When is MAPExpo 2016?
Where will MAPExpo 2016 be held?
Who should go to MAPExpo 2016?
What does it cost to attend MAPExpo 2016
Friday 7th October, starting at 10.00 am and finishing at 4.00 pm
St Benedict's Hall
University of Notre Dame, Sydney Campus
Anyone interested in a career in any of marketing disciplines. This includes undergraduates studying any marketing subject at any university, recent marketing graduates and those not currently at university but interested in obtaining a marketing subject degree
NOTHING! MAPExpo 2016 is absolutely free for anyone who wishes to attend this enlightening conferencethat intends to help delegates plan their career in the world of marketing beyond university
With a speaker line up that includes of some of the foremost marketers in Australia, as well as recent marketing graduates, MAPExpo 2016 looks at the world of marketing, advertising, PR, event management and all the other marketing disciplines beyond university. It aims to give attendees insight into the sort of roles, the skill sets required, the opportunities that exist, the different type of organisations, what people do, what they’ve achieved and what they aspire to do in the future. Insights provided by a range of industry luminaries. It’s an exciting eye opener for students and graduates to the diverse and challenging world of advertising, marketing, public relations and other associated industries.
Have a look at the programme. As well as the outstanding speaker line up, the day will finish off with a Q&A session, giving delegates the chance to ask people who've been there, done it and achieved it those questions they've always sought answers to.
Have a look at the speaker list and their profiles. You'll soon realise what a wealth of experience will be on display for the delegates to listen to, talk with and learn from.
MAPExpo 2016 has to be the "not to be missed" event of the year for those considering a career in any one of the many facets of the exciting world of marketing.
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