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NZ eXpo Conference for Macintosh users 2004


NZ eXpo Conference for Macintosh users 2004

Auckland University of Technology and Digital Events in conjunction with NZ Macguide and Microsoft are running a New Zealand eXpo Conference for Mac users on October 9th, 2004. A community education event for the NZ Mac community, 12 seminars are being run to enable Mac users to learn more about using their favourite computer applications.

As well as the seminars a computer trade show is being run with a range of companies displaying their wares including Campus IT, Canon, Express Video Duplicators, FujiFilm Digital and Davko. The trade show is free to the public.

At the end of the event a spot prize draw is being held with goods and services donated by the sponsors and trade show vendors. Over $4,000 worth of computer equipment and software will be given away. The eXpo is being held on the Akoranga Campus of AUT at 90 Akoranga Drive, Northcote, North Shore City.

For more information and registration details visit: http://digitalevents.co.nz/

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