15 May 2017 at 9:00 am
BPO Intelligence joins NZIEC 2017 as lead partner
ENZ is pleased to announce that BPO Intelligence will join NZIEC 2017 as lead partner
“We are delighted to be a part of NZIEC for a fourth consecutive year, and excited to be doing so as lead partner,” says BPO Intelligence CEO, Naresh Gulati.
“NZIEC is quickly growing into one of the most popular conferences on the global international education circuit, and we look forward to sharing our expertise in leadership and innovation, and helping to explore strategies for growth and development in international education,” says Naresh.
The innovative marketing and communications company works closely with many providers across the country, and 85 percent of universities in Australia and New Zealand, to aid them in their international marketing endeavours.
“We appreciate BPO’s commitment to supporting the development of New Zealand’s international education industry through its backing of NZIEC,” says ENZ chief executive Grant McPherson.
“BPO has been a strong supporter of NZIEC for the past three years, so we’re thrilled to have them involved for the next phase of the conference’s development.”
“I encourage all conference delegates to head along and touch base with Paree Brar and the BPO team at the Expo Hall,” says Grant.
NZIEC 2016 attracted a record 682 delegates over two days. NZIEC 2017 will be held at SkyCity Convention Centre in Auckland on 22 and 23 August, with pre-conference workshops held on the afternoon of Monday 21 August.
Registrations will open on Wednesday 17 May and places are expected to fill quickly. Find out more at www.nziec.co.nz
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