2023 dates for the Event Organisers & Executive PA Summits have been set, starting in Brisbane on the 23rd March at the iconic Princess Theatre
The series of one-day events, includes tailored meetings, breakfast, lunch and post event drinks, with key-note speeches and intelligence briefings throughout the day.
There are two Summit streams, one for executive assistants, and the Event Organisers Summits for inhouse events managers, experience officers, event management companies, team building companies, associations and marketing managers.
Summit organiser Executive PA Media’s Russell Peacock believes professional event organisers are likely to be just as busy in 2023 as they have been in the last half of 2022. “As international events slowly make their way back, domestic business event activity is going to continue to buzz – they may slightly smaller but there will be more of them and we’re going to see some very creative ideas used to maximise budget and engagement.” He said
He believes it will be the same for executive assistants putting together business events for their execs and organisations. “Back in 2016 independent research showed that EAs on average have budgets of over a quarter of a million dollars. Every EA we’ve spoken with tells us that rebuilding teams and employee re-engagement is top of their executives’ lists. Budgets for business events will increase – no question about it”
The Summits provide a unique opportunity to meet suppliers on your terms and are a time efficient way to find out what’s new in events.