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Registrations now open – 2018 BMI International Conference in Queenstown 4-11 October

POSTED ON May 3, 2018 @ 9:00 am

CMAA/BMI INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE –  QUEENSTOWN

SAVE THE DATE 4-9 OCTOBER 2018

Take the Plunge with the 2018 BMI International in New Zealand”
BMI International, co-presented by CMAA and Golf Manager’s Association of New Zealand, will offer an immersive cultural experience in club management. BMI International will take place in and around Queenstown, New Zealand, October 4-9, 2018, and will include educational presentations interspersed with unparalleled experiences. Queenstown is New Zealand’s leading alpine resort and a favourite destination for international visitors

Registration fees:

Full conference attendance – USD$2300.00 payable to CMAA

Education only attendance – USD$1320.00 payable to CMAA

Visit cmaa.org/bmiinternational for more information including speakers list.

Registrations are being collated through the GMANZ office. If you are wishing to attend the BMI International Conference please come back to eo@gmanz.co.nz.

Note delegates are responsible for their own travel and accommodation bookings. We recommend you take advantage of the bargain fares and  accommodation rates online.

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