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How to fix your greatest maintenance engineering challenge and win an all-expenses paid Golden Ticket to NMEC 2017

Announcing the Golden Ticket competition: your chance to come to NMEC on us

For this year’s National Maintenance Engineering Conference we want you to tell us about your greatest maintenance engineering challenge. What is it that keeps you awake at night? Tell us and you could win the Golden Ticket to NMEC. This special Golden ticket pays for everything, including travel, accommodation and a conference pass.

Here’s how you can win and solve that mighty big engineering challenge.

1. Create a 30 second video describing your greatest maintenance engineering challenge. This could be you talking about the issues or it could include footage inside your workplace. Tell us what the problem is and the impact it has on your business. We know it’s only 30 seconds of video but we bet you can make each one count. (And don’t worry this is not a test of your video creation skills). 2. Send that video to conference@mesnz.org.nz with your contact details. Entries are now open, and close on 31 August 2017. That’s it - send us the video and you’re all entered.

3. Our panel of experts will analyse the entries, and select finalists and a winner. The Golden Ticket winner will get return airfares or travel from anywhere in NZ to the conference in Hamilton, accommodation paid for at the Novotel in Hamilton for Tuesday 14th and Wednesday 15th and your conference registration fee will be fully paid.

With just these three simple steps, the Golden Ticket could be yours.

The finalists including the winning entry will be profiled at the conference and our panel of experts will discuss and identify solutions to your greatest engineering challenge. We’ll also crowd source solutions and feedback from the conference floor, so you can be assured you will get the best answers that you’ll be able to take back to your business and work on.

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