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The ANZA Technology Network, an organisation created to aid the entry of Australasian companies into the US IT market, says its 'boot camp' seminar series in the past two weeks attracted about 50 companies and 150 executives.

The ANZA Technology Network, an organisation created to aid the entry of Australasian companies into the US IT market, says its "boot camp" seminar series in the past two weeks attracted about 50 companies and 150 executives.

The seminars, which were designed to prepare those companies planning on attending a showcase in Silicon Valley in November, concentrated on cultural and operational differences and how to fine-tune their 30-second pitches and five-minute presentations.

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