AIME unveils first look at 2019 Knowledge Program
New program to focus on community, challenging industry norms and creating a culture of innovation.
Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME) 2019 has reimagined how delegates experience the event with a refreshed Knowledge Program, elevating the educational content to focus on idea sharing that draws the community together to challenge the status quo.
AIME’s Knowledge Program, sponsored by Melbourne Convention Bureau, has been created with the input from key partners such as Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA), International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA), Society for Incentive Travel Excellence (SITE) and Meetings & Events Australia (MEA).
The comprehensive program which includes streams for varying levels of experience and seniority, will for the first time, see both buyers and exhibitors able to attend sessions together – allowing further opportunity for buyers and exhibitors to connect.
The Monday program will ensure participants have a connected learning journey focused on a number of topics, including thought-provoking plenary talks designed to challenge thinking, intensive skill-based workshops with AIME’s first Hackathon and collaborative case study based workshops.
ICCA’s integral Business Exchange will now be anchored at AIME, and the organization will also deliver sessions debating a number of topics, including the role and relevance of professional conference organizers (PCOs). Furthermore, SITE will present results from an industry-wide survey of the incentive travel industry.
AIME is the first business event to kick off 2019 proceedings globally and will be running 18–20 February. For more details or to submit interest in attending AIME in 2019, visit aime.com.au