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News & Events
ATHOC Foundation Golf Day – 23 March 2016
This year’s Industry Foundation Golf Day will be held at the Palmer Colonial Golf Club on the Gold Coast. This is your chance to be a part of an incredible fund raising and networking event. For more information and an …
Announcing ATHOC Conference 2016 – Date Claimer
September 5 to 7, 2016 Queenstown, New Zealand Crowne Plaza Hotel Make sure to put the dates in your diary! Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Tweet about it
2015 ATHOC Industry Conference – Getting Engaged
The Gold Coast shone for the 2015 conference, particularly from the 78th floor of the amazing Q1 building Sky Point. With lunches served in the sky everyone had a wonderful opportunity to wander the deck and see for miles out …