The gala night for the process and control engineering industry is fast approaching and there are limited tickets still available. Held at the prestigious Doltone House in Hyde Park, the Zenith Awards highlight the best innovations and projects in the past year. Every year there is a keynote speaker who offers an excellent insight into … Continue reading Last chance for Zenith Awards tickets
In less than two weeks the winners of the 2017 Zenith Awards will be announced on August 15th at a gala event at Doltone House, Hyde Park in Sydney. This year’s finalists have all been outstanding in their fields and deserve the recognition of their peers. The evening will be hosted by The Chaser’s Craig … Continue reading Zenith Awards finalists announced
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