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AIDN National Gala Dinner

Date: February 2019 - Wednesday 13 February 2019
Location: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra ,

Celebrating Australian SME’s and the Defence Industry

Come and join the celebration of our outstanding Small to Medium Defence Industry community while enjoying the excellent food, drinks and entertainment at the stunning Gandel Hall at the National Gallery in Canberra on Wednesday 13th February 2019.

For 2019, the expectation is for an exciting night of entertainment, networking and relationship building. The opportunities to meet and mingle with some of the most senior Defence and Industry representatives are immense.

The formal dinner will be held at Gandel Hall, National Gallery of Australia commencing with pre dinner drinks. Doors open from 6:45pm for a 7:00pm start.

The Annual AIDN National Gala Dinner will include canapes on arrival, a gourmet two course dinner with premium beverages. Guests will enjoy a night of networking, socialising and fun with a VIP Guest Speaker and the presentation of the Young Achiever Award for 2018.

Sponsorship Opportunities - Reap the benefits of supporting Small to Medium Business in the Defence Industry by contacting Sandy Brogan to discuss a suitable package.

Proudly Sponsored by
Platinum - Thales
Gold - Nioa
Silver - Saab Group & Nova Systems
Bronze -  Lockheed Martin, Rheinmetall, CEA Technologies
Pre Dinner Drinks - Goal Group Professional Services

 

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