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Head along to the HP Sales Odyssey 2015

04 Feb 15

The HP NZ Printing and Personal Systems (PPS) team have announced the HP 2015 Sales Odyssey will be held at the end of February.

Taking place on the afternoon of the 25th of February at the Aotea Centre, the event will focus on solutions and how HP NZ PPS fits into the marketplace.

The team says attendees will not only have exclusive access to the latest solutions from HP in mobility, desktop and print, but will learn how to promote these solutions in vertical markets.

Those in attendance will also get an update on the HP Separation process and the transition to HP Inc. On top of this, at the event attendees will gain inside information about a new promotion launching in March.

The HP Sales Odyssey 2015 will take place in Auckland at Lower NZI, Aotea Centre, from 1:00pm-4:45pm, and the team says you’re welcome to attend networking drinks following the event.

Everyone who attends will have the opportunity to win spot prizes on the day.

Registrations for the event have closed, but you can click here to find out more about HP.

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