Symplectic Australasia Conference: Registration Now Open

On Thursday 11th and Friday 12th February 2016, we’ll be hosting our Australasia Conference in Melbourne. Registration is now open – head to the event page to reserve your place!

Date: Thursday 11th and Friday 12th February, 2016
Location: Woodward Conference Centre – Level 10, Law School. 185 Pelham St. Carlton, VIC 3053
Time: 9:30am to 4:30pm

This event will include a mixture of speakers, workshops and interactive sessions on the Thursday, with the Friday sessions comprised exclusively of workshops.

More information, an agenda, and a link to register are available now on our event page.

The conference is open to those already using Symplectic products, as well as those who aren’t, so please share this with anyone you think might be interested.

We look forward to seeing you there!


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