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Our Recent Experience

Consec has vast experience in project managing workshops, conferences, events and trade exhibitions for corporate, government, incentive and association clients.

Below are outlines of a number of events we have delivered in the last two years. For more examples of our experience please contact us today

Activity Based Funding Conference
Activity Based Funding Conference
Virtual

The Independent Hospital Pricing Authority - Activity Based Funding Conference 2021

Date: 5 - 7 May 2021

Location: Virtual

Overview: The Independent Hospital Pricing Authority held its eighth Activity Based Funding Conference from Wednesday 5 to Friday 7 May 2021. Delivered digitally for 2021, the three-day program consisted of keynote presentations, plenary sessions, panel discussions, concurrent presentations and networking sessions. The conference theme: 'Activity based funding into the future: Responsive. Relevant. Reliable' was explored with 54 speakers as they shared their technical expertise, insights and personal experiences. Over the course of the three-day program, delegates had the opportunity to access a range of educational resources and session storytelling through the resource gallery, participate in networking sessions and connect online with leading professionals, utilising the Meeting Hub and one-on-one virtual meetings.

Presenters: 54
No of virtual attendees: 2200+

Client Testimonial...

The 2021 conference obviously posed many challenges in an environment in which we all find ourselves at the moment. However, our decision to engage Consec certainly proved to be the right one! The attendance at the virtual conference this year exceeded our wildest expectations. Working with the Consec team proved to be a dream – working through the requirements for the conference, the design and operation of the website for registrations and the operation of the portal on the days were all excellent, and our team are highly appreciative of all the efforts you and your team put in.

Since the conference, numerous stakeholders have contacted me to say how much they enjoyed the event, and many of them complementing the highly professional nature of the production and the ease of use of the portal as key points.

I look forward to working with you again for the 2022 conference.

James Downie, CEO, Independent Hospital Pricing Authority

Department of Health, Prostheses List Reform Taskforce Webinar
Department of Health, Prostheses List Reform Taskforce Webinar
Virtual

Department of Health, Prostheses List Reform Taskforce Webinar

Date: 8 September 2021

Location: Virtual

Overview: On Wednesday 8 September, the Department of Health hosted a live webinar centered around their Consultation paper no 1 | Prostheses List purpose, definitions and scope. Due to ongoing lockdown restrictions, the webinar format provided an opportunity for participants, both interstate and international, to discuss the consultation paper as a community.

The purpose of the webinar was to give participants a summary of the consultation paper and answer any questions regarding its content. Participants were able to review the consultation paper through our virtual portal's resource gallery and submit through questions ahead of time. Both pre-submitted questions and live Q&A questions were answered on the day by a panel of industry experts.

Virtual participants: 381
Speakers: 4
Pre-submitted questions: 65
Live Q&A: 55

Howard Government Retrospective V
Howard Government Retrospective V
Virtual

Howard Government Retrospective V

Date: 2 March 2021

Location: Virtual

Overview: The Howard Government Retrospective V Conference coincided with the 25th anniversary of the election of the Howard Government. Focusing on 'The Coalition', it encouraged informed debates on the relationship between the Coalition parties and on the policies and performance of The Nationals. Contributions by principal participants, leading commentators, and notable scholars provided insights into the Howard Government's strengths and shortcomings.

The Hon John Howard OM, AC and The Hon Tony Abbott AC, joined 12 other key presenters to deliver this years conference virtually, ensuring the continued legacy of the conference event when the ability to conference in person is not available.

No of virtual attendees: 60+
Presenters: 14

IEEE Sympsium Series on Computational Intelligence
IEEE Sympsium Series on Computational Intelligence
Virtual

IEEE Sympsium Series on Computational Intelligence

Dates: 1 - 4 December 2020

Location: Virtual Online Event

Overview: The challenges of 2020 and the covid-19 pandemic created an opportunity for this year's IEEE SSCI 2020 Conference to be run in a virtual format. With international and in some-cases national delegates and presenters being unable to travel, Consec was able to transition the event which had a global reach of over 6 continents, 55 countries and 600+ national and international attendees.

IEEE SSCI co-located 46 symposia, each dedicated to a specific topic in the CI domain, thereby encouraging cross-fertilization of ideas and providing a unique platform for top researchers, professionals and students from all around the world to discuss and present their findings.

This year's program consisted of live tutorial (7), plenaries (3) and panel (2) sessions, along with 70+ technical paper sessions run over 8 concurrent streams, each with seven live presenters and over 400 pre-recorded on-demand presentations all delivered via Consec's Virtual Conferencing Platform.

Given the global participation, sessions were run to accommodate both southern and northern hemisphere time zones.

Speakers: 472
Virtual attendees: 613

Independent Hospital Pricing Authority's International Women’s Day 2021 panel discussion
Independent Hospital Pricing Authority's International Women's Day 2021 panel discussion
Virtual

Independent Hospital Pricing Authority's International Women's Day 2021 panel discussion

Date: 10 March 2021

Location: Virtual

Overview: The Independent Hospital Pricing Authority hosted a panel discussion to celebrate International Women's Day 2021. The virtual panel discussion was based on the global United Nations theme, with a focus on the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The discussion provided an invaluable opportunity to hear from five remarkable panel members to inspire current and emerging leaders to overcome bias, foster confidence and encourage engagement of women in STEM, particularly in leadership roles in health care.

