Thursday 22nd August 2019
The Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park
The APIG Conference Organising Committee is pleased to announce tickets are now on sale for this year’s APIG National Conference and Gala Dinner.
We have an exciting new venue, engaging program and more opportunities for networking.
The APIG National Conference and Gala Dinner will bring together key industry participants as an opportunity to educate, network and canvass new ideas.
Our 2019 program will have an impressive line-up of speakers both from within our industry and beyond and will cover a range of topical issues affecting our industry including:
- Leadership – what’s next
- Me Too Movement
- Medical Malpractice
- Non-compliant products and implications to industry
More details will follow.
Book now and save! Our early bird offer closes Friday 12th July 2019
Last Chance for Sponsorship!
Only a few sponsorship packages remain so if you would like more information on how to partner with APIG for this event, please contact our Event Organiser, Cecelia Haddad (P: 02 8819 6921, M: 0411 264 948, E: firstname.lastname@example.org).
"The Annual APIG conference is a terrific event with great content and great opportunities to meet and network with industry colleagues. I attend industry events around the world and I can say that the APIG event is one of the best. Well-run, well-organized and well-attended. First class in every way."
-- Kevin LaCroix, The D&O Diary
"Very good topics and presentations"
-- Matt Clarke, Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance
" Varied topics and overall relevance to current issues in industry"
-- Andy Wass, JMD Ross Insurance Brokers
" Industry led and focussed. Highly relevant topics."
-- Keith Bethlehem, Colin Biggers & Paisley Lawyers
"This remains a cornerstone educational event due to its relevance and depth of discussion."
-- John Davaine, JMD Ross Insurance Brokers
"Useful and entertaining presentations by competent presenters. Great to hear some non-insurance presenters. Panel sessions and interactivity are good at holding delegates' interest."
--David Rostron, Finlaysons