The VicWater Annual Conference showcases presenters who have been chosen because of their unique knowledge, skills and experience and their ability to inspire and challenge delegates to think critically about working in the water industry. The conference also provides delegates with the opportunity to network with colleagues and industry representatives, exchanging ideas and establishing new contacts.
This event attracts delegates from the most senior levels of the nineteen Victorian water corporations. Together with leaders from the Victorian Government departments, regulators and other state and national key water industry stakeholders.
There will also be sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities at the event, contact Fiona Ould for further information on these opportunities on (03) 9639 8868 or email.
VicWater Conference: Leadership Legacy 2035
Date: Thursday 12th September 2019 – Friday 13th September, 2019
SAVE THE DATE
What are the decisions we should be making today to positively impact the future and what (in 2035) will our community say about the legacy we have created?
The theme for the 2019 VicWater Annual Conference is Leadership Legacy 2035 and we’re inviting member suggestions for topics, workshops or speakers to explore future possibilities to achieve a legacy we can be proud of.
To nominate a topic or workshop please provide a single paragraph summarising the key points in 250 words or less.
To nominate a speaker who you think adds an interesting perspective, please add their name and details (if known) in the space provided.
Nominate your ideas for consideration by 5pm Friday 10 May 2019
About the Audience
This VicWater Annual Conference is attended by Directors and Executives from Victorian and interstate water corporations as well as high level representatives from key industry stakeholders. The 2018 event attracted over 200 delegates with the majority of attendees being Chairs, Board Directors, Managing Directors or Executives from the water sector.
This year’s conference will be held at The Park, Melbourne on the 12 and 13 September 2019.
Accommodation packages are available at the nearby Pullman Albert Park.