Join us at the 10th Annual OHS Leaders Australia Summit Be part of Australia’s largest gathering of senior Health, Safety & Wellbeing executives 6th - 7th April 2022, Sofitel Hotel, Brisbane Join us at the 10th Annual OHS Leaders Australia Summit Be part of Australia’s largest gathering of senior Health & Safety executives 6th - 7th April 2022, Sofitel Hotel, Brisbane Register Interest Testimonial Video Summit Themes Key themes and topics are developed by our
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the country's most respected workplace Health &
Safety heads . These will be addressed over the course
of the OHS Leaders Summit Australia.

Join us at the 10th Annual OHS Leaders
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BE PART OF AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST GATHERING
OF SENIOR HEALTH SAFETY & WELLBEING EXECUTIVES
6 – 7 April 2022,
SOFITEL HOTEL, BRISBANE

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ABOUT THE EVENT

The OHS Leaders Summit Australia is the country’s premier event for senior health and safety executives, and in 2022 we will once again see this elite group come together.

Taking place on 6th – 7th April 2022 at the Sofitel Hotel in Brisbane, the 10th annual OHS Leaders Summit is THE MEETING PLACE for over 150 Directors of Health, Safety and Wellbeing from across Australia.

The program features some of the most senior Health, Safety and Wellbeing leaders from across Australia and overseas, while more than 35 presentations will be taking place over the two days via keynotes, panel discussions, workshops and targeted roundtable discussions.

You will also be able to personalise your own agenda and maximise your time out of the office by engaging in only the most relevant sessions for your business.

Various networking functions will be held over the two days in the shape of refreshments breaks, lunches, breakfasts, networking drinks and dinner, giving you the chance to interact and catch up with your peers in a very relaxed setting.

Whilst we are all adjusting to the ‘new norm’ and adapting to the challenges and opportunities that COVID-19 brought for us all, we are committed to deliver a great event in a well-managed and safe environment.

We have introduced new event protocols to safeguard the health and wellbeing of all our sponsors, attendees and staff whilst continuing to deliver strong opportunities and engagements.

SPEAKERS

Jane Bourke
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Jane Bourke

Director - Health and Safety (APAC/MENA/LATAM), Amazon

Nicole Copeland
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Nicole Copeland

Vice President - HSSE Professional Services, Wood

Gus Worland
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Gus Worland

Founder/Director, Gotcha4life

Danielle Odd
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Danielle Odd

Group Head of Safety Strategy, Nine Entertainment

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PROGRAM

The summit program is a draft and is subject to change.

Arrival & Registration

45min

Welcome & Introduction

Tyron McGurgan, CEO, Focus Network

5min

Opening Remarks – Master of Ceremonies

Andrew Barrett, Chief Connector, Safety on Tap

10min

Andrew Barrett

Andrew loves solving challenges with people. He also loves sharing. There are so many challenges to work on, and many being solved every day - [...]

Opening Keynote Presentation – The evolving OHS leader – from safety policeman to performance enabler

Speaker coming soon

  • Addressing the new challenges in the way we approach workplace health and safety
  • Influencing a safe and health work culture – from non-managerial employees to the boardroom
  • Aligning safety to the business strategy through negotiation and influence

30min

Keynote Presentation – Leveraging innovation to create safe and healthy workplaces across multiple geographies and cultures

Jane Bourke, Director, Director - Health and Safety (APAC/MENA/LATAM), Amazon

To create a safe and healthy workplace, companies are looking for ways to use technology to manage risk and get better data, faster. The right information drives key safety decisions and inspires innovation that can lead to a safer working environment. Ultimately, technology can help save lives, but how do companies select the right technology and implement controls that continually improve workplace health and safety?

Hear from Amazon’s Jane Bourke to learn about innovations and technological advancements that create safer workplaces for Amazon’s growing network of employees across the APAC, MENA and LATAM regions. Whether it’s feedback from associates or real-time risk controls, Amazon is pioneering the way that businesses can use technology to improve safety in the workplace.


30min

Jane Bourke

Jane is a globally accomplished professional with extensive leadership experience developing and executing strategy to drive sustainable business [...]

