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Home Events The Olympics & Paralympics Brisbane 2032 – Will this be known as the Digital Games?

The Olympics & Paralympics Brisbane 2032 – Will this be known as the Digital Games?

Tuesday, 14 December 2021

} 07:30 – 10:00 AM

(Brisbane Australian Eastern Standard Time)


AIIA member price: $35.00 in person (Incl. GST)

$10 virtual

Jean Cheney | jean@aiia.com.au

Deloitte, Brisbane QLD

Non-member price: $50.00 in person

$20 virtual (Ex. GST, booking fees & charges)


Brisbane is the host city for the 2032 Olympic Games. The City promises that it will be a technology driven games like no other.

Will the Brisbane 2032 Olympics game be the Digital Games? Join us as our expert panel and keynote speakers discuss the digital infrastructure that will go into these Games.

Our panellists will also discuss the challenges and opportunities that hosting an event of this scale represents,  and what role the Queensland private sector can play, in an increasingly digital environment.

This event should be on the list for organisations considering their Olympics strategy and seeking to network with the AIIA, its members and leaders in the digital and built environment sector. 

Keynote Speaker

Councillor Krista Adams

Deputy Mayor, Brisbane City Council
Civic Cabinet Chair for Economic Development & the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Committee

Krista Adams was elected as Councillor for the ward of Wishart in 2008. Since 2010, Krista has been appointed to a variety of senior management roles.

Initially taking on the role of Chair of Council, she has been a Civic Cabinet Chair for Lifestyle, Finance and Economic Development then Public and Active Transport Economic and Tourism Development.


Professor Michael Rosemann

Director of the Centre for Future Enterprise and a Professor for Innovation Systems at the Business School, Queensland University of Technology (QUT)


  • Mark Campbell, Chief Executive Officer, DBM Vircon
  • Andrew Spina, Acting Chief Customer and Digital Officer, Queensland Government
  • Nicola Dorling, Partner – Enterprise Technology, Deloitte Australia
  • Dr. Daniyal Mian, Regional Asset Management Leader, Arup
  • Kiri Parr, Director & infrastructure consultant, Kiri Parr Consulting
  • Shaun Nesbitt, Chief Digital and Information Officer, Queensland Urban Utilities

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Please note that this event will be hosted both in person and streamed online. When purchasing a ticket please ensure that you select In Person or Virtual ticket.

In person tickets include a light stand up breakfast, with tea and coffee.


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