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FUTURE AUCTION EXPO TOMORROW – ‘Last media seats available’

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Future Auction Expo, One Day Only

The Future Auction Expo will take place tomorrow Wednesday the 20th of March, 2024 from 12:30pm, starting with a free media and guest lunch  +drinks. The event, held in Melbourne, Victoria, is set to showcase a range of exciting new online auction technologies set to sweep the industry including - Live AI and VR demos. Last media seats available.

Availability is limited, booking essential. One day only. Secure your seat at: https://www.webtrononlineauction.com/future-auction-expo/


Contact details:

Alex Hill

Founder and Director – Webtron

www.webtrononlineauction.com

a.hill@webtron.com.au

0423 647 722

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