CeBIT Australia, which dubs itself ‘the largest and longest running business technology event in the Asia Pacific region’ has decided BLACK is the future with its new VIP program.
Noting its deliverance of ‘inspirational and informative business intelligence to nearly half a million attendees over its 15 year history,’ the company says its CeBIT BLACK program ‘will create an exclusive invite only engagement opportunity for tier one enterprise technology leaders and a limited number of enterprise level technology providers.’
CeBIT BLACK says it will ‘welcome over 200 of Australia’s most influential technology leaders on Thursday 28 April at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, providing them with a unique learning and networking opportunity.’
CeBIT Australia is run by Hannover Fairs Australia, with its MD, Harvey Stockbridge, ‘excited to launch the dedicated CeBIT BLACK program.’
Stockbridge said: “We recognise that the requirements of elite Australian businesses, and the enterprise and government level technology suppliers they engage, require a distinct event to cater for their needs.
“CeBIT BLACK will be held the week prior to the CeBIT Australia exhibition and conferences, and will feature presentations by Kathryn Parsons, CEO of Decoded from the UK, plus Scott Monty, Crisis Communication Strategist will join us from the US. The Hon Anthony Roberts, Minister for Industry, Resources and Energy, NSW Government will also present at the event.
“We believe events like this will assist the growth and productivity of services across the business technology landscape,” Stockbridge concluded.
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Registered attendees are from AGL, AMP, Bank of Queensland, Bupa, Caltex, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Cochlear, Deutsche Bank, Network Ten, Nokia, NSW Government, OFX, PwC, Qantas, Red Cross, Samsung, Twitter, Uniting Care, Veolia, Water NSW, Westpac, Woolworths and more. Job titles include, CIO, CTO, CEO, CMO, CISO and Heads of Digital.
The event will be emceed by ABC personality James O’Loghlin, and feature keynote speakers, entertainment and a charity auction in aid of The Smith Family.