Keynote Presentation – How reducing sprains & strains creates positive mental health outcomes

Terry Wong, General Manager, Move 4 Life

    New research has found that almost 30% of people who have suffered a musculoskeletal disorder (MSD) were receiving treatment for depression 12-months later.

    This presentation by Terry Wong will present a line of thinking that addresses a link between the two biggest issues on everyone's agenda - mental health and sprain and strain injuries.

    With real stories and evidence he will show how your organisation can achieve positive mental health outcomes for its workforce by reducing sprains & strains - at work and at home!


40min

Terry Wong

Terry Wong is General Manager of Move 4 Life.  He is dedicated to eliminating the impact and cost of sprain and strain injuries and [...]

Networking Break

15min

One-to-One Meetings

30min

Workshop 1 – Combining agile working principles with safety II

Nicole Copeland, Vice President - HSSE Professional Services, Wood
  • Getting the base right - what are the prerequisites for combining Agile and Safety?
  • Identifying the measurable benefits of applying agile working methods in a safety environment
  • Managing the challenges of aligning scrum sprints with safety requirements
  • Combining scrum with working safely - using quality as your guiding principle instead of cost

    30min

  • Nicole Copeland

    Nicole is a seasoned, proven and mission driven Executive HSEQ professional showcasing 23+ years of combined experience immersed within [...]

    One-to-One Meetings

    30min

    Workshop 2 – Building safety systems that can adjust to cope with the unpredictable

    Speaker coming soon.

    • Embracing the frontlines in order to get a better understanding of what is needed, and how things work more effectively
    • Examining the processes we put into place – are some redundant?
    • Refining the process by constantly asking “where can we add and where we can subtract unnecessary and extraneous procedures

    30min

    Keynote Panel Discussion – How technology advances are changing the role of an OHS Leader

    Moderator:

    Matthew Browne, Chief Executive Officer, Donesafe

    Join Donesafe Co-Founder Matthew Browne and Safety Thought Leaders for an insightful panel discussion on the modern era of technology, its impacts on safety in the workforce and the profession, as well as a look at future technology trends.

    The panel will bring this new reality into focus and highlight what everyone needs to be thinking about as the role of the modern safety leader evolves. We will hear success stories, battle scars and practical advice learned from those who have already evolved their approach to their work and role.


    40min

    Matthew Browne

    As one of Donesafe’s two founders, Matthew Browne is driving one of the fastest growing safety startups in Australia. Matthew works closely [...]

    Networking Lunch

    40min

    International Keynote Presentation – How safety II and safety differently are guiding the next stages of safety development

      Synopsis coming soon.

    John Green, Vice President Global HSE, SNC-Lavalin (UK)

    30min

    John Green

    Director level Risk Professional with considerable experience, and commercial acumen in the oil, petrochemical, aviation, utilities and [...]

    One-to-One Meetings

    30min

    Workshop 3A – The Needs Haven’t Changed – Just the Delivery!

    Rob Fisher, President and Director of Operations, Fisher Improvement Technologies
    Developing sustainability and resilience in an organisation requires an understanding of how and why people succeed and fail.  This science has developed into what many call "Human & Orgainsational Performance", or HOP. 

    Rob will talk about the concepts of HOP through the lens of over 300 successful global deployments. He will describe how the science and concepts can be practically applied through a process of Education, Integration, and Sustainability to increase organisational capacity and resilience.



    30min

    Rob Fisher

    Rob is a pioneer in Human and Organisational Performance and all aspects of performance improvement including incorporating the understanding of [...]

    Workshop 3B

    Tony Webster-Smith, Regional Vice-President - APAC, Avetta
    Synopsis coming soon

    30min

    Tony Webster-Smith

    Experienced Regional Vice President with a demonstrated history of working in the logistics and supply chain industry. Skilled in HSE Management [...]

    One-to-One Meetings

    30min

    Workshop 4 – Safety governance in practice

    Wade Needham, General Manager, Fresh Country Farms of Australia
    • Safety Governance vs Safety Management – how do they differ?
    • Winning support for, establishing and operating effective Board Committees
    • How to move past Industrial Manslaughter as a driver for Directors?
    • Identifying the links between Safety Governance and ESG
    • Examining the rise in active institutional shareholders and how to harness

    30min

    Wade Needham

    Wade is working with forwarding thinking leaders in the agriculture and post farm gate industries to reduce the frequency and impact of ill [...]

