Critical Communications now and for the future
A huge thank you to all who attended, spoke, exhibited and visited the inaugural Comms Connect Wellington on 14-15 April. The two days saw both local and international speakers share their view points on the critical communications sector, with delegates keen to learn what the industry has in store for its diverse range of users.
The Minister for Communications, the Hon. Amy Adams once again addressed delegates with the opening address, whilst RSM answered questions from the floor of a more technical nature. From the beginning of day 1 until the close of day 2, conference sessions were well attended and exhibitors kept busy with the quality visitors in the exhibition.
Numbers were significantly up on the previous year’s attendance, with feedback extremely positive, setting the stage for 2017’s conference and exhibition that will once again take place in the nation’s capital. The dates and venue will be released shortly, given you the opportunity to plan ahead and join us at this key event in the calendar of those who utilise professional communications in their working lives.
More information coming soon!
The Comms Connect team