ADIA is the peak business organisation representing manufacturers and suppliers of dental products. Our vision is for an industry that empowers oral health professionals to advance the health and wellbeing of all Australians...................... — ADIA Strategic Plan

ADX20 Sydney Opening Breakfast

Online Registration —
ADX20 Sydney Opening Breakfast

The Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA) will be holding the ADX20 Sydney Opening Breakfast. Details for the breakfast are as follows:

Event —

ADX20 Sydney Opening Breakfast

Date/s —

Friday, 13 March 2020

[7:45am to 9:45am]

Location —

Convention Centre
Level 2 - Parkside Room 2
ICC Sydney
14 Darling Drive, Sydney 2000


What's Provided —

Breakfast and Guest Speaker Gus Balbontin

Price —

$49.00 per person
$490.00 table of 10

Cancellation policy —

Substitutions permitted.

Due to unforeseen circumstances the event may be cancelled by ADIA and in such an eventuality you will receive a full refund. No monies will be paid for any expense (e.g. travel and accommodation) that you may have incurred in the event this event is cancelled.

Event details

Where Parkside Room 2 - Level 2, ICC Sydney Convention Centre
Sydney, NSW

Cost $49.00 pp or $490.00 table of 10

When 13 March 2020

Registrations open 14 Nov 19 12:00 AM

Registrations close 1 Mar 20 11:59 PM

Places available 125


ADIA Office
a: GPO Box 960 Sydney NSW 2001
t: 1300 943 094 f: 1300 943 794

Register now and secure your attendance

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