The event brought together almost 90 industry members and their partners from all over Queensland and across Australia.
The opening address by Ros Bates MP, Minister for Science, IT, Innovation and Arts, mentioned the importance of the radio industry and its critical role in service/solution delivery for the future.
Guest speaker, Spencer Howson shared his passion for wireless communications and the ability for radio to instantly connect people.
AA Radio would like to congratulate Nixon Communications for been awarded official accreditation status at the event and congratulations to Nick Gallagher from Nixon Communications for been awarded the Sir Angus Tait Memorial Scholarship.
Julie Bryce from RF Communications won the $750 Stamford Plaza voucher donated by CA Bearcom. Congratulations Julie!
This was a great inaugural event and many have already confirmed their interest in next year’s event in Queensland.
We now turn our attention to the next industry event to be held in South Australia on 20 September at the National Wine Centre of Australia.
Further details will be posted on the AA Radio website soon.May 4, 2012 6:18 am
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