Australian Blogging Conference delayed

February 2, 2007 — 3 Comments

I was literally going to try and book for frequent flyer flgihts today, then got this from Peter Black:

Unfortunately due to a last minute and unexpected problem with sponsorship, QUT has decided to postpone the Australian Blogging Conference until later in the year. We were faced with the option of running the conference with a registration fee or postponing it, and we have chosen to stick with our original vision and ethos and hold the conference without a registration fee later in 2007.

At this stage we are now planning to hold the conference in August this year. I will advise of the exact date as soon as it has been finalised.

August in Brisbane is plesant…certainly a lot warmer than Bunbury.

3 responses to Australian Blogging Conference delayed

  1. It could also be a hell of a lot drier if the rains don’t come 🙂

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