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Line up for Westpac Hi Tech Awards 2002


Last chance to reserve your seats for all three events of the prestigious Westpac Hi Tech Awards 2002!

If you work in the hi tech industry you can't afford to miss these top networking opportunities and celebration of hi tech excellence in Christchurch this weekend.

The three events of the Westpac Hi Tech Awards commence tomorrow night with the cocktail launch and Bright Sparks presentation at CPIT on Madras Street. This is followed the next day with the Hi Tech Forum at Rydges hotel and finishing with the Awards Ceremony dinner at the International Antarctic Centre.

There are still a few tickets available so if you want to come along you'd better hurry as the cut off for RSVP's is 12pm tomorrow !!! The Westpac Hi Tech Awards Ceremony is the pinnacle of three special events being held in Christchurch this weekend:

Cocktail Launch and Bright Sparks Awards Presentation (free to attend, but registration required) 5pm onwards on Friday 1 November - The Atrium at CPIT on Madras Street (just across from the Big Fresh car park entrance)

Hi Tech Industry Forum & lunch ($25 per person includes buffet lunch. Free to Ceremony ticket holders).

8.30 am registration for 9am start Saturday 2 November (Forum closes at 2pm) - at Rydges Hotel Speakers: Jon Labrie; Rod Oram; and two live video links to US speakers Kathleen Wilcox and Mark Stoermer)

Westpac Hi Tech Awards Ceremony Dinner ($125 per person, includes gala dinner and entrance to all Westpac Hi Tech 2002 events) 7pm onwards Saturday 2 November. Black tie gala dinner at the International Antarctic Visitors Centre. Reservations are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Call 0800 500 263 now or book online at http:// http://www.hitech.org.nz.


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