Jul
24
Wed
Security Expo (Sydney) @ Sydney Intl. Convention Centre
Jul 24 @ 9:00 am – Jul 26 @ 5:30 pm

Security Expo
Sydney, ICC
24-26 July 2019
From the Drone Demonstration Area and Cyber Security Zone, to the ASIAL Security Conference, learn ways to manage, install and integrate your security function. Includes: Access Control & Perimeter Protection, Biometrics & Identification, CCTV & Video Surveillance, Cyber & Information Security.
www.securityexpo.com.au

RMIT GBIC – The beauty of open innovation @ Engineers Australia
Jul 24 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

RMIT Global Business Innovation Conversations

Realising value from new business logics by Swarovski and Australian businesses.

Organisations across a variety of industries are increasingly recognising the value of open innovation, allowing companies to continually improve their innovation success and growth potential.

The second Global Business Innovation Conversation of 2019 will feature Swarovski’s Strategic Director of Innovation Ecosystems, Hannes Erleralong with other industry innovators in the Australian business landscape.

Globally known for his specialised knowledge in innovation management, Hannes will discuss how the billion-dollar company leveraged innovation ecosystems to pursue ground-breaking opportunities. He will also share insights on how the 125-year-old jewellery and crystal juggernaut used open innovation to become an award-winning innovation pioneer.

A panel of industry experts will discuss:

  • How to create and capture value from collaborative activities for game-changing innovations
  • What it takes to implement open innovation by Australian companies
  • How companies develop, facilitate, and manage open innovation and digital transformation
  • How to build innovation capabilities and cross-industry R&D partnerships with universities, start-ups and other stakeholders
  • How to What skills and competencies are required to work in collaborative innovation environment and how to foster them

Panellists:

Bernard Lee – Portfolio Strategy and Innovation, Australia Post
Kelly Hutchinson – Founder, DSI4AU and Deputy Chair, Pearcey Foundation
Peter Carney – Head of Innovation and Product Development, TOLL Global Logistics
Matthew Young – Manufacturing Innovation Manager, Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC)

If you’re interested in creating, enhancing or embedding innovation in your professional life, don’t miss this opportunity.

For more information on the speakers, please visit the website: www.rmit.edu.au/gbi-conversations

Jul
25
Thu
Creating a Digital Brand Strategy for Manufacturing Business Growth, Melbourne @ Riversdale Golf Club
Jul 25 @ 7:30 am – 9:30 am

Digital marketing is now the mainstream and eclipses all other forms… but unless you have a solid strategy it’s easy to waste time and cash and get no measured return on investment.

This digital brand strategy workshop is for manufacturing business owners and leaders who want to get bang up to date with the latest advances in this fast moving field.

Attendees will gain a clear understanding of what they need to do to create and grow a digital brand in a cohesive
and strategic way and get a return on their investment.

Workshop takeaways:
– Big-picture clarity on what you need to do to grow an effective digital brand
– A groundbreaking strategic framework that works for any size manufacturing business
– Priority tasks that will deliver the quickest return for your organisation

Format:
– 2 hour interactive session
– Industry relevant case studies used for illustration
– Begin work on your brand strategy
– Framework and branding workbook to take away

WORKSHOP PRESENTER
Deb Croucher, Brand Strategist & Founder Brilliant Digital

Lots of people talk about Digital Marketing… but for the past 10 years, Deb and the team at Brilliant Digital have consistently delivered measured results across multiple industry sectors Australia wide. In the manufacturing sector Deb and her team help established companies grow and thrive using a complete, turnkey solution to websites, digital marketing and social media.

Deb is incredibly passionate about the power of digital marketing. During this interactive workshop she’ll use case studies to illustrate how small businesses can make giant leaps forward and get fantastic returns on investment using a strategic approach to digital marketing. She’ll leave you with a framework to follow that works for any size business and a clear understanding of which activities will deliver the best return on time and dollar investment for your organisation.

