INTRODUCING THE ALPMA RECONNECT SUMMIT 2021
We are very excited to announce the launch of the ALPMA 2021 Reconnect Summit– a re-imagined version of our annual Summit conference, which will now take place at the postponed dates of 24-26 November 2021 at the RACV Royal Pines, Gold Coast.
Given the events of the past year, and the inevitable postponement of our 2020 Summit, this year we are embracing the opportunity to completely reimagine the delivery of our annual flagship event. This year will be something quite different.
At the core of our planning is our desire to reconnect our members, colleagues, partners and industry professionals at this two day in person event on the Gold Coast. Whilst we will offer sections of our program online the majority of our focus will revolve around a more intimate event which brings our industry back together.
This year we will be facilitating various valuable industry learning and networking opportunities within an enjoyable and inspiring event format and are excited to introduce a new collaborative approach to constructing the event program. With a mix of partner sessions, demonstrations, mini–TED Talks and round table , we will be trying to integrate reconnection as much as we can into the conference proceedings.
We are also expanding our program offering to take advantage of the impressive range of facilities and onsite areas within the RACV Royal Pines Resort. From Golf afternoons, yoga sessions and intimate dinner parties in the Resort’s Club Lounge or restaurants, we will be offering unique and memorable experiences for delegates while they are at this year’s event.
We can’t wait to see you there!
INTRODUCING OUR 2021 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Dr Angus Hervey and Tané Hunter are the dynamic duo better known as Future Crunch. They deliver mind blowing presentations to generate optimism and shift perceptions to create new and better ways of doing things in the 21st of century.
Layne Beachley is widely regarded as the most successful female surfer in history. The only surfer, male or female, to claim six consecutive world titles (1998 to 2003), Layne went on to win a seventh in 2006 before retiring from the ASP World Tour two years later.
SEE YOU IN NOVEMBER!
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