Applications for NSW Govt CeBIT stand close soon
Companies seeking a position on the NSW Government stand at CeBIT 2018 have until 5 March to apply.
Technology start-ups and small to medium-sized businesses that have innovative technologies and potential to grow sales or exports are encouraged to submit applications before they close off.
There are eight free exhibitor places on offer on the NSW stand at Sydney’s International Convention Centre. The government is looking for outstanding companies, from both city and country areas, that can showcase the quality, innovation and depth of the technology sector.
CeBIT is the leading market for business technology attracting professionals from across business and government and offering opportunities to build sales, discover new products to boost business performance, learn the latest trends and network.
“More than 15,000 people, over 300 exhibitors and the top technology innovations from more than 30 countries will be there to deliver the biggest business technology event in the Asia Pacific,” said NSW Minister for Trade and Industry Niall Blair.
“This is a great chance for NSW companies to showcase their technology solutions and capabilities to domestic and international markets to build both interstate sales and overseas exports.”
Exhibitors will also get the chance to meet decision-makers from business and government and network with other exhibitors.
Conferences will be on offer to learn the latest in technology areas like artificial intelligence, cloud computing, data and analytics, cybersecurity, FinTech, the Internet of Things and e-government.
The NSW Government is the official partner for CeBIT Australia 2018 and will be promoting NSW technologies and investment opportunities to interstate and overseas visitors.
CeBIT Australia will be held in Sydney from 15–17 May.
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