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OPPO is also joining us tonight from 6.30pm to 7pm

Tonight, Mathew Ho will be providing a brief overview of OPPO, the four pillars that defines the brand and its history, as well as delving into its product range, specifically the Find X, the R15 Pro and the AX5.

He will be bringing some devices for the group to check out and get hands-on with. If we do happen to find a device to give away, we will bring it along.


Meetings This Week:

Main Meeting - Tuesday Sep 25th - 5:30 pm (6:00 pm meeting start) - 8:00 pm

September 2018 Main Meeting featuring Vodafone

Our special guest this month is Megan Retka-Tidd, Head of The Vodafone Foundation.

As Meg will explain, "everyone has the power to do good".

For Meg, experience across the digital media, education, community and corporate sectors have given her the skills to innovate, collaborate, and create measurable, sustainable impact on issues that matter.

The Vodafone Foundation exists to make Australia healthier through technology. It's Meg's job to make that vision come to fruition, with support from the Foundation board, the business, and our strategic partnerships.

We are going to learn about two Vodafone Foundation initiatives, which are as follows:

DreamLab: By allowing the use of their smartphone on this award-winning app, users help speed up cancer research at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research. The end-goal of this research supported by DreamLab is to find safer and more effective treatments for cancer.

Hello Sunday Morning: we are supporting Hello Sunday Morning to help change Australia's relationship with alcohol.

Gerard Mansour is Vodafone's Head of Consumer Media Relations, and he will also present a slide that briefly covers Vodafone's new unlimited mobile phone and data plans and Vodafone NBN offerings, but that won't be the main feature of the presentation, and Gerard is doing it because I've suggested it's simply worth letting us know what Vodafone is doing in this regard.

There will also be two Genome Power Pack mobile phone batteries, valued at $49 each to be won in the raffle on the night, as well as the lucky door prize, Q&A, interesting tech news and more.

So, see you on Tuesday night!



Digital Photography - Friday Sep 28th - 9:30 am (10:00 am meeting start) - 12 noon

Hear about all the newest digital photography topics.

And, of course, there will be the usual Q&A and other discussions.

Meeting Next Week:

Penrith Group - Saturday Oct 6th - 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Bob Backstrom
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