“Deb Croucher is an exceptional presenter. Her ability to engage with the audience to create an interactive and engaging session is brilliant! Deb’s content is incredibly useful and targeted… all attendees learn tangible and practical lessons.” Cassandra O’Brien, BT Financial Group

LOCATION, DATE, TIME:
Melbourne 25th July
7:30-9:30am
Riversdale Golf Club, 200-280 Huntingdale Rd, Mount Waverley VIC 3149

COST:
AMTIL Members: $20
Non-members: $40

REGISTER NOW FOR MELBOURNE

 

Jul
28
Sun
Foodtech Qld (Brisbane) @ Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Jul 28 – Jul 30 all-day

Foodtech Qld
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
28-30 July 2019
Featuring the latest advancements in food and drink manufacturing, Supporting and showcasing Queensland’s innovation within the food industry. Includes food-processing machinery; plant equipment; packaging & labelling; food science & ingredients.
www.foodtechqld.com.au

Aug
1
Thu
Sydney Intl. Boat Show, Darling Harbour @ International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour
Aug 1 – Aug 8 all-day

Sydney Intl. Boat Show
Sydney, International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour
1-5 August 2019
The latest information about recreational boating. Includes 4 x display areas: Cockle Bay Marina, lower level 1 (exhibits), upper level 4 (exhibits) & open air deck (with activity pools), Boating Safety Zone.
www.sydneyboatshow.com.au

Aug
5
Mon
Space applications in the Australian context @ Online Course
Aug 5 @ 9:00 am – 9:00 am

Space technology micro-courses

What is happening in the Space industry?

The space sector is one of the most exciting and inspiring industries today. Australian businesses can now enjoy unprecedented Australian Government support to disrupt their industries and foray into the space sector. The space industry is forecast to triple in size over the next 10 years, and is proving to be an industry that is stable and resistant to economic downturns. (Review of Australia’s Space Industry Capability (March 2018), Report from the Expert reference Group)

How can you get involved?

The Australian Government made a call for organisations to leapfrog into areas of future competitive advantage such as artificial intelligence, robotics, big data analytics to space systems and derived information, next-generation communications to enable broadband space to earth communication as well as innovation in antenna, rocket and spacecraft systems. The options are endless.

What you need to do now….

Swinburne University of Technology has developed two highly relevant and unique short courses:
• Space Applications in the Australian Context
• Space Regulatory Framework.

Course delivery and set up:

Course duration: 6 weeks
Delivery: Blended – online + on-campus one-day intensive workshop

Space applications in the Australian context

The Australian space industry is projected to employ around 30,000 people. (Review of Australia’s Space Industry Capability (March 2018), Report from the Expert reference Group)

Space Applications in the Australian Context synthesises critical elements of the global space industry ecosystem, including the role of Australia.

Our experts will guide you through the policy, governance and Australian space industry, and current and potential applications and capabilities, providing a roadmap to this exciting landscape.

You will explore the fundamentals of operating in a space environment, including the physics of space, the solar system and the foundations of rocket science.

Engage with industry leaders as you apply and demonstrate your knowledge and receive feedback through events tailored to your professional context and interests.

A blue satellite stationed above a blue coloured Earth.

Course details

This course will give you an overview of:

  • the space environment including key terms and definitions to operate effectively within space industries.
  • international space agencies, space management operations, space exploration and budgets
  • the size of the global space industries, and Australia’s portion of it
  • the Australian Space Agency, current research and capabilities
  • legislative and regulatory frameworks and institutions that govern space industries, both domestically and internationally
  • opportunities in the space industries, the roadmap – government roadmap, and the opportunities that stem, roadmap, and applications provide
  • industry engagement and investment in space
  • business opportunities, now and in the future

Who is the course for?

Non-space industry professionals who either have an interest in, are keen to start up a new business venture in or plan a career change from a related industry to the space industry.
Cost: $2,950

Aug
27
Tue
AIMEX, Sydney @ Sydney Showground
Aug 27 – Aug 29 all-day

AIMEX
Sydney Showground
27-29 August 2019
Asia-Pacific’s international mining exhibition. Includes the latest technological advances and innovations in the mining industry and beyond.
www.aimex.com.au

Sep
10
Tue
Safety in Action, Melbourne @ Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Sep 10 – Sep 11 all-day

Safety in Action
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
10-11 September 2019
Australia’s leading workplace health and safety event. Co-located with three conferences.
www.safetyinaction.net.au

Sep
23
Mon
Space Regulatory Framework @ Online
Sep 23 @ 9:00 am – 9:00 am

Space technology micro-courses

What is happening in the Space industry?

The space sector is one of the most exciting and inspiring industries today. Australian businesses can now enjoy unprecedented Australian Government support to disrupt their industries and foray into the space sector. The space industry is forecast to triple in size over the next 10 years, and is proving to be an industry that is stable and resistant to economic downturns. (Review of Australia’s Space Industry Capability (March 2018), Report from the Expert reference Group)

How can you get involved?

The Australian Government made a call for organisations to leapfrog into areas of future competitive advantage such as artificial intelligence, robotics, big data analytics to space systems and derived information, next-generation communications to enable broadband space to earth communication as well as innovation in antenna, rocket and spacecraft systems. The options are endless.