    Roundtable Session – Enhance ROI by establishing a consistent methodology for supply chain risk management

    Tony Webster-Smith, Regional Vice President - APAC, Avetta

    Outsourcing is a key component to your supply chain with a significant business ROI. However, there are risks that are introduced with such strategies—only half of buyers say they monitor supply chain risk, and over 60% of suppliers fail to meet project requirements or qualifications for the job.

    We will discuss how to manage those risks, moving beyond decentralized emails and spreadsheets and into a centralized supplier data collection and evaluation methodology.

    With the right approach, your team will obtain the proper safety and insurance information and view potential risks across all of your supplier relationships, helping you evaluate suppliers properly, improve supplier quality, safety and sustainability.


    40min

    Tony Webster-Smith

    Experienced Regional Vice President with a demonstrated history of working in the logistics and supply chain industry. Skilled in HSE Management [...]

    Roundtable Session – Transform safety training into engaging learning experiences that make a real impact

    Jen Jackson, CEO & Founder - Everyday Massive
    Whether it was the Fatigue Management training that left you feeling more fatigued than a long haul flight, or the safety induction where you learned just how much you dislike Clipart … we’ve all heard our inner voice scream “there has to be another way!” There is. Join the Everyday Massive team to learn more about ‘the other way'.

    At this roundtable we will:

    • Explain how to transform safety training into learning experiences that engage people, drive change, and meet organisational objectives.
    • Discuss different learning modalities such as online, peer-to-peer, and facilitator-led.
    • Share what organisations like Amazon, PepsiCo, and ProBuild are doing to help their teams embed safety management systems, adopt new risk management processes, understand high risk activities, develop safety leadership capability, and refresh their safety culture.

    40min

    Jen Jackson

    Partners with Amazon Global WHS human-integration team Safety engagement specialists for high-risk industries Human-centred designers for [...]

    Roundtable Session

    Speaker and synopsis coming soon

    40min

    Roundtable Session

    Speaker and synopsis coming soon

    40min

    Networking Break

    15min

    Keynote Panel Discussion – Getting the Boards onboard

    Panellists:

    James Pomeroy, Director Global Health & Safety, Arup (UK)
    Chris Jones, Chief Safety and Wellbeing Officer, Department of Corrections, New Zealand Government
    Sarah Zeljko, Non Executive Director, Powerlink
    Shane Durdin, Vice President HSE – Centre of Excellence, Jacobs
    • What are the legislative needs of board members?
    • Guiding the board – how can WHS Leaders engage the Board to actively manage, monitor and review lead metrics and HSE risks?
    • How do you structure your board charter and committees?

    30min

    Chris Jones

    Speaker bio coming [...]

    James Pomeroy

    Speaker bio coming [...]

    Sarah Zeljko

    Sarah Zeljko is a professional non-executive director on the Boards of LGIA Super, Verbrec and Unity Water and is the Chair of the Boards of [...]

    Shane Durdin

    Responsible for developing and enabling implementation of Jacobs’ strategy for health, safety, environment, security and organizational [...]

    Roundtable Session – Health and safety performance through the lens of construction leaders

    Ben Kirkbride, Head of Health, Safety, Environment and Quality, Gamuda Australia
    Dan Collins, Speaker | Mentor - Winners at all levels | Performance Coach | Olympic Medalist and World Champion, www.dancollins.com.au
    Synopsis coming soon

    40min

    Ben Kirkbride

    Ben is a passionate and proven HSE professional with more than 18 years' experience in leading and managing a range of Health and Safety, Quality [...]

    Dan Collins

    Dan has spent his life dedicated to the art of excellence - being at his personal best with unwavering commitment to his goals. From preparing [...]

    Roundtable Session – We are ready for our next step in Safety, but we don’t want more rules, checklist & procedures

    Kurt Warren, National HSE & Quality Manager, Hansen Yuncken
    • Hansen Yuncken’s 3-year “Work Differently” strategy, from theory to practice
    • Developing and implementing a roadmap to greater success – engagement insights and hurdles?
    • A year and a half into building capability - evidence-based improvements so far
    • Anchoring our next horizon – where are we heading?

