Digital Built World Summit: 23-24 May, 2022

Leveraging digital technology to create a smart, responsive, sustainable and autonomous built world

Being organised with the support of the global Digital Twin Consortium, the Digital Built World Summit is Asia-Pacific’s premier event for executives in the AEC, Smart City, Construction and Infrastructure space focused on improving digital business outcomes, including strategic innovation, connected assets, sustainable construction, user experience, and optimisation of capital planning for large assets.

 

Join 300+ attendees and hear presentations from over 75 leading global speakers covering a range of topics including:

  • Using digital transformation to re-frame future growth, sustainable development goals and improve client relationships
  • Paradigm shift for CRE management – Evolving to connected assets, digital twins and the automation of occupier services
  • The Digital Brief – Data sharing, project control, and project risks in digital asset implementation
  • Digital Twins for managing urban transformation and the sustainable city ecosystem
  • Autonomous twins and improving real time asset performance, sustainability and the human experience

WHERE

SWISSOTEL SYDNEY
In-person and Virtual Attendance

When

Conference: 8am-5.30pm, 23-24 May 2022

OUR PARTNERS

Speakers include

DAVID MCKEE

CEO, Slingshot and Co-Chair, Digital Twin Consortium – UK

DAN ISAACS

CTO, Digital Twin Consortium

CRISTINA SAVIAN

CEO and founder, BE-WISE

COLIN DOMINISH

Head of Podium Services, Lendlease Digital

CARYS EVANS

Director Digital Twin Victoria, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

MARK ENZER

Global CTO, Mott MacDonald & Head National Digital Twin Programme, Centre for Digital Built Britain

JOHN HAINSWORTH

CDO, asBuilt

ANDREW CURTHOYS

Digital Relationship Manager, Cross River Rail Delivery Authority

THOMAS DEBRUYNE

Head Of Digital Transformation – Asia Pacific, Veolia Water Technologies

KUDZAI MUNGATE

Principal Change & Innovation Consultant, Western Power

EVAN QUICK

Principal Engineer, Digital Engineering, Rail Projects Victoria

COL USSHER

Head of Asset Transformation, Essential Energy

LUKE BELFIELD

Victorian Chief Engineer, Office of Projects Victoria, Department of Treasury and Finance

THERESA WELLS

Market Leader Digital APAC, GHD

JAMES PELLAT

Director of Workplace and Innovation, Great Portland Estates

NIKOLAAS KOSTRABY

BIM and Digital Lead – Snowy 2.0, Snowy Hydro

RORY BROWN

Director, Smart Places Programs, NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment

CLARISSA PHILLIPS

Digital Engineering Integration Specialist, Sydney Water

BART BRINK

Digital Director, RVK Architects & Engineers – Netherlands

MARC GUGLIOTTI

Commercial Strategy Manager, Digital Twin Victoria, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

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Summit Program

  • Day 1May 23, 2022
  • 08:00 - 09:00

    Main conference registration and morning refreshments

  • DIGITAL ROADMAP

  • 09:00 - 09:10

    Chair’s welcome

    By Cristina Savian CEO and Founder, BE-WISE
  • 09:10 - 09:35

    KEYNOTE - Digital visions for business frameworks that support the cognitive digital twin

    By Colin Dominish Head of Podium Services, Lendlease Digital

    Knowing the technology end game helps in building digital frameworks today. This presentation provides a vision of the future based around AI/ML, cognitive digital twins & radical digital transformation. We also reflect upon what it means to be digital twin enabled. 

  • 09:35 - 10:00

    Getting started with digital twins: Lessons from the southern hemisphere’s largest pumped-hydro project

    Snowy 2.0 is an Australian pumped-hydro mega project that will underpin thousands of megawatts of renewable energy through its 2,000MW of capacity to pump, store and generate electricity. The project is a major expansion of the original Snowy Mountains Hydroelectric Scheme constructed more than 70 years ago. While the setting is the same, the tools used throughout the planning, design and future operation and maintenance stages of the project and asset lifecycle are very different.

    Snowy 2.0 understands the value of digital engineering – the ability to build assets first virtually and then physically – providing valuable insights, creating efficiencies and delivering savings across every project phase. Discover how GIS integration is enabling the reuse of BIM and drone imagery for virtual tours, driving efficiency and collaboration, while planned IoT integration will provide living twin capability to sense and simulate scenarios.

