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Guide to settling in New Zealand successfully

Guide to settling in New Zealand successfully

Under one roof over a 100 exhibitors and community groups

Who should attend: Settled migrants, new arrivals, refugees and international students

One Day Only: Saturday 15th October 2005, Alexandra Park Conference Centre, Greenlane West Road, Greenlane, Free Entry!

Show Updates: Visit www.migrantexpo.co.nz for exhibitor list, seminar programme, performances, presentations, prizes, etc. Also read what people say about the Expo: ³I wish this expo was organised 5 years ago²

An exclusive exhibition fully focussed towards Migrant settlement will be held for the third time in Auckland at the Alexandra Park Conference Centre on 15th October 2005 from 10am-5pm. Named the Migrant Expo, the exhibition launched in Auckland in October last year, is organised by Migrant News. Entry to the show is free of charge.

Migrant Expo will showcase the following pavilions:
a) Education & Training - the latest educational products and courses, Language CDs, English Language courses, IT, MYOB and more
b) Job Fair - featuring employment agencies, career advice and some employers (this Pavilion is attracting more exhibitors and visitors at each show)
c) Business Migrant - products, services and business opportunities that will interest those with an entrepreneurial spirit. Includes banking and insurance
d) Settlement - Government Departments, resource centres, migrant health
e) Immigration Matters Immigration agents, Lawyers, plus the NZ Immigration Service and NZ Association for Migration and Investment
f) Community Hall featuring community groups Hall 2
g) Products and services, food tasting and more Hall 2
h) Non-stop multicultural entertainment Hall 2
More details of the show is available at www.migrantexpo.co.nz

Platinum Sponsors of the event are ASB Bank (who sponsored the first) and Woosh. Unitec is a Gold Sponsor for the second time.

Commenting on the 3rd exhibition, T. Raines the Marketing Manager for Migrant News said: "The Migrant Expo is clearly emerging as the leading event for information gathering for settled migrants, new settlers, refugees and overseas students.

"This time round, more exhibition booths are featured because the show is gradually evolving into more than a showcase for settlement services. It is becoming more of a family event with something for everybody.²

Enquiries about the exhibition can be made to Andrew Lee at Migrant News
Tel : 443 7886
Email : migrantnews@xtra.co.nz
Complete details of the exhibition available at www.migrantexpo.co.nz

Related website: http://www.migrantnews.co.nz

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