    40min

    Kurt Warren

    Kurt is a highly accomplished, insightful & business focused safety executive offering over 20 years’ experience in a range of safety [...]

    Roundtable Session – Accelerate change and progress through the power of storytelling

    Amanda Clements, Executive Manager HSEQ, ProBuild

    As Health & Safety professionals, we are in the business of change, be it implementing a strategy, innovating, or enabling continuous improvement. All of which requires great skill to explain, persuade, inspire and influence others.

    A powerful way to do that is through the use of sharing real life stories. It’s so powerful in fact that you can get commitment to a strategy in minutes that may otherwise have taken weeks if not months. Yet referring to research, figures and stats still reigns supreme, often resulting in slow action or no action at all.

    In this session, Amanda will provide insights into the power of storytelling and how it can accelerate change in your organisation. You will be provided with a framework and practical tools for crafting highly impactful stories that will help you tap into this important skill. Amanda's hope is this will assist you in your quest for positive change and meaningful progress when it comes to work, health and safety.

     

    40min

    Amanda Clements

    Amanda's mission is to help great teams do extraordinary things. Using an integrated and holistic systems approach, one of her strengths is [...]

    Roundtable Session – Pandemic Risk Management in the last 180 days – examining the legal and medical impacts for companies

    Danielle Odd, Group Head of safety Strategy, Nine Entertainment
    Shailendra Tripathi, Director of Health Safety and Wellbeing, Optus

      This roundtable session will discuss the potential implications post-Covid for health and safety legislation. This will be an opportunity for delegates to join the discussion and question panellists what are the significant issues for employers in both the workers' compensation and WHS spheres?

      Delegates will hear from Danielle Odd, Group Head of Safety Strategy, Nine Entertainment and Shailendra Tripathi, Director of Health Safety and Wellbeing, Optus on how they are collectively solving the challenges on COVID-19 risk management, testing, reporting, communication and bringing business back to normal.



      40min

    Danielle Odd

    I am a passionate and enthusiastic Health Safety and Wellbeing Leader dedicated to ensuring compliance but more so making HS&W meaningful [...]

    Shailendra Tripathi

    Director of Work Health and Safety, Wellbeing and Claims management. Shailendra has expertise in Quality, Safety and Environmental systems and [...]

    Free Time

    60min

    OHS Leaders Networking Reception

    30min

    OHS Leaders Networking Dinner

    2h 30min

    Networking Breakfast

    40min

    Opening Keynote Presentation – Psychological safety and the Boeing 737 Max

    Ed Pierson, Former Senior Manager, Boeing 737 Program

      Ed Pierson, a former senior manager at Boeing’s 737 Factory in Renton, Washington, raised concerns to his supervisors about the dangerously unstable production environment and risks to the safety of airplanes.

      The factory was plagued with overworked employees, chronic part shortages, quality issues, and unrelenting schedule pressure to deliver MAX airplanes.

      Ed recommended Boeing leadership shutdown production operations before both crashes, but sadly he was ignored. After the crashes he implored the leaders of the NTSB, FAA, and DOT to conduct a thorough investigation of the factory and to involve international accident investigators but was ignored again.

      He shared his story with the U.S. Congress. In turn, Congress directed the FAA to conduct a proper investigation. Instead, the FAA focused on helping Boeing recertify the airplane.

      In response, Ed conducted his own investigation and linked factory conditions to both crashes. He is determined to shine a light on the truth to help avoid future tragedies.


    30min

    Keynote Presentation – Building mental fitness

    Gus Worland, Founder, Gotcha4Life
    • Mental Fitness - with the focus on building emotional muscle, and social connection and making a significant impact in raising the mental state of men, women, their families and communities.
    • Meaningful Mateship / Talk and communicate. Build a deeper level of chat with your friends, family and others in your community. Don’t worry alone.
    • Speak up, reach out- encouraging everyone to speak up, reach out and develop the skills and connections needed for mental wellbeing.

