Who should attend
– Geomatics Entrepreneurs and Business Owners
– Small and Medium Size Geomatics Company Executives (Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors)
– Geomatics Business Development Managers
– Geomatics Product Development and Technology Managers
There is no cost to attend this event but seating is limited. Only confirmed registrants will be admitted.
There will be time for networking and private meetings provided throughout the day. Request your reservation for this event by February 15th, 2012.
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