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Bubbles & Christmas - Final Interactive Breakfast

Please join us for the final of the…

Unwired World Interactive Breakfast Series for 2002

Friday 13th December 8.30am - 10.30am - please note date and time change

The final Unwired World Breakfast for 2002 is almost upon us and we're planning a bigger than normal event to celebrate the end of this year's series.

This session will also look at the advances and their impact for 2003 on the Government, education, business and creative sectors as a result of the major changes in 2002.

Join twelve leaders from the 'Wireless World' in a facilitated discussion by Jill van Nortwick.

Changes in the Wireless Environment 2002 - Come and hear the leaders tell you something personal, something positive, an observations or a progress step from their world and how these changes have impacted on them and their organisation... after all a lot has happened this year!

There will also be an opportunity to view a good range of wireless applications. Any one wanting to demonstrate something new please contact (e)-vison to discuss

Bubbles and Xmas fare

We look forward to seeing you on Friday the 13th December

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This series is the professional development series for the business, education, government, and creative sectors, focusing on the topic area of the Unwired World.

Each month a new unwired technology will be explored, with 1 or 2 leading thinkers taking the audience to a higher level of understanding about the technology. In turn they will look at the consequences the technology has on, and is influenced by the activity of the different sectors.

The Interactive Breakfast Seminars are presented by (e)-vision in partnership with MediaLab, supported by Clemenger BBDO, Ericsson and Industry New Zealand.

See http://www.evision.org.nz/breakfasts/ for further information.

Book by emailing us at bookings@evision.org.nz

Cost is $15 per session - strictly cash or cheque at the door.

All sessions are held at (e)-vision

Please feel free to call us if you'd like further information on 04 384 3550. And, if you no longer need to be our mailing list, or would like to offer feedback please email us : mailto:info@evision.org.nz

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(e)-vision Digital Media Centre for Communication Art and Technology

http://www.evision.org.nz/
mailto:info@evision.org.nz

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