at the Ellerslie Convention Centre, within the grounds of the Ellerslie Race Course just off Greenlane motorway interchange.

ENDS

Background

Hayley Media Limited is a publishing/exhibition management company representing market-leading expertise in show organisation, management and marketing. The company specialises in the integration of exhibiting and targeted sector marketing communications. It has offices in Auckland and Sydney.

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