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Business Development Manager Goldspar Australia Pty Ltd

Goldspar Australia is a leading and innovative designer and manufacturer of tubular aluminium products including light poles, flag poles and sporting posts. We require 2 new Business Development Manager (BDM) to assist the sales and marketing team... Read more >>

Submit your proposal now to be part of Vivid Sydney 2019 submissions close Sunday 14 October 2018

 


Vivid Ideas creates and champions creativity, technology and innovation, connecting audiences and creative... Read more >>

Tiny camera lens may help link quantum computers to network

 
 
Kai Wang holding a sample that has multiple... Read more >>

Lighting Technology 2018 postponed - New Event Date 8-10 October 2019

Despite the successful premiere of lighting technology last year, the strong endorsement of the industry and a large number of new companies interested in participating, the follow-up event lagged behind the forecasts and was not going to be able... Read more >>



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