Luke Mullins, Nicola Melville and Nicole McDonnell are ready and waiting at the Telstra Tweed Business Chamber Tech Day.
Luke Mullins, Nicola Melville and Nicole McDonnell are ready and waiting at the Telstra Tweed Business Chamber Tech Day. Scott Powick

Techs to boost business

EXPERT advice on enhancing your business is ready and waiting at the Telstra Tweed Business Chamber Tech Day.

The tech day is set to take place this Thursday from 10am to 8pm (NSW).

The highly-anticipated business community event will be held at the Ultima Conference Centre in Tweed Heads.

Representatives from leading mobile and phone system providers are inviting business owners to join them for this exciting full-day event.

Business owners are being urged not to miss the chance for face-to-face communication with experts from innovative companies such as Telstra, Blackberry, Samsung and many more.

Telstra Tweed Heads Business Office business sales manager Nicole McDonnell said the free event is a chance for guests to help improve their bottom line.

"Get your questions answered first hand and learn how these technologies could enhance your business, with improved productivity and communications, all a direct positive result on the bottom line," Ms McDonnell explained.

"This day is all about letting our customers see the new technology that is available.

"Participants must register for the event by tomorrow if they wish to attend the tech day.

The first 250 people to register for the Telstra Tweed Business Chamber Tech Day will receive a free laptop satchel.

Interested perspective participants can register for the Telstra Tweed Business Chamber Tech Day at www.tweedtcechday.net.au.



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