What you need to do now….

Swinburne University of Technology has developed two highly relevant and unique short courses:
• Space Applications in the Australian Context
• Space Regulatory Framework.

Course delivery and set up:

Course duration: 6 weeks
Delivery: Blended – online + on-campus one-day intensive workshop

Space Regulatory Framework

Space operations conducted by Australian organisations are subject to a range of domestic and international regulatory frameworks, regardless of whether they are upstream (provision of technology) or downstream applications (exploitation of technology).

This subject will introduce you to the key Australian legislation and international agreements/ treaties which govern domestic and international space operations.

Space Regulatory Frameworks will focus on intellectual property in relation to space research and how to collaborate on space research with international partners.

At the successful completion of this unit, you will be able to confidently source relevant legal and regulatory information – and know when to engage expert assistance and advice.

Ground view of a spaceship launching into a clear blue sky.

Course details

This course will give you an introduction to:

  • legal frameworks governing space operations undertaken by Australian nationals
  • how to navigate domestic and international space law
  • the role of the United Nations (UN), UN Committee of Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UNCOPUOS)
  • UN treaties and UN General Assembly (UNGA) resolutions relating to space and space activities
  • institutional structures and regulatory frameworks governing space operations in Australia
  • intellectual property law and contracts.

Who is the course for?

Non-space industry professionals who either have an interest in, are keen to start up a new business venture in or plan a career change from a related industry to the space industry, and space industry professionals who want to learn the legislations of the the new Space Act.

Cost: $2,950

Oct
15
Tue
WA Mining (Perth) @ Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
Oct 15 – Oct 16 all-day

WA Mining
WA, Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
15-16 October 2019
A new mining conference and exhibition. WA Mining – “Accelerating WA’s Mining Future to 2030” will look at the life of mine from operational strategy through to execution and address both the strategic and technical approaches to improve productivity, lower costs and optimise the end to end process. WA’s overall mineral production growth will accelerate over the coming years, as rising mineral prices and a robust project pipeline boost output. The expansion of remote and deeper mines will have a direct impact on activity and productivity costs. Investment, community engagement and sustainability will also be shaped by the social and political environment that WA mining operates. As a result, mining in WA will become more complex. At WA Mining 2019, we confront these complexities through practical case studies, seminars and panel sessions that are tailored to specific issues so you can implement strategies that will boost productivity and lower costs.
www.waminingexpo.com.au/en-gb.html

Oct
22
Tue
Victorian Manufacturing Showcase 2019 (VMS19) @ State Basketball Centre
Oct 22 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Victorian Manufacturing Showcase 2019 (VMS19) is an annual event celebrating its sixth year. Hosted by a partnership of the Industry Capability Network (Victoria), Victorian Government and six local councils. The objective of this event is to provide opportunities for Victorian manufacturers to gain invaluable insights into successful Victorian businesses while networking with other manufacturers and Victorian industry.

This year’s theme is Engage. Innovate. Create.

The showcase will take place on Tuesday 22nd October 2019 at the State Basketball Centre in Wantirna South. Following on from the successful Victorian Manufacturing Showcase 2018 at the GMHBA Stadium in Geelong, the 2019 edition will be even bigger and better.

Exhibiting

If your organisation would like to exhibit at VMS19 please register through this page. Each exhibition stand will be a 2m x 2m space with a 6ft x 2ft table. It will be possible for exhibitors to secure multiple exhibition stands (up to 2 in total) if they require a larger space to display their products. Exhibitors will be expected to display their products on their table tops. Companies are welcome to bring along their own pull up banners (max two per stand), table cloths and marketing collateral/literature.

Your exhibitor ticket includes registration for one individual. If you require additional attendees, please register through this page as a delegate.

Exhibition Stand Pricing:

  • One 2m x 2m stand = $400 (flat fee)
  • Two 2m x 2m stands (located next to each other) = $750 (flat fee)

Exhibitors will be able to set up their stand from 6am on Tuesday 22nd of October. All stands must be show-ready by 7:30am at the latest. The exhibition will be open to delegates from 8am until 3pm. All exhibitors must have packed up and left the venue by 5pm.

Delegates

Delegates include all event attendees that are not exhibitors/sponsors/organising staff. There is no charge to attend VMS19 as a delegate, however, all delegates must register their attendance through this page. Delegates will not be able to display any products or promotional material of any type. If you would like to display products or promotional material, please register as an Exhibitor.

Who should attend VMS19?

