Netstar Joint Council Forum 2019

by | Aug 27, 2019 | News Posts

DON’T MISS OUT ON HOW TO INNOVATE YOUR LOCAL COUNCIL.
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Netstar would like to invite you to our Joint Council Forum kindly hosted by Wattle Range Council & The Limestone Coast. Netstar has deployed our GPS Telematics solution to over 50 local government organisations around Australia. This is your opportunity to learn how other LGA’s utilise GPS Telematics to help manage their mobile workforce and assets.

EVENT PROGRAM

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

If you are joining us in person, doors open at 09:00am AEST. If you are joining us remotely we ask that you sign on to the webinar 15min beforehand, the webinar will go live at 10:00am AEST.

THU 29 AUG 2019 | 08:30 – 15:00 ACST

MILLICENT WAR MEMORIAL CIVIC & ARTS CENTRE 14 RIDGE TERRACE MILLICENT SA 5280

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