  • 10:00 - 10:40

    Panel: They’re just fancy BIM models, aren’t they? Evolving your existing digital design solutions to incorporate connected customers and the twin framework

    Asset owners are realising that a coordinated approach is needed to deliver the required change in asset performance and efficiency. They want access to asset data held by their AEC partners. We consider the practical issues involved to make this happen and what kinds of customers are supportive of twinning frameworks. This session will bring you up to speed on digital twin strategy. 

    Panellists include:
    John Hainsworth Technical Director, Smart Infrastructure, Mott MacDonald
    Bill Thomson Digital Assets & Engineering Leader, Digital Twin Leader, GHD Digital
    Sam Houghton Principal Digital, Digital Twin Product Manager, Beca - New Zealand
    Ken Lee Director, Digital Enablement, Aurecon
    Elouise Robinson Digital Engineering Manager, Arcadis
    Moderated by:
    Belinda Hodkinson Founder, Director, Magnae
  • 10:40 - 11:00

    TechBytes – Conversation starters – 5 minute pitches

    Panellists include:
    Mosstyn Howell Founder & CEO, UbiPark
    Ivan Lim Founder & CEO, Real Estate Doc
    Luke Watson Co-Founder & CEO, Home Live
    Moderated by:
    Tom Ellis Entrepreneur In Residence, Reach Australia
  • 11:00 - 11:30

    Networking break and exhibition viewing

  • DIGITAL TWIN ECOSYSTEMS

  • 11:30 - 11:50

    KEYNOTE: Digital twin ecosystems - Build it open and build it together

    By Carys Evans Director Digital Twin Victoria, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

    The power of digital twins is that they can bring together location-based intelligence, 3D technology, building information models, digital engineering and real-time sensor data into the one place. Digital twins provide a unique opportunity to break down data silos and create a shared digital ecosystem for government, industry and the community to collaborate through open data, technology and algorithms to visualise complex problems and enhance real-world outcomes. 

  • 11:50 - 12:15

    Creating a uniquely crafted, robust Digital Twin that drives collaboration and unlocks vital insights across the asset lifecycle

    By Rob Kennedy Global Head of Digital Twin - Full Asset Lifecycle, Wood

    We have honed our expertise building digital twins in the energy sector, where highly complex assets, soaring capital expenditure and lengthy operating phases demand a value-driven, full asset lifecycle approach. In this presentation we will share our approach and how we translated this know-how into the built environment, by focusing on ‘right-to-left thinking’ to reflect operational requirements into project delivery – building the operating digital twin alongside the physical asset

  • 12:15 - 12:55

    Panel: Spatial digital twins – Forging digital partnerships to support sustainable cities and communities

    Spatial digital twin proof-of-concepts are being rolled out in APAC cities. The developers imagine a series of connected urban digital twins sharing data to boost infrastructure performance on issues including climate change. Our panel gives us an insight on how the system will work and will speculate on the impact of 5G.

    Panellists include:
    Damien Cutcliffe Director of Business Development and Growth, Digital, WSP
    Rory Brown Director, Smart Places Programs, NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
    Mark Chapman Executive - Integrated Enterprise Products, Telstra
    Brett Dixon Infrastructure Group Lead - Asia Pacific, Esri
    Nikolaas Kostraby BIM and Digital Lead - Snowy 2.0, Snowy Hydro
    Moderated by:
    Cristina Savian CEO and Founder, BE-WISE
  • 13:10 - 14:10

    Networking lunch and exhibition viewing 

  • COLLABORATION STRATEGIES

  • 14:10 - 14:30

    Bringing project data together from its many sources, formats and phases to create a data-rich digital hub that tracks BIM asset data from design through operations

    By Pierpaolo Franco VP - International Markets Development, Glodon - China

    Building owners want digital data at handover to get the most out of their investment, given nearly 80 percent of an asset’s lifetime value is realised in operations. In this session you’ll learn: · How you can deliver a holistic and usable view of design and construction data as a digital twin for operations · Why a single source of truth for operations will help reduce the total cost of ownership of projects, and help owners realise the value of BIM long after handover. 

  • 14:30 - 15:10

    Panel discussion:  Cost vs value - Investing in a scalable, resilient and secure digital foundation for the future of the built asset business

    Digital transformation for the built asset world has been slow to develop. Hesitation in investing large amounts of funds is a valid and understandable concern.  The panel shares what they see as the future of built asset transformation and what role the digital twin framework has in built world construction and asset management.  

