The IICA has been granted exclusive access to the very private and newly renovated Manly Golf Course for the Industry Tech Golf Day 2016. We are pleased to announce that Westwick-Farrow Media (ProcessOnline website an What’s New in Process Technology magazine) will again partner with the IICA for the 2016 event, ensuring extended reach to golfing subscribers across their network of technology media.
For 2016, we have also secured MANLY NRL Legend, Geoff Toovey to play a round of golf and liaise and network at the post-golf function.
This Peter Thompson designed par 71 golf course has always been famous for its Manly sand bunkers but now it has 18 new super-fast greens and Queenscliff Lagoon has been integrated in the very tough front 9. Bring some extra balls and see if you can tame the new Manly course!
FORMAT OF THE DAY
- 8am Registration
- 9am Ambrose Shotgun Start
- 2:00pm Lunch, Beer, Wine and Soft drinks in the Champions Bar
- 3pm Presentation and Prizes
Cost is $220 inc gst per player OR Sponsor a Hole from $1,000 ex.GST (includes 4 players) – includes ALL catering and beer, wine, soft drinks.
The drinks cart is again proudly sponsored by WF Media (What’s New in Process Technology and ProcessOnline.com.au).
The Industry Tech Golf Day presents a unique opportunity for customer networking. Here’s what some of our past participants have said about the event.
“This is the 2nd year that I’ve invited three key decision makers from our largest customer. In the current climate, it’s nearly impossible to entertain customers as everyone is so busy – but for these three guys to lock into the IICA golf day, and for us to have access to them, for the full day, is critical to our customer relationship.”
Richard Gobee, OEM Technology Solutions
“Thanks for a great day and very well organised, Looking forward to next year.”
Matthew Gould, Qenos
BOOKING AND SPONSORSHIP ENQUIRIES
Please contact Julie Meynell: email@example.com m.0410 334 333
Since 1943 the Institute of Instrumentation, Control & Automation has been leading the way in the Instrumentation, Control and Automation Industry. The IICA is allows members to build their network
& knowledge, to enhance their professional career and make lifelong friendships. The IICA provides
a forum to set the benchmark, provide networking and education to members. www.iica.org,au
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