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By NeoCell
Irvine, Calif.  – Informa Exhibitions has named NeoCell Biotin Bursts™ one of five finalists in its 2014 SupplySide CPG Editor’s Choice Awards.
By iPass
iPass and Informa identify winning strategies to capture next phase of growth in Wi-Fi data roaming
By Granite Springs Asset Management LLC
Granite Springs Asset Management’s Tax-Aware Limited-Term Fixed Income Strategy 2 Achieves PSN Top Guns Status for One Year Performance through June 30, 2011.
By Granite Springs Asset Management LLC
Granite Springs Asset Management LLC is pleased to announce that its Tax-Aware Limited-Term Fixed Income Strategy 2 has achieved Top Guns status within the Informa Investment Solutions (IIS) PSN manager ranking database for 1Q 2011.
By Informa Exhibitions
Experts discuss latest trends in management and treatment of ear, nose and throat (ENT) disorders at OTO 2011
By Emese Boldog
Mobile Broadband LatAm 2011, is the first and only event in the region to bring together the entire mobile broadband ecosystem to discuss the strategies that need to be developed in order to evolve mobile broadband offerings throughout Latin America.
By IIR Conferences Australia
Although the Australian economy has performed better than expected in the current economic climate, Chief Economist of Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Michael Blythe says Australia still needs to be cautious.
By Informa Australia
A vision of sustainability and an ambition to be 21st Century pioneers led to the successful rebuilding process in Greensburg.
By IIR Conferences Australia
The progress and success of the National Water Initiative (NWI) was a topic of discussion at 7th Annual Australian Water Summit held last month.
By Informa Australia
With the ageing population increasing, the Federal Government has promised to improve Australia’s health care, says Minister for Ageing, Justine Elliot.
By Informa Australia
The merging of companies in the health insurance industry will continue but its pace will be dependent on both economic factors and the companies, according to Mark Fitzgibbon, Chief Executive Officer of NIB Health Funds.
By IIR Australia Pty Ltd
The National Water Commission needs to focus on rural areas and the way water is managed in those areas, says Managing Director of Yarra Valley Water and Chairman of WaterAid Australia, Tony Kelly.
By Informa Australia
Sustainability is the key challenge for future development and designing of university campuses, according to Professor Paul Thomas AM, Vice Chancellor of the University of the Sunshine Coast.
By Informa Australia
In light of the current financial crisis, higher education will be vital to Australia’s economic growth, says Vice Chancellor of University of Technology, Sydney, Professor Ross Milbourne.
By Informa Australia
While problems with rail safety in NSW have declined over the last decade, more needs to be done in areas such as worksite protection, says a NSW Government transport safety executive.
By IIR Conferences Australia
Natural disasters are as big an issue as terrorism in the national security context, says Tony Pearce, Director-General of Emergency Management Australia (EMA).
By Informa Australia
While technology plays a key role in airport security, it needs to be designed with users at the centre, says Dr Steven Shorrock.
London– Today, the EVUA (Enterprise VPN Users Association) announced that Jon Neville has been appointed its new General Manager. Jon is responsible for steering policy and focus groups as well as its regular conferences.
By IIR Conferences Australia
Australian workers struggling to manage chronic pain need to regain control over their lives, says Coralie Wales, President of the Chronic Pain Association of Australia.
By Informa Australia
More weakness, not just volatility, can be expected in the world iron ore market, according to Alan Heap, Managing Director of Global Commodity Analysis for Citi Investment Research.
By Informa Australia
Australasian Railway Association Chairman Don Telford says rail is at a crossroads and needs funding after years of neglect to realise its full potential as a safe, clean and labour-efficient mode of transport.
By IIR Conferences Australia
Mt Isa’s synergistic relationship with the Port of Townsville is underscored by three trade records broken in 2007-08.
By IIR Conferences Australia
Programs to get employees back to work after injury or illness are not always simple, but the benefits are significant for employers, employees and insurers.
By Informa Australia
Improved labelling is critical in addressing the obesity epidemic, says Heart Foundation spokesperson Anne-Marie Mackintosh, but it is only one part of a multi-strategy campaign.
By Informa Australia
One spin-off benefit of the mining boom is world-class Australian technology that itself earns substantial and increasing export income.
By IIR Conferences Australia
Mining industry entrepreneur Joseph Gutnick will give the keynote address at the 3rd Annual Mining the Isa Conference at the Mount Isa Civic Centre on 17-18 November.
By Informa Australia
Oil price fluctuation will have little impact on plans to develop Queensland’s vast coal seam gas (CSG) reserves, says industry specialist Don McMillan.
By Informa Australia
The charging system on sections of Sydney’s road network needs to be applied more cleverly in the interests of better traffic management, says former Roads and Traffic Authority Director Ken Dobinson.
By Informa Australia
Rail will play an increasing role in the Australian economy as exports, trade between the states and passenger traffic expand, says Bryan Nye, CEO of the Australasian Rail Association.
By IIR Conferences Australia
Geological studies reveal the Northern Territory as a world-class place to explore for a large range of commodities, especially uranium-based metals, phosphate, gold and rare earth elements, says Dr Scrimgeour.
By IIR Australia
South Australia is entering an exciting new developmental phase, with around $13 billion worth of minerals and energy projects under way.
By IIR Australia
Additional water allocations are welcome, but Murray Darling communities will need to plan for extended dry periods, says Murray Darling Basin Commission CEO Wendy Craik.
By informa_australia
The spot market trade in iron ore will continue to grow but will not replace term contracts, says Kamal Naqvi, Head of Hedge Fund Coverage for Credit Suisse’s Commodities Group.
By Alister Cattell, Squiz UK
Open source CMS developer and Informa Plc present roadmap to CMS project success

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