Thank you to all our existing and prospective clients who visited our stand at the QLD Safety Show held at BCEC (Brisbane Conference and Exhibition Centre) in the middle of June, 2013.
Our well position stand (near the entrance) allowed us to best showcase our new software and touch screen solutions to new delegates who visited the show.
Our user friendly and intuitive software captured the hearts of many Health and Safety Advisors, which resulted in continuous demonstrations every minute of the show (our Favourite part!).
As many of you already know, the Safety Show is an important part of TIKS and having a memorable stand at BCEC was essential for us.
TIKS would also like to congratulate the winner of Risko’s Race, Liz Thompson (Virgin Australia) for coming first place on our leader board. We hope you enjoy your dining experience!
Thanks again to those who supported us in Brisbane and we look forward to seeing you all again soon.
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