Incentivise Live, the Society of Incentive Travel Excellence ANZ one-day conference in Sydney on Monday, August 7,will be asking some big questions and providing plenty of insights into the changing nature of audiences and the new social agenda and how these are likely to impact businesses and the delivery of incentive travel rewards moving forward.
Futurist Simon Kuestenmacher will examine how our changing demographics are driving a new social agenda and pinpoint how this can impact every aspect of our thinking. The topic will be explored further by looking through the eyes of our next generation of incentive travel practitioners at what changes we can expect 10, 20 and 30 years from now.
To be held at The InterContinental Sydney, the conference will also focus on the importance of communities, governments and industry working together to preserve our cultural identities as an increasingly important ingredient for a sustainable future.
Another hot speaker will be Queensland’s 2021 Australian of the Year and only the second medical student to graduate as a doctor with quadriplegia, Dinesh Palipana. Through Dinesh’s story, Incentivise Live attendees will leave with a new perspective on what it means when we think about equity and inclusion.
AI expert, Darren Gorelick, will provide attendees with ideas on how to innovate in ways they never thought possible.
SITE ANZ President, Nicole Tingey, said this one-day conference has been designed with both supplier and buyer members in mind with the aim of demonstrating the power of incentives and giving practitioners new tools to grow their business opportunities.
“We have a great line-up of speakers and the hospitality at The InterContinental Sydney will be first-rate. If you work in the incentive travel sector or you want to know more then I encourage you to register to attend.”
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