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Calgary GoGeomatics Canada Social: March 6th 2013

GoGeomatics Canada is coming to Calgary.  GoGeomatics will be in Calgary from March 4th to March 8th.  GoGeomatics Canada is going to be talking to companies about helping them acquire candidates for geomatics jobs as well as how to market their products, services, and events to the geomatics community.  If that interests you please get in touch and we can setup an appointment. Send me an email jmurphy@gogeomatics.net.GoGeomatics Canada Logo

The Calgary GoGeomatics Canada Social – March 6th Downtown

We are hosting a geomatics social March 6th at The Libertine 223 8 Ave SW  Calgary, AB T2P 1B9 starting at 6pm.
I’ve put the word out on LinkedIn and called a few of our friends and clients in Calgary but this is an open event so you’re invited. We’ve had a great response so far and I think we will need to expand our space.

If you’re in or around Calgary please join us.  Meet some new friends and network with the community.   These events have been taking place for two years now in Ottawa and over a year in Toronto and Niagara.  They have gotten quite popular with the Canadian geomatics community.

What is it all about?   We get together, talk geomatics, and raise a pint or two in a friendly atmosphere. These groups are open to anyone interested in geomatics in Canada.  Professionals, students, job seekers, and entrepreneurs are all welcome.
If you are thinking of attending please send me an email to indicate your interests at jmurphy@gogeomatics.net

I look forward to meeting you!

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