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Partnership and Exhibition Opportunities

Invitation to partner with and exhibit at ARMS 2017

We, the members of the Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS) warmly invite you to partner with the 19th ARMS conference to be held 26-28 September 2017 in Wellington, New Zealand. This conference is a highlight on the calendar of research management professionals in the Asia-Pacific region and we are expecting more than 500 registrations.

New Zealand’s public research is undergoing rapid change and growth towards a future that values collaboration, efficiency, and planning for measureable beneficial outcomes for society. All these require modern technology in research analytics and research management, with research organisations looking to encourage and track the promoted change.

The conference will feature key note speakers, oral and poster presentations, collaboration meetings and professional development workshops. Partner and exhibition space will be shared with poster presentations, in a pleasant venue flooded by natural light and visited by conference participants throughout the day for information, networking, refreshments, and lunches. The conference will also be an opportunity to engage with research policy makers in government and with members of their research and analytics departments.

We believe you will find a partnership with us rewarding for your business while you develop relationships with our members from research organisations of all sizes. Please consider one of the partnership or exhibition options in the attached proposal, and don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss any of these options.

Nāku noa, nā,

Dr Chris Kroger and Jayne McQueen
Conveners of ARMS 2017

ARMS 2017 Exhibitors

Partners

Gold Partner

ResearchMaster

University Office

Silver Partner

University of Tasmania

Bronze Partner

Australian Research Council

Conference Gala Dinner Partner

Macquarie University

Conference Lunch Partnership

Taylor & Francis

Name Badge & Lanyard Partner

Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

Poster Session Partner

Monash University

Conference Supporter

GNS Science

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