The main act will be delivered by Evermore and the whole party will be themed after Las Vegas. I am told that a few "tables" will be around (21, roulette and more).
All Tech Ed attendees will receive a ticket, and additional tickets will be available for $145 plus GST (wow, tha's expensive!). If you need more tickets, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Because of regulations only people over 18 will be allowed to attend the party.
The Women in Technology dinner will have a special guest speaker for this session only.
If you are going to Tech Ed New Zealand 2007 then your entry to the Women in Technology session is free. If you are not going to Tech Ed you can attend by contacting email@example.com or by calling (09) 309 2440. and purchasing your ticket, at $80.
Keep an eye on this blog or check Darryl Burling's blog for more details.
- send a SMS to 842 (in New Zealand) with the word teched07 in the body and wait for the response
I will work to update the SMS a few times a week until the main event and will try to update it every couple of hours during the event, with up-to-date information. Each SMS costs $0.50 - and I am not receiving any of this money, it goes all to the company providing the service and to the mobile operators.
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- Auckland, 16th August 2007, SKYCITY Theatre (register)
- Wellington, 7th September 2007, Massey University Campus (register)
- Christchurch, 14th September 2007, Canterbury University Campus (register)
Lou is the founder and Chief Experience Officer at ExperienceEngineering, a company that specialises in helping clients create and manage the kinds of experiences their customers will tell other people about and come back for again and again.
He has also authored the book "Clued In: How to Keep Customers Coming Back Again and Again":
Clued-in management focuses on the total experience as the customer value proposition.
The Keynote will be delivered Monday 13 August, 8:30am. Delegates should go to the Keynote room on Level 5 of the SKYCITY Conventin Centre, but since space is limited, once this room is full atendees will be redirected to the SKYCITY Theatre to watch a live broadcast.