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CeBIT Australia 2016
Sydney NSW, Australia - 2nd to 4th May 2016
Exhibition / trade show

CeBIT Australia is the country?s largest business event, focusing on business solutions solved via technology. CeBIT Australia?s official partner is the NSW Government.

The event will comprise of an outstanding level of content including twelve technology conferences; four showfloor theatres; Pitchfest for startups and much more. At the heart of the event will be an amazing showfloor of 350 exhibitors from around the world, all showcasing the best of breed in business technology. CeBIT also features a number of social functions, including the CeBIT Gala Dinner and Awards.

A special focus on startups will see a whole area of the exhibition dedicated to the latest exciting startup technology. Alongside this the startup conference and Pitchfest will bring together the best new innovations in the market.

CeBIT is organised by Hannover Fairs, a subsidiary of Deutsche Messe. CeBIT is a global brand supported by events in Europe and Asia.

2nd to 4th May 2016

Olympic Park

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