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The Australian Science Festival would like to invite you to participate in our ‘Business in Science’ program for 2010.

Raise the profile and highlight your organisation by holding an event promoting the advancements and impacts of ICT technology. The Business is Science program, coordinated by the Australian Science Festival, offers you the opportunity to improve local awareness of your business, by proving a platform for local businesses to
network and promote commercialisation of research and development.

The ‘Business in Science’ program’s focus is on showcasing leading ICT technological advancements that have empowered business through science that include surrounding commerce, health, public and governmentservices, transport, finance and education. In particular looking at:
• business technology:
• innovation:
• research and development: and
• commercialisation of ICT

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    • business in science
    • Business in Science ...profile your innovation The Australian Science Festival would like to invite you to participate in our ‘Business in Science’ program for 2010. Raise the profile and highlight your organisation by holding an event promoting the advancements and impacts of ICT technology. The Business is Science program, coordinated by the Australian Science Festival, offers you the opportunity to improve local awareness of your business, by proving a platform for local businesses to network and promote commercialisation of research and development. The ‘Business in Science’ program’s focus is on showcasing leading ICT technological advancements that have empowered business through science that include surrounding commerce, health, public and government services, transport, finance and education. In particular looking at: • business technology: • innovation: • research and development: and • commercialisation of ICT By holding an event with the Australian Science Festival your organisation will enjoy the following benefits: • access to the Australian Science Festival’s 18-year brand awareness. (84% awareness in the ACT – Newspoll 2008) • event listing in the full colour Festival Program. 80,000 copies distributed via Saturday’s Canberra Times. • event Listing on the Festival website, 19,000 hits daily during the Festival period • access to a new a and diverse audience range (60,000 attendees in 2009) • media opportunities (1.1M media coverage generated in 2009) Don’t miss this opportunity to tap into the Festivals established reputation to promote your organisation. Participation in this program is free. Contact Us To register an event with the Festival please fill out the attached form or contact: Eleanor Gates-Stuart on 02 6205 0588, email: eleanor.gates-stuart@asflimited.com.au. Your event will be listed in the Festivals full program - (80,000 copies distributed through an insert in Saturday’s Canberra Times) and via the Festival website (19,000 hits a day) Conditions of Participation In accordance with the mission of the festival, your event should communicate one of the following: • business technology, • innovation • research and development. • commercialisation of ICT All event holders are required to acknowledge the Festival in their promotions of registered events. All event holders are required to complete a short evaluation survey after the Festival. The Festival requires this information to secure ongoing funding. Any changes to the original event details must be communicated to the Festival in writing. The Festival must be alerted immediately if all or part of the event is cancelled. Please ensure that your contact details, as provided to us and advertised in the program, are correct and the contact officer is able to respond to all enquiries regarding your event.