Last week we were informed by the Hyatt that the NSW Government has reintroduced space limits for business meetings, forcing attendance at the LEADERS SUMMIT to be cut from 500 delegates to 300.
This will not work – this SUMMIT is too important for the sector, coming just 20 days after the Royal Commission’s Final Report.
So, we have made the decision to expand the LEADERS SUMMIT to Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, in addition to Sydney. The SUMMIT program continues with 40 of the sector’s best speakers, plus local speakers, which we will simultaneously broadcast live from all five locations.
For delegates, we will provide the full LEADERS SUMMIT experience, with prestige venues, premium networking and Hatted Restaurant dinners in each city.
It’s the full Royal Commission story condensed into two days, in your city, on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 March.
To secure your spot at LEADERS SUMMIT 2021, click here.
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