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Tech Ed tickets on sale from May 2

Tech Ed tickets on sale from May 2

Tickets to Microsoft’s annual Tech Ed conference will be on sale from May 2, the company has announced.

The event will take place between August 24 and 26 at the Sky City Convention Centre, in Auckland.

Delegate ticket prices are the same as last year and the company says it has a number of early-bird tickets available, as well as discounts for bulk purchases. For more information, visit www.microsoft.co.nz/teched.

Microsoft is looking for sponsors and exhibitors to showcase their businesses and products. The company has also opened a call for topics portal and is looking for submissions from professionals with in-depth knowledge on a Microsoft product or technology interested in presenting a session at the conference.


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