CeBIT Australia 2007 described as "the most successful yet"
9 May 2007
CeBIT Australia 2007 has concluded, and event organisers describe it as having been the most successful in the event's six year history.
The annual Australasian technology conference, aimed at the business community, this year had 733 exhibitors and attracted over 30,000 visitors.
SMEs and major corporations alike were catered for.
The conference featured five separate specialist conferences focused on e-Marketing and Search Engine Optimisation, e-Finance and e-Commerce, open source software (Open CeBIT), VoIP and IP Comms, and e-Government.
"We invested heavily after the 2006 event to bring a sharper business focus to CeBIT this year," said Jackie Taranto, Managing Director of Hannover Fairs Australia, the organisers of CeBIT Australia.
"Our visitor registration data tells us we attracted higher volumes of senior level management and SME proprietors than any previous event,” she said.
Organisers hope that the event will translate into business deals and long-term business relationships for exhibitors and visitors alike.
Planning for CeBIT 2008 is already well underway and has been confirmed for the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre in Darling Harbour for May 20-22.
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