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Women in Tech. Fest 2019 is taking place 6-8 November in Brisbane. Now in it's 4th year, this is a proven, high level, fun and immersive event for forward thinking women who want to advance their leadership skills, expand their networks and keep up to date with the latest tech trends impacting Australia and the rest of the world. 


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ABSIA recently sought nominations of interest from Members to join three of the OpenPEPPOL eDelivery Community Working Groups. ABSIA now has a representative for each of the working groups and ABSIA Members now comprise 23% of the groups.


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ABSIA and the Trans-Tasman Business Circle have come together to organise a Study Tour to Singapore from 5-8 November 2019. This Study Tour will cove attendance to the first Exchange Summit in Asia Pacific, opportunities to meet with government, enterprise and small businesses who have implemented e-Invoicing in Singapore. There is the option to extend to Kuala Lumpur and learn about opportunities in Malaysia and more broadly across ASEAN. 


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ABSIA will be hosting a Security SIG Webinar on Monday 8 July at 1pm (AEST) with guest Tom Crampton from Trusted Impact. This webinar is for ABSIA Members and Security SIG Members only. 


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We will be hosting part two of our PEPPOL Training Webinar on Monday 17 June at 4pm (AEST). Our guests from OpenPEPPOL will taking us more in depth into testing environments and conformance.  


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ABSIA's 2019 Annual Conference will delve into current and future opportunities for digital business and what this looks like both on a national and global scale in a digital economy. Do you have an idea for a presentation that might work well under 'Digital Business, Digital Economy'? We would love to hear from you. 


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ABSIA's Head of Government Partnerships, Karen Lay-Brew, recently spoke on behalf of ABSIA about what the decision to use the international standard PEPPOL means for Australian and New Zealand DSPs by drawing from the international experiences of European and other countries who have incentivised their economies to adopt e-Invoicing.


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