    Panellists include:
    Matthew Gallaugher Director of Technology, WSP
    Thomas Hyde CDO, Beca - New Zealand
    Hester De Wet Technical Director, Energy, Aurecon
    Moderated by:
    Swain Johnson RIB MTWO Construction Cloud Sales Director, SoftwareONE
  • 15:10 - 15:30

    Empowering stakeholders to collaborate at every phase of the building process

    From five dimensional building information modeling (BIM 5D) to AI-driven scheduling, drone quantity trackers, human safety trackers, or AR-assisted wearables, the future is here, or at least within our reach. Yet to capture its benefits, project teams have to get integrated and change their behaviours. In this presentation you will hear why owners must lead the cultural change and pursue a rolling digital collaboration program with their supply chains to develop, implement and capture the increasing benefit of digital across their project portfolio.

    Hosted by OpenSpace*

  • 15:30 - 16:00

    Networking break and exhibition viewing

  • NETWORKING ROUNDTABLE PANELS

    Delegates will have the opportunity to participate in moderated roundtables featuring experts to kick-start the conversations. They run for 30 minutes with 10 minutes reserved for sharing of each group’s feedback.

  • 16:00 - 16:00

    Roundtable 1: Building the asset information model to support the adoption of a digital twin

  • 16:00 - 16:30

    Roundtable 2: Shaping the future of common data environment - Comparing BIM vs twin data needs and challenges 

  • 16:00 - 16:30

    Roundtable 3: Urban spatial digital twins – Sharing experiences of research, planning and development

     

     

  • 16:00 - 16:30

    Roundtable 4: Is it true that digital twins drive sustainability and the circular economy at speed and scale? 

    By Jason Carr Market Leader – NSW, GHD Digital
  • CONNECTED ASSET PROGRAMS

  • 16:30 - 16:50

    Key lessons from the National Digital Twin Programme for the United Kingdom

    By Mark Enzer OBE Global CTO, Mott MacDonald, and Head National Digital Twin Programme, Centre for Digital Built Britain - UK

    The National Digital Twin programme (NDTp) is run by the Centre for Digital Built Britain, a partnership between the University of Cambridge and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.  

  • 16:50 - 17:30

    Panel discussion – Digital twin transformation journeys – from a construction tool to a sustainable service platform and beyond

    Behind the hype, and the data management challenges, digital twins offer real value to AECs and asset owners. In this panel, we explore what it means to use digital twins as a digital and business transformation strategy and what this new framework means for BIM practitioners. 

    Panellists include:
    Raj Thampuran MD, Technology and Research, Surbana Jurong - Singapore
    David McKee CEO, Slingshot and Co-Chair, Digital Twin Consortium - UK
    Simon Evans Digital Twin Leader, Arup, and Chair of the Gemini Call at the National Digital Twin Programme - UK
    Paul Mullett Group Director, Engineering & Technology, Robert Bird Group - UAE
    William Harris Business Development Director - APAC, Asite
    Moderated by:
    Nicolas Waern CEO and Digital Twin Evangelist, WINNIIO - Sweden
  • 17:30 - 17:30

    Chair’s closing remarks & networking reception

  • Day 2May 24, 2022
  • 09:00 - 09:05

    Chair’s welcome

    By Cristina Savian CEO and Founder, BE-WISE
  • DIGITAL PARTNERSHIPS

  • 09:05 - 09:45

    Panel discussion – Innovation in the age of disruption - Bringing your business partner on the digital twin journey

    The use of digital twins to inform decision making and reporting is a key competitive advantageHow do you advise partners, clients or colleagues to adopt this strategy to improve their management of asset information and their digital transformation requirements? What are their key objections towards the adoption of the strategy?  

    Panellists include:
    Sam Harley Managing Principal, Digital Enablement, Aurecon
    Theresa Wells Market Leader Digital APAC, GHD - New Zealand
    John Turner CEO, Gafcon Digital Inc., and chair of the Infrastructure Working Group at the Digital Twin Consortium - USA
    Moderated by:
  • 09:45 - 10:10

    Fireside chat: Transforming real-life spaces into immersive digital twin models

    Digital twin technology enables transparency and comprehensive information about buildings and has helped industries like real estate, hospitality, construction, and insurance simplify how they work and connect with customers and vendors.
  • 10:10 - 10:35

    6D BIM – Driving Carbon Net Zero in Construction

    By Dan Frawley ANZ MTWO Construction Cloud Consulting Director, SoftwareONE

    With CO2 emissions of the building and construction industry at near to 40% of global energy related CO2 emissions, industry stakeholders must take responsibility to reduce emissions and create a sustainable and net-zero future for everyone. We discuss how the 6D BIM Construction Platform – MTWO Construction Cloud can help you achieve a sustainable future without compromising productivity. We focus on: Achieving end-to-end project lifecycle management in one platform; Carbon calculation, simulation and reduction; and Better decision making with connected and intelligent data systems.

