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GIS Development Conference

Cape Town Conference Photography at the CTICC

Yesterday I was fortunate to photograph the first day of the GIS Development conference which is taking place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. I was orginally hired as a second shooter but somehow ended up being the only shooter but I love government jobs so I put on my blackest pair of Levi’s and branded top and shot everything I could.

The morning kicked off with registration of the delegates and then an Inaugural Ceremony by Minsister of Rural Development and Land Reform, Gugile Nkwinti.

Map Africa 2010 was well underway as the Minister browsed the various exhibitions in the Ball Room of the CTICC. Various breakaway sessions followed like a seminar titled Geospatial for Emergency Management as well as a workshop by Esri South Africa. After the breakout conference sessions lunch followed then two more sessions and the day closed with a cocktail function and free time as the delegates got the opportunity to browse the variouse exhibitions some more and chat with the exhibitors about there geo spatial product offerings.

Should you be hosting your corporate conference at the Cape Town International Convention Centre and are looking for a professional conference event photographer then please view my corporate function photography portfolio here .

Ciao Ralph 081 411 5496

So little done, so much to do – Cecil Rhodes.

In modern business it is not the crook who is to be feared most, it is the honest man who doesn’t know what he is doing – William Wordsworth.

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  1. Y
    December 2, 2010 at 7:35 pm

    I enjoyed meeting you at the GIS conference. Where can we find more photos? You said you would remember me. 🙂 Thanks

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