Sponsorships and Exhibition Opportunities Available for the Australian Rural and Remote Mental Health Symposium

The Australian Rural and Remote Mental Health Symposium is now in its 7th year and will be held at the Novotel Forest Resort Creswick, Victoria 26-28 October.

The event continues to grow from strength to strength and last year's we received exceptional feedback from all involved including;

"I love this conference; it was my third attendance. I love the ideas and the inspiration from oral presentations. This program was well organised, well implemented and certainly involved the community."

"It was an extremely informative and very well organised symposium. I'm recommending next year's to all my friends!"

"Absolutely brilliant with so much information. Networking was second to none. I met so many new contacts."

"I learnt so much and was very welcomed by everyone I spoke to - organisers and attendees alike."

Sponsorship ProspectusOn behalf of the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association and Symposium Committee, it gives me great pleasure to invite you and your organisation to join us at this important event as a sponsor, exhibitor and/or advertiser.

The Symposium's theme, Innovation and Opportunity, means being innovative in the delivery of services and entrepreneurial in the provision of mental health services to rural and remote Australia. The Symposium will hear from leaders in the field and discuss the opportunities not yet implemented. Let’s explore what it means to be innovative and entrepreneurial.

Join us in Creswick, VIC from the 26 - 28 October 2015. We have a large number of opportunities available starting as low as $450.

For more information, please contact the Symposium Secretariat via email on rrmh@anzmh.asn.au  or download the Sponsorship Prospectus here.

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