Ensure your business is SCENE at the Sunshine Coast Events Network Expo – Register now

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If you're a local event supplier make sure your business is seen at the Sunshine Coast Events Network (scene) Expo at Lake Kawana Community Centre on Wednesday, May 10 from 4-6pm.

The 2017 scene Expo will bring together event industry suppliers and organisers in the one place to explore the latest and greatest in event products and services.

Expressions of interest are now open and will close on March 31.

Last year, 50 local suppliers promoted their business to more than 200 event organisers during the expo.

"We really enjoyed the scene Events Expo last year" said Warren Upritchard from Nomadic Tents Marquee Hire Sunshine Coast.

"We made valuable connections with other suppliers and event organisers that will help us to grow our business and opportunities.

"We'll definitely be back for the 2017 expo."

Joel Keily, from Event Masters Australia, said the expo was great for networking.

"We got to see some new things, made some fantastic new contacts and reconnected with old ones," Mr Keily said.

"The Coast needs more of these as our events sector continues to grow and showcase our region."

Don't miss this opportunity to showcase your business.

To register, visit council's website www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/scene or email events@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

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