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The Form Forum Challenge - Win great prizes

Go into the draw to win 1 of 3 prizes from Simon James Concept Store and Resident.

By participating in The Form Forum Challenge your ticket will go into the draw to win 1 of 3 great prizes.

We have a cool and inspiring line up of speakers.  It's going to be a jam packed day.  Check out who they are below and book online while the tickets are still early bird.

Speakers supported by Metro GlassTech

Nat Cheshire - Cheshire Architects
Fighting in the City - The City Works Depot

Nick Moyes, Jasmax, & Antony Gough
The Terrace

Rich Naish - RTA Studio
Mackelvie Street - Shifting the Retail Experience in the Ponsonby Environment

James Harper (Australia) - BrookingHarper
Brand Retailing - Apple, Omega & The Good Guys

Adrian Nancekivell, A.N.D. & Martin Skinner, Kiwi Income Property Trust
Designing for the Mainstream

Chris Quin - Telecom Retail
Ubiquitious Journeys

Gareth Huston & Scott Compton - Warren & Mahoney Architects
Transformational Interactions

Juanita Neville-Te Rito - HotFoot 
The Art of Being Chosen

Susan Fairgray & John Duguid - Auckland Council
Retail within the Unitary Plan

Date:     Friday 11 October 2013 (make the whole day your Best)
Time:     9.30am:  Champagne & Muffins Registration 
             Refreshments provided throughout the day
             10.00am - 4:00pm: presentations & showcases                                                    (then time to get gorgeous for Best)

Where:   Viaduct Events Centre
              161 Halsey Street
              Viaduct Basin
RSVP:  Tickets are available online here or for more information call 09 529 1716
If you are traveling up you can book your Best Accommodation at the Amora Hotel, Greys Ave who are offering great rates


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