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Annual Australasian MYOB Partner Connect 2014

Annual Australasian MYOB Partner Connect 2014

More than 800 bookkeepers and certified consultants have registered to date for the Australasian MYOB Partner Connect 2014 conference. Kicking off in Wellington on 8 August, Australasia’s leading business management solutions provider will share insights, information and MYOB solutions to help advisors and partners deliver real value to their business and their clients.

The events include presentations the MYOB executive team, as well as high profile MC Katheren Leitner at the Katheren Leitner (New Zealand)

Wellington

Katheren brings 25 years’ experience in sales, people development and business strategy to Partner Connect. She is director of performance improvement company TrainingPlus and a regular facilitator in the Biz Training program, supporting the development of small to medium businesses. Katheren is also a lecturer for the Department of Marketing and Management at Unitec.

Locations, dates and registration details

MYOB Partner Connect will take place in Wellington in New Zealand and in eight locations in Australia on 8 - 29 August 2014. For more info and to register, visit http://myob.com/partnerconnect For MYOB product information, research results, business tips, discussions, client service and more visit the MYOB website, or its blog, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube sites. #MYOB2014

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