On behalf of the IAG Conference Committee, I am delighted to extend an invitation to attend the IAG 2020 Annual Conference,  to be held at the  Sofitel Brisbane Central on Friday 13 November 2020.
 
The IAG Conference is an annual event exclusively for accounting, finance and governance professionals and the conference agenda is designed to inspire and inform, covering recent challenges and current trends in public sector finance.
 
The  2020 Conference will enable us to explore different ways of connecting with you to share knowledge and enhance skills.   You will hear from our business leaders, industry experts and inspirational speakers, and be able to join the discussion on emerging issues and trends impacting the State's public sector.  
 
You will be provided with opportunities to hear what impact COVID-19 has had on our work environments and how connecting with each other has been hindered and enhanced.
 
During the conference you are invited to join the plenary sessions, delivered across a variety of topics.  Take the opportunity to network with your colleagues across government as well as our private sector sponsors during breaks, or take part in the  social event after the conference.
 
The IAG 2020 Annual Conference will bring together the importance of connecting with others, how these connections can transform the work we do and the people we inspire.
We look forward to seeing you in November.
 
 
Justine Clark
President
IAG Conference Committee
 

 

 

 Event Details  

 

 

Conference Venue
Located  in Turbot Street in Brisbane's CBD, Sofitel Brisbane Central is conveniently located above Central train station and a 10 minute walk from Queen Street Mall

 

 

 

Trade Exhibition 
IAG 2020 will again feature the trade exhibition open to delegates on arrival, during morning  tea and afternoon tea and for a dedicated exhibition 45 minutes post lunch offering the opportunity for delegates to interact and network with our sponsors.

 

 

Networking 
All delegates and sponsors are invited to join the IAG Committee for Networking Drinks after the Conference.  These will be held directly after the closing session, providing a dedicated time for attendees to socialise, interact and connect with colleagues .

 

 

 

 

Conference Seating
Conference seating for sessions and lunch will be pre-allocated allowing for 4 attendees per (round) table in line with the venue's COVID safe practices.  Attendees will be ask to submit allocation requests  via the conference app approximately two weeks prior to the event. 

 

 

Our Speakers

 

 

 

Kerry Domann | MC 

Kerry is a highly regarded MC, keynote speaker and trainer.  With academic qualifications including a Bachelor of Applied Science (Mathematics) and a Masters of Information Technology behind him .... 

 

Orange Sky Laundry

Best friends Nicholas Marchesi and Lucas Patchett were awarded Young Australian of the Year 2016, when they came up with the revolutionary idea to remodel an old van into a free mobile laundry to assist the homeless ...

Michael Walsh 

Michael provides strategic advisory services to large organisations with a focus on leadership, digital health, governance, strategy, planning and transformation.  Michael is the Chair of the Digital Health  Cooperative....

 

Lynda Steffens

A very proud and long-standing member of CPA Australia, newly appointed member of the CPA QLD Committee for Women, nominated for Accountants Daily Thought Leader of the Year and Practice Ignitions 50 Most Influential ....

 

Craig James 

Craig James is Chief Economist, CommSec, interpreting 'big picture' economic and financial trends for customers, clients and staff .  CommSec is known for innovative, 'user friendly' reports....

 

Albert Naffah

Albert leads strategy and innovation for payments and open data for CBA across retail, business and institutional client segments.  Albert has accountability for a team that manages domestic and international  ....