Autodesk University ASEAN 2016. Bangkok, 6.16. Register by 5.31 for Discount!

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It’s not too late! Save ฿1,800 when you register by May 31 for Autodesk University ASEAN in Bangkok—the first AU International conference of 2016. This action-packed event includes keynote addresses, an exhibition showcase, and your choice of dozens of hands-on Autodesk product labs and industry talks. It all happens in exciting Bangkok for one day only.

Save ฿1,800 and register today!

For more information, see below—and visit the AU ASEAN 2016 website.

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AutoCAD classes include …

  • Peer into the future of AutoCAD
  • 60 AutoCAD tips in 90 minutes
  • AutoCAD 360—Design every detail, everywhere (Parts 1 and 2)
  • AutoCAD Design Suite—3D concept to realistic rendering using suite workflow
  • Treat AutoCAD like your smartphone and customize your workflow

Keynote speakers include …

  • Jack Doxey, Global Field Marketing, Autodesk
  • Pat Williams, Senior VP, Asia Pacific, Autodesk

When: June 16, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Where: Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre, 999/99 Rama 1 Road Pathumwan

Special negotiated hotel rates for AU ASEAN 2016 attendees!

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