Being involved in NetHui will provide unique opportunities for you to:
Based on previous events we are expecting to attract about 500 attendees including tech sector employees, start-up enthusiasts, government officials, education providers and people from the general public who are interested in tech/digital and the way the Internet is changing our lives.
There are a variety of sponsorship opportunities available for you with options to suit different needs and budgets. These options are outlined in more detail in the sponsorship prospectus below.
For more information about the sponsorship packages available, or to talk about packages outside those listed that you may be interested in, please contact Andrew by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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