14 February 2011
Organisers of AIME are proud to have secured a panel of key industry ‘heavyweights’ to lead this year’s Business Events Forum at 8am on Tuesday 15th February. The seminar kicks off an impressive education line up at AIME 2011.
Keynote speaker Kati Quigley, director of event marketing at Microsoft Corporation will lead the forum to discuss changes to strategies and policies that need to change within international business and event management industry following the global financial crisis. Heading up a global events team for one of the world’s most prominent companies and chairing the Professional Conference Management Association, Kati Quigley is certainly an industry authority.
An impressive panel of top industry figures will join Kati, to discuss the topic including, Aileen London, senior manager of Global Meeting Services Asia-Pacific region at Oracle, Dean Tulloch, procurement manager for Commercial Network Services and Group Business Services at the National Australia Bank (NAB) and Fernando Lonergan, national manager, CWT Meetings & Events at Carlson Wagonlit.
AIME event director Sally de Swart says, “The inaugural Business Events Forum was a great success last year and the perfect opening for AIME’s impressive Education Program. I am looking forward to hearing the line-up of international speakers debating the issues facing us all in the global market.”
The Business Events Forum will take place in the AIME Auditorium of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on Tuesday 15th February from 8am – 9.45am.