Connecting Industry Conference NSW
Due to recent changes of the NSW government’s energy road map the Connecting Industry Conference format has changed and the date has been moved to February 18, 2021.
Presented by Resource Industry Media and Job Skills Network, the Connecting Industry Conference NSW, proudly sponsored by Loadscan, will feature more than $12 billion of procurement opportunities within the New South Wales resource and construction industry via live video streaming and an event app, allowing you to network with presenting projects, sponsors and attendees.
First launched in Queensland during COVID-19 social distancing restrictions, Connecting Industry Conferences are designed to assist all tiers of the supply chain from SME’s through to large civil construction and engineering companies on the latest project and procurement information.
Our goal is to connect industry by maximising value based on sustainability for all Stakeholders i.e. Business, Projects, Sponsors, and Industry. We believe industry and business can no longer justify thousands of dollars on tickets, travel, food, and accommodation to attend an event and are calling on all Stakeholders to contribute with purpose where our social, economic, and environmental impact is minimal.
So join us at the Connecting Industry Conference NSW on February 18 for not only the latest project and procurement information and to network with presenting projects, sponsors and attendees, but to create relationships in a sustainable and responsible way.
Based solely on procurement and work opportunities with 100% of profits from booking fees going towards indigenous scholarships, the event features some of the largest resource and construction projects in the state.
Projects presenting their procurement opportunities:
- Australian Rail Track Corporation: Inland Rail.
- Clean TeQ: Sunrise Battery Materials Project.
- Carpentaria Resources: Hawsons Iron Project.
- CWP Renewables: Uungula Wind Farm.
- Project to be announced.
- Project to be announced.
The Connecting Industry Conference NSW also features four breakout sessions with speakers delivering presentations and discussions focused on the procurement space. Proudly sponsored by FOSROC, topics of discussion are based on the supply chain, business planning, operations management, business development and diversity and inclusion.
Please note: 100% of profits from booking fees goes towards indigenous scholarships.
Resource Industry Media’s strategic focus is “connecting industry” and our aim is to revolutionise your event engagement and networking experience via the Connecting Industry Conference NSW Event App – your essential conference guide – accessible via your choice of device: your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop.
The Connecting Industry Conference Event App is available to all registered attendees. Once you have purchased your ticket to the conference, you will be notified to download the Conference App.
For more information go to the Connecting Industry Conference NSW website.