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2017 APCCI Dinner: Technology and Innovation at Machu Picchu

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2017 APCCI Dinner: Technology and Innovation at Machu Picchu an Australian Peruvian Collaboration using LIDAR

A unique networking evening to discuss how technology, innovation and collaboration can change what we know of Machu Picchu, the funds raised will serve to send Professor Fletcher to Peru to discuss and finalize results of the Machu Picchu Lidar Project.

 

Keynote Speakers and Distinguished Guests

  • The Hon. Matthew John Kean MP, Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation, NSW Government
  • Professor Roland Fletcher, Department of Archaeology, The University of Sydney
  • His Excellency Mr Miguel Palomino de la Gala, Ambassador of Peru to Australia

 

When: Wednesday November 1, 2017
Where: Level 1, Queen Victoria Building, 455 George Street, Sydney (Outside The Old Vienna Coffee House)
Time: 6:45pm
Dress: Business Attire
Cost: APCCI Members- $120.00
Non Members – $130.00
Corporate Tables of 8- $880.00
Bookings: events@apcci.org.au

Enjoy a three course Peruvian Meal cooked by Chef Andres Soldi, with complimentary Pisco Sour/ Wine/ Sparkling water

 

To RSVP, Book and Pay for the Event:

Please send and Email to events@apcci.org.au with the subject line APCCI DINNER and your confirmation Voucher (payment) to:
Direct Bank Transfer (Preferred Method)
Bank: WBC Castle Hill, NSW 2154, Australia
BSB: 032-173
Account Number: 486 383

(In the body text of the email please confirm your name, or names of the people you are booking for)

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