  • Victorian manufacturers
  • Suppliers to the manufacturing industry
  • Customers of the manufacturing industry
  • STEM – Education providers/Apprentices/Graduates/Students with an interest in the manufacturing industry
  • Project owners
  • Government stakeholders

STEM

STEM participants (Education providers/Apprentices/Graduates/Students) with an interest in the manufacturing industry are encouraged to attend VMS19. Registrations are limited to four individuals per institution. Please register through this page and select the ‘Graduate/Apprentice/Student’ ticket.

Schedule

06:00 – Exhibitor and hard stand set-up
07:30 – Exhibitor stands to be show ready
08:00 – Delegates arrive
15:00 – End of day – Delegates leave and Exhibitors start to pack-up
17:00 – All attendees need to have exited the venue

Sponsorship Opportunities are also available. For more information, CLICK HERE.

Event Programme TBC

Oct
23
Wed
All-Energy, Melbourne @ Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Oct 23 – Oct 24 all-day

All-Energy
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
23-24 October 2019
Australasia’s largest and most comprehensive clean and renewable energy event.
This free-to-attend conference and exhibition opens up a world of opportunities for the clean energy sector. Held in partnership with the Clean Energy Council, All-Energy Australia provides delegates with exclusive access to the latest technology, information and trends relevant to those working or investing in the renewables sector.
www.all-energy.com.au

Oct
28
Mon
International Mining & Resources Expo, Melbourne @ Melbourne Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Oct 28 – Oct 31 all-day

International Mining & Resources Expo
Melbourne Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
28-31 October 2019
Covers all aspects of mining, from exploration to investment, production to optimisation through to new technologies. Along with future energy opportunities, as well as people, projects and infrastructure case studies that will benefit the industry.
www.imarcmelbourne.com

Oct
29
Tue
CEBIT, Sydney @ Sydney International Convention Centre
Oct 29 – Oct 31 all-day

CEBIT
Sydney Intl. Convention Centre
29-31 October 2019
International trade fair for information technology, telecommunications, software & services, digitisation of business. Will bring together traditional technology specifiers and buyers along with the new breed of technology savvy professional whose roles have been rewritten by the disruptive forces of technology.
www.cebit.com.au

Oct
30
Wed
Ausbiotech, Melbourne @ Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Oct 30 – Nov 1 all-day

Ausbiotech
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
30 October – 1 November 2019
Dedicated to the development, growth and prosperity of the Australian biotechnology industry. Includes the latest research, trends and insights from within the global life sciences ecosystem. Will bring together Australian and international biotech leaders and stakeholders for three days of education, skills building, and networking.
www.ausbiotechnc.org

Waste & Recycling Exhibition Expo, Sydney @ Sydney International Convention Centre
Oct 30 – Oct 31 all-day

Waste & Recycling Exhibition Expo
Sydney Intl. Convention Centre
30-31 October 2019
Australia’s longest running marketplace for waste buyers and suppliers in today’s global $265.65 billion (USD) waste and recycling industry. It is a two-day collaboration showcasing the present and future of waste disposal and recovery and has become the most respected showcase of efficient, profitable and sustainable waste and recycling solutions on the Australian exhibition calendar. An opportunity to showcase innovation. Network with key waste & recycling decision makers from industry & government, practical waste & recycling management, seminars & workshops.
www.awre.com.au

Oct
31
Thu
AMTIL’s AGM – Save the date @ Riversdale Golf Course
Oct 31 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

Save the Date…

More information coming soon.

If you need more details contact Kim Banks kbanks@amtil.com.au

 

Dec
3
Tue
AusRAIL Plus, Sydney @ Sydney International Convention Centre
Dec 3 – Dec 5 all-day

AusRAIL Plus
Sydney Intl. Convention Centre
3-5 December 2019
Largest rail event in Australasia. Conference and exhibition. Provides a platform for knowledge sharing & networking with world’s leading industry figures, rail manufacturers & operators. Includes a three-day conference with dedicated plenary and technical streams.
www.ausrail.com

Mar
11
Wed
Australasian Oil & Gas Expo (Perth) @ Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
Mar 11 – Mar 13 all-day

Australasian Oil & Gas Expo
Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
11-13 March 2020
Includes specialised industry zones showcasing the latest in Instrumentation Control and Automation, Asset Integrity, Subsea, Health, Safety & Environment and Drilling & Completion. And the latest products and innovations from hundreds of Australian and international leading distributors and manufacturers that are driving the industry forward. Learn from internationally renowned speakers and technical specialists at free-to-attend Conference sessions held in theatres on the Exhibition floor, featuring three Forums dedicated to Collaboration, Subsea and Knowledge.

www.aogexpo.com.au