AIME has updated its education program to now include two streams of sessions over the two day tradeshow.
Dubbed AIME Knowledge, the program features sixteen sessions led by high profile speakers including Thinkativity chief executive Nigel Collin, Climate Friendly chief executive Freddy Sharpe and Net-A-Porter co-founder Megan Quinn.
Topics will cover all aspects of the meetings and incentives industry and include educational sessions on how to maximise communication strategies, liaise with industry partners, and how to embrace technology without devaluing face to face exposure.
Reed Travel Exhibitions director for AIME Sally de Swart encouraged all industry professionals to take part in this year's program.
“With such a wide range of speakers and topics, this is certainly one of the industry’s most comprehensive education programs,” she said.
A full stream of the program has been developed in conjunction with the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE), with a tailored focus on business travel.
Covering topics such as duty of care, the effect of carbon pricing and the rising impact of mobile technology, the workshop is scheduled to run on February 26.
Visitors can receive unlimited access to all AIME Knowledge sessions for $175 or pay $55 per session. Visit www.aime.com.au to purchase tickets.
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