    30min

    Gus Worland

    A compassionate bloke, Gus wears his heart on his sleeve. But that heart was shattered the day news arrived that Angus - his friend, mentor and [...]

    Keynote Panel Discussion – The silent pandemic – addressing mental health in the workplace

    Panellists:

    Brooke Dwyer, Group Wellbeing Manager, Qantas 
    Jenny Harris, GM, Workplace Safety & Regional Shared Services HR, Country Road Group and David Jones 
    Jim Kelly, Director Health & Safe Design, Safework NSW
    Rebekah Ganim, Group Head of Safety, Sunrice
    Workplace mental health has been catapulted to the top of the management agenda this year. What behaviours can employers incorporate to create a safer, more supportive workplace culture? This session covers the best practices for creating a positive work environment that truly supports employees.
    • What can employers tangibly do to foster a healthy workplace culture?
    • What kinds of mental health initiatives and resources are proving effective?
    • Mindfulness, ERG groups and other tools to help find balance

    40min

    Brooke Dwyer

    Brooke is an an experienced wellbeing and inclusion leader, with proven capabilities in strategy development and implementation, stakeholder [...]

    Jennifer Harris

    A HSE professional with extensive executive experience in health and safety leadership, strategy and team management. Jenny has a broad range of [...]

    Jim Kelly

    Jim is an experienced people leader, passionate about supporting business to harness the full potential of their people through harm reduction [...]

    Rebekah Ganim

    Bio coming [...]

    Networking Break

    15min

    One-to-One Meetings

    30min

    Workshop 5A – Agile analytics & tech for successful Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)

    Naveen GV, Managing Director & Global BD Executive New Subscriber Development, Benchmark ESG - Powered by Gensuite

    In the current business scenario, it is imperative for OSH leaders, to understand the impact of key OSH performance metrics on the overall ESG performance of an organization.

    Having a robust OSH digital ecosystem helps the operational leaders to make swift and intelligent decisions that directly contributes in strengthening the ESG vision of the organization and creating long term stakeholder value.

    Join this session to know more about the evolving world of ESG and how OSH is a key contributor that propels ESG performance of an organization with the help of radical digitalization and effective use of analytics.


    30min

    Naveen GV

    Naveen G.V is an Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) and Management professional with 20 years of experience spanning across Government, [...]

    Workshop 5B – Using artificial intelligence to democratise ergonomics in the workplace

    Samuel Gerges, CPE, Sr. Ergonomics Engineer, VelocityEHS
    Until recently, quantitative assessments for identifying musculoskeletal disorder risk factors in the workplace required in-depth training, competency, and practice. Ergonomics teams would get bogged down by the dreaded “paralysis by analysis” and spend valuable time finding issues in the workplace versus spending time fixing them. With recent advances in technology including artificial intelligence and computer vision, it is now possible to democratize ergonomics—involve everyone in optimizing the workplace. Ergonomics teams can be equipped with tools that help them solve problems more accurately, quickly, and effectively. This session will explore the role of technology, how to increase team effectiveness, and scale ergonomics across an enterprise.

    30min

    Samuel Gerges

    Samuel Gerges, Senior Ergonomics Engineer at VelocityEHS, partners with companies to develop, manage, and sustain health and safety, ergonomics, [...]

    One-to-One Meetings

    30min

    Workshop 6 – Developing a psychologically safe workplace: the Australia Post journey

    Fiona Andrew, National Mental Health and Wellbeing Manager, Australia Post

    When reasonable efforts are made to protect the mental health and wellbeing of employees, a psychologically safe workplace is created. High levels of psychosocial risk in the work environment have the potential to generate employee mental health concerns, and/or exacerbate existing conditions. The identification and mitigation of psychosocial risks, coupled with the provision of a supportive and healthy workplace has the ability to reduce the onset, severity, impact, and duration of mental health concerns, as well as produce happier and more productive employees.

    In this session, Fiona will share Australia Post’s journey in creating a psychologically safe workplace.


    30min

    Fiona Andrew

    With a passion for supporting organisations to create mentally healthy workplaces, Fiona regards herself as fortunate to have joined the [...]

    Keynote Presentation – Does accountable safety leadership mean pleading guilty when a tragedy occurs?