  • 10:35 - 10:55

    TechBytes – Conversation starters – 5 minute pitches

    Panellists include:
    Aayush Jha CEO & Co-Founder, Clairco
    Sandeep Kaul CEO, Hipla
    Rudianto Lim GM, RoomMe
    Moderated by:
    Tom Ellis Entrepreneur In Residence, Reach Australia
  • 10:55 - 11:25

    Networking Break & Exhibition Viewing

  • NETWORKING ROUNDTABLES

    Delegates will have the opportunity to participate in moderated roundtables featuring experts to kick-start the conversations. They run for 30 minutes with 10 minutes reserved for sharing of each group’s feedback.

  • 11:25 - 12:05

    Roundtable 5: Data and decisions: Building the business case for a digital twin 

  • 11:25 - 12:05

    Roundtable 6: Twins add value to assets – fact or fiction?

    By Mitch Medway Regional Digital Lead, Arcadis
  • 11:25 - 12:05

    Roundtable 7: Ensuring effective BIM/GIS data integration for digital twin applications 

    Panellists include:
    Vlatka Varagic Manager, GIS ANZ, SMEC
    Andy Lovell Solution Engineering Team Lead – AEC, Esri - USA
    Alistair Fox Global Technology Lead for Geospatial Integration, Jacobs
    Moderated by:
    Prudence Lawrence Geospatial Manager, Australian Spatial Analytics
  • 11:25 - 12:05

    Roundtable 8: The digital brief – Ensuring effective agreement on the data gathering, data sharing and project controls

  • DIGITAL ASSET INNOVATORS

  • 12:05 - 12:30

    Fireside chat: Digital innovators share their experiences of digital twins

    Panellists include:
    Derek Feebrey Chief Executive Officer, Trendspek
    Saibal D. Chowdhury CEO, Urbanetic - Singapore
    Moderated by:
    John Pozoglou Founder & CEO, FuturePlace
  • 12:00 - 13:00

    Networking Lunch & Showcase Viewing

  • UNLOCKING ASSET VALUE

  • 13:30 - 13:50

    Victoria’s digital assets – the Digital Build Program

    By Luke Belfield Victorian Chief Engineer, Office of Projects Victoria, Department of Treasury and Finance

    Projects are increasingly using internationally leading technologies and workflows to improve project delivery. To ensure this adoption is consistent and value-adding, projects are implementing best practice standards and requirements to ensure the high quality information created throughout delivery is unlocked and managed effectively in the asset management phase.  

  • 13:50 - 14:40

    Panel discussion – Digital twin user experiences to improve asset performance

    As the concept of a digital twin becomes clearer, the focus is shifting from exploring the technology to focusing on how to capture value from it across the asset lifecycle.  

    Panellists include:
    Col Ussher Head of Asset Transformation, Essential Energy
    Jackie Frost Asset Management Manager, Moreton Bay Regional Council
    Evan Quick Principal Engineer, Digital Engineering, Rail Projects Victoria
    Kudzai Mungate Principal Change & Innovation Consultant, Western Power
    Bart Brink Digital Director, VK Architects & Engineers - Netherlands
    Moderated by:
    Hyma Vulpala Digital solutions lead, Tonkin + Taylor
  • 14:40 - 15:00

    Digital twin project outcomes for water utility asset managers

    By Thomas Debruyne Head Of Digital Transformation - Asia Pacific, Veolia Water Technologies

    Industry studies and a vast portfolio of pan-sector examples show us the benefits of twins for enhanced performance, optimised usage, better predictions and better decision-making. But, the question remains – how will it generate benefit for your organisation specifically? This twinning case study outlines the key outcomes to date for a global leader in water management.  

