Speak at Sydney Georabble in August

By on 7 August, 2019

GeoRabble is back in Sydney on 22nd August and it’s an excellent night for any geospatial enthusiast to be a part of.

Georabble’s irrepressible organisers are seeking speakers for the upcoming Sydney event – here’s  your chance to share your passion, challenges, and triumphs with location technology.

In time-honoured tradition, there will be pizza laid on, and a relaxed, social, stimulating environment in which Rabblers:

  • Celebrate each other’s triumphs
  • Respect each other’s choices and avoid technology bigotry
  • Don’t make sales pitches
  • Avoid company logos or ‘about us’ slides
  • Keep presentations short at 10 minutes per talk

If you’ve got an exciting story to tell, there’s no time like the present. Write to info@georabble.org to share your ideas.

This August 2019 edition of GeoRabble will be taking place at the Occidental Hotel, in Sydney.

The organisers invite you to register on on Meetup or Eventbrite and keep an eye on their blogpost for further updates.

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