Presenters: 5
No of virtual attendees: 200+

Military Communications and Information Systems Conference (MilCIS)
Military Communications and Information Systems Conference (MilCIS)
Virtual

MilCIS 2020

Dates: 10 - 12 November 2020

Location: Virtual Online Event

Overview: MilCIS 2020 saw a massive pivot to a virtual world, held in a very similar format to the physical event, delivering 75 presentations that highlighted and focused on crucial technologies, products, systems and services associated with military communications and information systems. These presentations were delivered over the three day event in the format of keynote presentations, technical presentations, tutorials and product briefs.

In conjunction with the delivered presentations, MilCIS 2020 also featured a meeting hub to enable the delegates to interact and connect like they would at a live event and a virtual exhibition provided the opportunity for attendees and exhibitors to connect, demonstrate new technologies and promote their products and services.

Virtual attendees: 1,000+
Speakers: 80+
Exhibitors: 36

Countries represented: 26

Military Communications & Information Systems Conference (MilCIS) 2019
Military Communications & Information Systems Conference (MilCIS) 2019
Canberra

MilCIS 2019

Dates: 12 - 14 November 2019

Location: National Convention Centre Canberra

Overview: The annual Military Communication and Information Systems (MilCIS) Conference is the only Australian Conference that highlights and directly focuses on crucial technologies, products, systems and services associated with military communications and information systems. Showcasing international and national company exhibitors, and presenting streams of concurrent and plenary sessions with outstanding National and International Speakers. Held at the National Convention Centre Canberra, the MilCIS Conference hosts breakfast and lunch sessions and caters for every body's needs. With an interactive app; delegates can create their own conference program from the 75 conference sessions and streams.

Stats: 95 exhibitors and 17 sponsors

No. of Delegates: 1916 registered delegates and 1264 expo attendees

National Fruit Fly Symposium 2021
National Fruit Fly Symposium 2021
Virtual

Plant Health Australia - National Fruit Fly Symposium 2021

Date: 4-6 May 2021

Location: Virtual

Overview: The 3-day Virtual National Fruit Fly Symposium was designed to progress discussion on critical fruit fly issues and seek to identify priorities for building future national success. Open to Australian 39 presenters shared their invaluable views during both panel and presentation session which covered important areas such as trade and production. Delegates engaged in the sessions via live polling and Q&A as well as connecting with other attendees via the meeting hub.

Presenters: 39
No of virtual attendees: 400+

Client Testimonial...

Pulling together an online national event in a short space of time is a very daunting proposition for anyone with limited experience in this area. The Consec team stepped in to our tight timeframes and provided a professional, friendly and responsive service which enabled us to deliver a high-quality and entertaining event while keeping our sanity intact! We have received many compliments on the quality of the online platform as well as the efficiency and competence of the supporting team who managed the presenters and technical components of our event. I would not hesitate to recommend Consec for online event management.

Christina Cook, Manager, National Fruit Fly Council

Project & Program Management Sypmosium (PGCS) 2021
Project & Program Management Sypmosium (PGCS) 2021
Canberra - Hybrid

Project and Program Management Symposium 2021

Date: 10 - 12 August 2021

Location: Virtual

Overview: PGCS held its eighth Project and Program Management Symposium at the Rex Canberra from Tuesday 10 to Thursday 12 August 2021. The three-day program consisted of keynote presentations, plenary and concurrent sessions, masterclasses, and networking opportunities. With a focus on ways to build the foundations needed to create project and program success, 30 speakers shared their expertise in areas such as Defence and Major Projects, Project Governance and Controls, and Research and Innovation.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the symposium was successfully run as a hybrid event, with attendees having the option to attend the symposium in Canberra or participate virtually. Speakers, both national and international, were also given the option to present live virtually. Networking opportunities were made available to both in-person and virtual attendees, with the latter having access to an online meeting hub and virtual exhibition.

A highlight of the symposium is its access to thought leaders from the USA and Europe. Each year, selected speakers from overseas are brought to the symposium to share knowledge and provide an international perspective on project and portfolio management.

Thanks to this year's hybrid component of the symposium, these international speakers were able to deliver presentations and masterclasses virtually, to both in-person and virtual attendees. The hybrid masterclasses were successfully interactive with the use of live polling, Q&A, and breakout rooms through our virtual attendee portal.

In-person attendees: 72
Virtual attendees: 320
Speakers: 30

Regional Development Australia National Forum
Regional Development Australia National Forum
Canberra - Hybrid

Regional Development Australia National Forum 2021

Date: 15 - 17 June 2021

Location: Hybrid

Overview: This year's RDA National Forum provided an opportunity for RDAs to come together, to network with representatives from three levels of government and to hear from experts in the field of regional economic development.

Due to the ever-changing restrictions and lockdowns imposed by COVID-19, a decision this year was made to deliver the forum in a hybrid format. This decision allowed speakers who were not allowed to travel to Canberra to still present along with the in-person speakers and attendees who could not travel had access to presentation streams and live Q&A through the virtual attendee portal.

With the theme of 'Growing Stronger Regions together,' 61 speakers presented live in-person and virtually across the three-day forum with a focus on regionalisation, the role of infrastructure and financing, growing economic futures, data to build the business case and vertical integrated policymaking.

In-person attendees: 250
Virtual attendees: 72
Speakers: 61

The 33rd Australasian Joint Virtual Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2020
The 33rd Australasian Joint Virtual Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2020
Virtual

The 33rd Australasian Joint Virtual Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Dates: 29 - 30 November 2020

Location: Virtual Online Event

Overview: The 33rd Australasian Joint Virtual Conference on Artificial Intelligence was delivered virtually in 2020 enabling 38 academics in the field to present their research in the field. Held over two half days, the program included keynote presentations from internationally renowned professors and 36 concurrent sessions.

Presenters: 38

Countries represented: 10

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