The conference on August 7 will dive into a number of topics impacting the current and future delivery of incentive travel in Australia and around the world.
Futurist Simon Kuestenmacher will talk about how changing demographics are influencing a new social agenda, while Dinesh Paplipana will put the spotlight on equity and inclusion as only the second doctor to graduate with quadriplegia. Artificial intelligence is also up for discussion with expert Darren Gorelick and some of SITE’s young leaders will present a session on designing experiences for a changing consumer landscape. There will also be a session on cultural sustainability as well as a sessions featuring research from SITE.
The day includes two sessions for attendee discussions and will wrap up with a networking event in the evening.
SITE ANZ president Nicole Tingey said the conference had been curated with both incentive buyers and suppliers in mind, with the event intended to demonstrate the power of incentives and equip those in the incentive business with opportunities to grow.
“We have a great line-up of speakers and the hospitality at The InterContinental Sydney will be first-rate,” said Tingey.
This is the second SITE conference run by the local chapter of the global society, with the inaugural event taking place at the Shangri-La Sydney last July.
Registrations for the conference are still open via the SITE ANZ website.