  • 15:00 - 15:40

    Networking Break & Showcase Viewing 

  • TWINNING CASE STUDIES

  • 15:40 - 16:00

    Using a digital twin to manage a large university campus portfolio

    By Ulf Däversjö Director of Innovation and Sustainable Development, Akademiska Hus - Sweden

    Akademiska Hus is one of Sweden’s largest real estate companies. They build, develop and manage education assets located in places all over Sweden. Within their assets, 300,000 people study, research and work every day. They also use a digital twin to optimize the performance of their assets.  

  • 16:00 - 16:20

    The future of commercial property – Inside the smart building transformation

    Twinview is a browser-based Digital Twin platform for the property sector connecting building systems’ data to a 3D model viewed on a single dashboard. Earlier this year Twinview integrated with Great Portland Estates The Hickman – creating the most intelligent building in the world. We hear from the implementer and the client. 

  • 16:20 - 16:20

    Chair's Close and End of Summit

Our Speakers

ANDY LOVELL

Solution Engineering Team Lead – AEC, Esri – USA

SIMON VAUX

Chief Executive Officer, DEOS Digital – Australia

JENNY TSENG

Principal Digital Advisory, Mott MacDonald – Australia

NICOLAS WAERN

CEO and Digital Twin Evangelist, WINNIIO – Sweden

JOHN HAINSWORTH

Technical Director, Smart Infrastructure, Mott MacDonald

CRISTINA SAVIAN

Chief Executive Officer and Founder, BE-WISE – Australia

ULF DÄVERSJÖ

Director of Innovation and Sustainable Development, Akademiska Hus – Sweden

PIETER VAN SCHALKWYK

CEO, XMProand co-chair of the Natural Resources Working Group, Digital Twin Consortium

PRUDENCE LAWRENCE

Geospatial Manager, Australian Spatial Analytics

DAVID MCKEE

Chief Executive Officer, Slingshot and Chair, Digital Twin Consortium – UK

KATE WILLIAMS

Chief Business Officer, FrontierSI

STEVEN COYLE

Regional Digital Engineering Lead, Arcadis

DEREK FEEBREY

Chief Executive Officer, Trendspek – Australia

MATTHEW GALLAUGHER

Director of Technology, WSP

MOSSTYN HOWELL

Founder and CEO, UbiPark

SIMON EVANS

Digital Twin Leader & Chair of the Gemini Call at the National Digital Twin Programme, Arup

KUDZAI MUNGATE

Principal Change & Innovation Consultant, Western Power

NIKOLAAS KOSTRABY

BIM and Digital Lead – Snowy 2.0, Snowy Hydro

PIERPAOLO FRANCO

VP – International Markets Development, Glodon

IVAN LIM

Founder & CEO, Real Estate Doc

SAM HARLEY

Managing Principal, Digital Enablement, Aurecon

RORY BROWN

Director, Smart Places Programs, NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment

SAM HOUGHTON

Principal – Digital, and Product Manager, Digital Twins, Beca – New Zealand

THOMAS HYDE

CDO, Beca – New Zealand

LINDE RYCKEBOER

National Digital Engineering Lead, BESIX Watpac

SEAMUS EGAN

New Business Manager Vic & SA, BESIX Watpac 

ERIC BUGEJA

Chairperson, buildingSMART Australasia, & Executive Member, Australasian BIM Advisory Board

MILTON WALTERS

Director of ANZ, OpenSpace

BILL HARRIS

Business Development Manager – APAC, ASite

ANDREW CURTHOYS

Digital Relationship Manager, Cross River Rail Delivery Authority

COL USSHER

Head of Transformation – Asset Management & Engineering, Essential Energy

ALISTAIR FOX

Global Technology Lead for Geospatial Integration, Jacobs

LUKE WATSON

CEO and Co-Founder, Home Live

JOHN TURNER

CEO, Gafcon Digital Inc., and
Chair, Infra Work Group, Digital Twin Consortium

JASON CARR

Market Leader NSW, GHD Digital

CARYS EVANS

Director Digital Twin Victoria, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

MARC GUGLIOTTI

Commercial Strategy Manager, Digital Twin Victoria, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

EVAN QUICK

Principal Engineer, Digital Engineering, Rail Projects Victoria

LUKE BELFIELD

Victorian Chief Engineer, Office of Projects Victoria, Department of Treasury and Finance

