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Equip: Apple Advantage

Considering the prevalence of MacBooks, iPhones, iPads and Mac desktops in our offices, we are thrilled to announce a special partnership with Apple for the benefit of our residents at The Office Space. We have secured an ongoing relationship with the Apple team at Broadway and a direct line of contact with the Apple Small Business Support Team. Take advantage of specialised pricing, get advice to match Apple products and services to your business needs, and have a ‘real person’ help you resolve any issues and get the most out of your Apple products. To launch this relationship we are offering a free Apple MacBook training session for 8 clients on Thursday 17 November at the Broadway Genius Bar (Level 3 in the shopping complex) from 6pm. Take advantage of their expertise and join us for a one-hour session which will cover:

  • Best practice storage management
  • Optimising iCloud capabilities
  • Short cuts, tips and tricks to make the most of your Mac
  • Any trouble-shooting questions or Apple frustrations you may have

As an ongoing offer to all our residents, contact Apple Broadway for any business software and hardware support via email or phone (02 8035 4020) and be sure to mention The Office Space to fast track your enquiry. Where: Apple Store Broadway When: 6pm–7pm, Thursday 17 November Cost: FREE to all residents of The Office Space (limited to 8 people) RSVP: Email us by Wednesday 16 November We will arrange free Uber transfers from our Reservoir Street office at 5:45pm  

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