Australian Information Industry Association
AIIA Queensland Navigating Summit – Expanding the ICT Industry in Queensland
Date: Friday 3 May 2019
Time: 07:30 am - 10:30 am
Where: Brisbane Marriott, Grand Ballroom, 515 Queen Street, Brisbane Qld 4000
Enquiries: Emma Slater email@example.com 0738764988
AIIA Member Price:$137.50 (Incl. GST) Table of 10: $1,237.50 (Incl. GST)
Non-Member Price:$192.50 (Incl. GST) Table of 10: $1,732.50 (Incl. GST)
The AIIA Queensland Council invites you to attend the Queensland Summit event on Friday, 3 May.
With State and Federal elections looming, the AIIA invites you to participate in the Queensland Navigating Summit and share your opinion on what is blocking ICT investment and growth in Queensland.
Learn how Queensland compares to the other States, discuss the skills required for the future to grow our ICT economy, and debate whether we have the right ICT incentive policies/programs in place to expand this sector in 2020 and beyond.
This interactive breakfast event will feature keynote presentations from key industry professionals as well as an in-depth panel debate and discussion, concluding with a networking morning tea.
Tickets are expected to sell quickly, register now to secure your place.
Hon Mick de Brenni
Minister for Housing and Public Works; Minister for Digital Technology; Minister for Sport
A/Chief Executive, Trade and Investment Queensland
Paul Martyn leads Trade and Investment Queensland, the Queensland Government’s dedicated global business agency. Paul works with more than 220 staff worldwide to help Queensland firms achieve export success and to encourage global investment in Queensland projects.
Paul has over 20 years’ experience in economic development, working with industries, firms and regions to successfully grow and compete in a global context.
Prior to joining TIQ, Paul led the implementation of the Queensland Government’s flagship $650 million Advance Queensland (AQ) agenda, working to promote innovation-led economic growth.
Paul has worked to encourage growth and investment in a wide range of Queensland’s key sectors, including resources and energy, agriculture, manufacturing, tourism, defence industries and high technology.
Professor Marek Kowalkiewicz
Chair in Digital Economy, QUT
Professor Marek Kowalkiewicz is an academic and industry leader with extensive experience in conducting academically sound research, co-innovating with industry and university partners, and delivering innovative products to the market.
Currently, as Professor and Chair in Digital Economy, as well as Leader of the Embracing Digital Age research theme, he leads Queensland University of Technology’s research agenda to inform and influence a robust digital economy in Australia.
Marek manages a contemporary research portfolio and converts industry driven opportunities into research outcomes of global relevance. He is an invited government expert, university lecturer and project lead, as well as an inventor and author.
Marek is recognised as a top quality manager and excellent public speaker and has an interest in working with stakeholders in developing innovative ideas, ground-breaking business applications and high-impact new technologies.
Chief Growth Officer and a co-founder at GO1
GO1 is the world’s largest marketplace of workplace training providing customers with the ability to access training on almost any topic from workplace compliance training through to employee professional development.
Founded and headquartered in Brisbane, GO1’s team of over 100 staff across seven global offices service customers from small businesses through to enterprise customers and entire government agencies.
As Chief Growth Officer, Vu oversees inbound and outbound lead generation, new customer acquisition and sales.
Vu also has a background as a qualified medical doctor holding a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and is also Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP).
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