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Annual Conference 2016 - Register Now

Written by On-Cue Conferences on July 7th, 2016.      0 comments

NZ ARB Annual Conference 3-5 November 2016


The 2016 NZ ARB Annual Conference in association with Asplundh, will be held in 'The City of Sails' - Auckland.  The conference venue is the Rendezvous Hotel, centrally located in downtown Auckland, the hotel is centrally located within easy walking distance of Queen Street, Sky Tower and the Viaduct Harbour.

Running alongside the conference once again, is the Husqvarna sponsored NZ Arb National Tree Climbing Championship on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th. This event will be held at Albert Park, which is walking distance from the Conference Venue.

These two events will culminate in the Conference Dinner, Auction and Awards Ceremony – to be held on the evening of Saturday 5th November at the Rendezvous Hotel.

In addition to these major activities, there will be the following events…
  • Practitioners' Stream
  • Independent Workshops
  • The Tâne Mahuta Free Lecture
  • Trade & Exhibition Hub
  • New Arborist of the Year Finals
  • Students’ Mentoring Lunch
  • Auctions
  • Spot Prizes
"Can you afford to not be there?"

This year’s programme has been honed and sharpened to respond to what matters most to you.  The NZ ARB Conference Committee have secured internationally respected Arboriculture speakers, as well as some of NZ’s most renowned experts in business, safety, conservation, planning and management. Attending this year’s conference will help you and your colleagues address the issues that matter to you.
 

Conference Information:

 
For all the information on the conference visit the conference page on the NZArb Website
 
For further information and questions on the conference please contact:
Lea Boodee - lea @on-cue.co.nz
Or
Shelley Haring - shelley@on-cue.co.nz

 
 

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