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All-Energy 2012 Australia

09 - 10 Oct  2012
Melbourne, Vic

The showcase for clean and renewable energy


12 reasons to be at All-Energy Australia 201 :

  1. Energy Australia 2012 is set to be the largest dedicated clean energy event ever held in Australia.
  2. Free-to-attend exhibition, conference and Grand Networking Evening is free of charge for everyone with a business/professional interest in clean and renewable energy.
  3. Officially supported by the State Government of Victoria.
  4. Supported by the major industry organisations.
  5. A concentrated event that saves your time – hear 100 expert presentations and compare the products/services of more than 200 companies from around the world in a 3,500m2 exhibition (hear what exhibitors said about last year’s event in the show video on the website home page).
  6. More than 3,600 delegates with a business/professional interests in clean and renewable energy will attend. *
  7. Compelling, world-class multi-stream conference (programme available in mid-2012) devised by industry experts that embraces all aspects of clean and renewable energy, including updates on ground-breaking technical developments.
  8. Hear the opinions of industry leaders, top scientists and engineers, financiers, and state and federal government decision makers.
  9. The unmissable – and free-to-attend – Grand Networking Event (10 October) that shows business and pleasure can mix!
  10. Key features that include special Workshops and the ever-popular Jobs Zone.
  11. Comprehensive event marketing programme that embraces:
    - Advertising and PR, plus imaginative use of email.
    - Direct mail with newsletters that showcase exhibitors and conference news.
    - Up-to-date website that attracts more than 14,500 unique visits per month on average.
    - Reminders in our regular News@All-Energy Australia newsletter, read by 10,000+ people every fortnight.
    - Emphasis on one-to-one invitations to key national and international players.
  12. Active use of social media – join us on Twitter and enthuse and inform like-minded professionals.

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