    Katherine Morris, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright

    A significant opportunity and challenge for OHS leaders arising from the introduction of industrial manslaughter laws concerns how business leaders view accountability following a serious workplace incident.

    There is considerably higher legal risk exposure for custodial sentences and penalties in the millions of dollars. It is incumbent on OHS leaders to comprehensively address this new context, not minimize it or shy away from it.

    This means strongly focusing on safety culture and measuring and documenting this, a sharp focus on eliminating fatal risks, evidencing satisfaction of due diligence duties and strong legal risk management.

    The address will cover these issues and raise challenges as to what this accountability looks like.



    40min

    Katherine Morris

    Katherine Morris is a partner at Norton Rose Fulbright, specialising in work health and safety law. She has over 18 years’ experience working [...]

    Networking Lunch

    40min

    One-to-One Meetings

    30min

    Workshop 7 – From symptoms to systemic – Evolving our approach to workplace mental health

    Mental ill-health doesn’t discriminate and can impact anyone, including high performers. More than ever, it is imperative organisations strategically consider how they can improve their employees experience of work allowing them to flourish and thrive and adopt mental health as a positive concept.

    Join Kym and David in exploring a practical case study in taking an evidence-based approach to mental health. They will share lessons learnt, successes and a roadmap for adopting a holistic approach to mental health.

    Dave Burroughs, Principal Psychologist, Australian Psychological Services
    Kym Bancroft, Head of Safety, Environment & Wellbeing, Asia Pacific, Serco


    30min

    David Burroughs

    David has worked as a psychologist across community, military and workplace mental health for almost 20 years. His speciality has been operating [...]

    Kym Bancroft

    Experienced in the design, development and implementation of evidence-based Safety and Wellbeing Cultural Change processes, Kym can [...]

    Roundtable Session

    Speaker and synopsis coming soon

    40min

    Roundtable Session

    Synopsis coming soon.

    Lucas Finch, Global Head of Wellbeing, Xero

    40min

    Lucas Finch

    Lucas creates outcomes for companies who wish to see their employees flourish while improving the bottom line. Specialising in using evidence [...]

    Roundtable Session

    Synopsis coming soon.

    Sean Silvey, Executive Manager, Safety and Wellbeing, IAG

    40min

    Sean Silvey

    A highly outcome focussed and strategic executive with outstanding relationship and change management skills. Proven resourcefulness and [...]

    Roundtable Session – Building strategic partnerships through collaboration

    Kim Hamrosi, Executive Director, Corporate Mental Health Alliance Australia (CMHAA)
    In the session Kim will speak to organisations who are leading the way on mental health across Australia, and how they are sharing, learning and tackling challenges together.

    40min

    Kim Hamrosi

    Passionately advocating for the role that corporate Australia can play in supporting the mental wellbeing of all Australians, Kim is proud to be [...]

    Closing Keynote Presentation

    Speaker and synopsis coming soon

    30min

    Master of Ceremonies Closing Remarks

    5min

    Networking Drinks

    60min

    WHY ATTEND

    STAR KEYNOTES
    AND PRESENTERS

    We invite only the leading international and local experts to provide sessions on site, this allows for attendees to be taught by front-line executives that compress years of meaningful experience into a systematic, well organised learning program.

    NETWORKING
    OPPORTUNITIES

    Keeping in line with the main goal of the event in achieving new relationships, we provide a huge amount of networking opportunities for attendees through breakfast, luncheons, cocktails and informal introductions.

    1-1 PRIVATE
    MEETINGS

    Allowing both buyers and sellers the opportunity to engage with one another onsite in a series of prearranged business meetings. These provide both parties a great opportunity to build new relationships by interacting face to face.

    TARGETED
    SESSIONS

    Being able to experience different sessions is what makes this event unique; whether you are looking to attend an interactive workshop, roundtable, 1-1 meeting or panel discussion.

    NETWORKING
    DINNER

    Interact and relax amongst your peers at the official Networking dinner where you will have the opportunity to be part of the entertainment.

    PERSONALISED
    PROGRAM

    The summit is personalised for YOU, this means that what is important to your business is important to us. We create personalised itineraries around sessions you want to attend, allowing for your time to be spent wisely while out of the office.

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