NSW Govt invites tech companies to exhibit on its CeBIT 2018 stand
The NSW Government has asked technology companies to submit their expressions of interest to showcase products and services on its official CeBIT Australia stand for 2018.
Minister for Trade and Industry Niall Blair said that from 15–17 May more than 15,000 people are expected to walk through the doors of the three-day exhibition, which features over 300 exhibitors and the best technology innovations from more than 30 countries.
“It’s great to be the official partner of CeBIT Australia once again this year, where we get to showcase some of our state’s best and brightest technology companies to an international audience,” Blair said.
“This is a unique opportunity for companies to secure new business opportunities in both national and international markets — CeBIT sets the stage and our NSW companies lead the show.
“We’re looking for outstanding companies from both metropolitan and regional areas that can demonstrate the quality, innovation and capability of the state’s technology sector to the world.”
Expressions of interest are now open until 5 pm on Monday, 26 February for technology companies — from start-ups to small and medium-sized enterprises — to apply for one of eight free exhibitor spots on the NSW stand at Sydney’s International Convention Centre.
CeBIT is celebrating its 17th year and 2018 will feature a large-scale exhibition displaying the latest technology, in-depth conferences, international keynote speakers, a dedicated start-up zone and networking events.
Content sessions will cover topics including big data, cybersecurity, cloud, e-government, the Internet of Things, FinTech, artificial intelligence and start-ups. There will also be business matching to bring buyers and vendors together.
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