JACK GIBSON

Principal Solution Consultant, ANZ, Boomi

THERESA WELLS

Market Leader Digital APAC, GHD

BILL THOMSON

Digital Assets & Engineering Leader, Digital Twin Leader, GHD Digital

MATS HENRIKSON

Group Leader of Web Geospatial Systems, CSIRO, Data61

JAMES PELLAT

Director of Workplace and Innovation, Great Portland Estates – UK

ANDREW HARRIS

Director, Technical Futures and Engineering Excellence Group, Laing O’Rourke

COLIN DOMINISH

Head of Podium Services, Lendlease Digital

BELINDA HODKINSON

Founder, Director, Magnae

NATALIE MARTINE

Digital Engineering Lead on the Canberra Light Rail Stage 2 Project, AECOM

JACKIE FROST

Asset Management Manager, Moreton Bay Regional Council

MARK ENZER

Global CTO, Mott Macdonald, and Head of the National Digital Twin Programme, Centre for Digital Built Britain – UK

GAVIN COTTERILL

Consulting Director APAC, PCSG

ELOUISE ROBINSON

Digital Engineering Manager, Arcadis

KEN LEE

Director, Digital Enablement, Aurecon

PAUL MULLETT

Group Director, Engineering & Technology, Robert Bird Group

BART BRINK

Digital Director, VK Architects & Engineers – Netherlands

EREZI UTIOME

Digital Engineering Practice Lead, SMEC

VLATKA VARAGIC

Manager GIS ANZ, SMEC

RAJ THAMPURAN

Managing Director Technology and Research Group R&D, Surbana Jurong – Singapore

SWAIN JOHNSON

RIB | MTWO Construction Cloud Sales Director, SoftwareONE

CLARISSA PHILLIPS

Digital Engineering Integration Specialist, Sydney Water

AAYUSH JHA

CEO & Co-Founder, Clairco

MARK CHAPMAN

Executive – Integrated Enterprise Products, Telstra

RAPHAEL FIORINI

Senior Product Specialist – Digital Twins, Telstra

HESTER DE WET

Technical Director, Energy, Aurecon

SOHEIL SABRI

(PhD), Digital Delivery Lead – Digital Twin, Department of Infrastructure Engineering, The University Of Melbourne

HYMA VULPALA

Digital solutions lead, Tonkin + Taylor

BEN MALONE

Implementation Director, Twinview – United Kingdom

SAIBAL CHOWDHURY

Co-Founder and CEO, Urbanetic

THOMAS DEBRUYNE

Head of Digital Transformation – Asia Pacific, Veolia Water Technologies

ROB KENNEDY

Global Head of Digital Twin – Full Asset Lifecycle, Wood

DAMIEN CUTCLIFFE

Director of Business Development and Growth, Digital, WSP

DAN FRAWLEY

MTWO Construction Cloud Consulting Director, ANZ, SoftwareONE

BRETT DIXON

Infrastructure Group Lead – Asia Pacific, Esri

SOPHIA VEGA

Information & Systems Manager, Acciona Ferrovial JV

IAN HARDCASTLE

Technical Director, Digital Engineering, Jacobs

BEN CORSER

MD, APAC, Matterport – Singapore

CAROLINA DREIFUSS

CEO, SyncTechnologies

MITCH MEDWAY

Regional Digital Lead, Arcadis

SANDEEP KAUL

CEO, Hipla

RUDIANTO LIM

GM, RoomMe

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

 

 

The Digital Built World Summit is a Hybrid event. This format combines the traditional face-to-face conference with virtual elements, allowing both in-person and virtual attendees to access the same content and networking opportunities simultaneously.

High quality curated content

With two days of expert sessions and industry leading speakers, delve into expertly curated content that you won’t find anywhere else.

Live and on-demand

Wherever you are at the time of the event, you’ll be in control. You’ll have the ability to consume all the content being delivered at your leisure through either a live stream of the physical event or on-demand.

Time efficient

If you are based outside of Sydney and for whatever reason can’t make it to the event in-person, you can save on travel time and accommodation costs while still networking with global industry professionals.

Business matchmaking live

Take part in intelligently curated meetings with like-minded individuals that share similar interests and challenges from all over the world through our AI powered matchmaking delivered via our virtual platform.

Accessible from all your devices

Get insights and network at your fingertips – all content sessions and networking activities will be accessible from your laptop, tablets or mobile devices.

Engage, interact and influence

Make the most of your experience by being a truly active participant. Whether at the event or attending virtually, you’ll have the ability to ask questions, participate in polls, and share your experience with other attendees via break-out sessions.

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