The digital and technology talent of the Moreton Bay region was on show at the CLICK! Digital expo held in Brisbane on Friday 11 November.
The Moreton Technology Alliance (MTA) point of difference was obvious as more and more people arrived at our stand after being directed to find out just how we managed to form a regional collaboration of Technology businesses.
MTA secretary, Sarah-Jane Peterschlingmann said “Exhibiting at Click Digital was an exciting opportunity for MTA to generate awareness and showcase our collaborative approach. Our objective is to support technology businesses in the region by building connections and working together. Click Digital provided an excellent platform to achieve this objective.”
Regional Development Australia Moreton Bay is the founding partner of MTA and it was exciting to be part of an event where the businesses of the region stood-out and attracted so much attention. The businesses represented on the day as part of the MTA stand included; Atech, Flowbiz, Runtime Design, ICS Technologies, MacroGIS, Social Mediology, and TAFE Queensland Redcliffe. Elsewhere at the expo other MTA members Synergy 8 and Cyber Guru were doing their thing and two potential new members from the Moreton Bay region – Pixecart and OrigamiGlobe – proudly demonstrated their innovative product offerings.
“It was inspiring to see so many group members either actively involved on the day or represented through the exhibit. We look forward to the next opportunity to combine our capabilities and drive the growth of the technology industry in the Moreton Bay Region” commented Sarah-Jane.
Interested in knowing more? Contact the MTA Chairman David Kleinschmidt at email@example.com.