Last week the Federal Government announced a welcome $50 million in funding to support the recovery of Australia’s business events industry, following the devastating impact of COVID-19 on our sector. Through the aid of grants and funding, businesses from all areas of the industry, including organisers, venues, and exhibitors, will be encouraged to attend events and trade shows with the new monetary program covering up to 50% of their costs.
ASIAL assisting Victorian security providers during COVID-19.
Last week our sister event, Integrate – the leading AV and tech event in Australia, hosted their first Virtual Speaker Series where they discussed the future of AV in our changing world and “The Future of Live Events and Venues”.
Last week our sister event, Integrate – the leading AV and tech event in Australia, hosted their first Virtual Speaker Series where they discussed the future of AV in our changing world and “The Future of Government and Infrastructure”.
Our sister exhibition, Integrate, invites security professionals to explore ‘An Industry Transformed’ through their Virtual Speaker Series this August 19 – 21 – discussing the future of AV in our changing world.
‘Security in Transformation’ was to have been the theme of this year’s ASIAL Security Conference in Melbourne. Despite the unprecedented times that continue to challenge the globe and led to the cancellation of this year’s conference, the idea of Security in Transformation remains a pertinent one for the industry, perhaps even more so nowadays.
The 35th edition of the Security Exhibition & Conference has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic and will next take place from 21 – 23 July 2021, in Sydney at the ICC.
After many weeks of monitoring the evolving situation around Coronavirus (COVID-19), talking to the industry and consulting with our partners, we have made the difficult decision that the Security Exhibition & Conference will no longer take place on 22 – 24 July 2020.
A case study by Nemtek.
Planning for the highly sought after Security Conference is in full swing