News from October 2017
The Australian Dental Association (NSW Branch) and Hotline IT have had a successful business relationship since 1998.
Hotline IT has provided an end to end solution for ADA NSW from managing their network to providing their internet. As well as the day to day management we have worked with them on many projects. Here are a few of the projects we have collaborated on:
Computerised their membership data, working with iMIS.
Computerised Library catalogue system
Keep NSW Beautiful has a large office space which is under utilised in a very convenient location at Level 1, 268 King Street Newtown, very close to Newtown Station and other public transport. Many eclectic restaurants and cafés are in close proximity to the office. The city is only a few minutes away by train.
The space pictured above, could fit up to 4 staff and is in a separate area to our working space and offers considerable privacy. Office furniture can also be provided if needed.…
With insurtech starting to enjoy rapid growth in Australia, Insurtech Australia has announced its formation as a new industry association dedicated to the advancement of insurance innovation and insurtech startups.
Insurtech Australia is being created as a standalone division of Fintech Australia, the association for Australian fintech startups. As a national, not-for-profit organisation, it will focus on representing insurtech startups, insurers, reinsurers and brokers and other insurance…
The Council for Small Business Australia at its 2017 AGM, elected a new Board Chair, Mark McKenzie. Mr McKenzie is the CEO of Australasian Convenience and Petroleum Marketers Association (ACAPMA) and holds formal qualifications in Civil Engineering (BEng) and Business (MBA).
Mr McKenzie has extensive commercial and public policy experience. He has a deep personal commitment to ensuring that future national telecommunications…
Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM) has suffered a tragic loss with the passing of their former CEO, Adjunct Associate Professor Levinia Crooks, AM on 16th October 2017, after a long and courageously fought illness.
A/Prof Crooks served for over 30 years as a champion for people’s rights in the health sector and applied her considerable experience and skills to push for dramatic…
Asthma Australia announced today the formation of Asthma Australia Ltd, the new national health charity to better serve the current and future needs of people with asthma and their treating health professionals.
Asthma Australia Ltd, is the merger of Asthma Australia and the ACT, NSW, Queensland, South Australian and Victorian state Asthma Foundations, to create a stronger, united, more efficient and effective national health body.
This merger has not been easy to achieve and has…
The Australian Custodial Services Association (ACSA), the peak body representing the custody industry in Australia, announced the appointment of Mr Robert J. Brown as its chief executive officer.
The appointment of Mr Brown represents a milestone for the organisation, and comes as the industry works through key issues including the Asia Fund Passport legislation and the blockchain replacement of ASX’s CHESS system.
Mr Brown is a 30-year veteran of the financial services industry,…
The Australian Bankers’ Association resolved to nominate ANZ Chief Executive Officer Shayne Elliott as Chair at its Annual General Meeting in early December.
Mr Elliott will succeed current Chair of the ABA, National Australia Bank Group Chief Executive Officer Mr Andrew Thorburn.
Commenting on the nomination Mr Elliott said: “The banking industry is working hard to build trust with customers, the community and with federal and state politicians on all sides. While we have made significant…
The Australian Smart Communities Association (ASCA) today announced the appointment of its first full-time CEO. Laurie Patton takes on this role following an extensive career in media, IT and event management. For the past three years he has been CEO / Executive Director of Internet Australia, the NFP peak body representing the interests of Internet users.
Welcoming Mr Patton, ASCA…
Direct flights from Singapore and New Zealand are just one reason why Canberra was selected as the first Australian destination for the significant i-CREATE conference in August 2019.
The 13th International Convention on Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology (i-CREATE) will bring 500 delegates to Canberra from the Asia and Pacific region.
Science & Technology Australia (STA) has elected three new leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to its Board, to represent scientists and technologists working in a range of disciplines.
The newest Board members are:
Professor Rebecca Ritchie, Medical and Cognitive Sciences Representative
Dr Katherine Daffron, Aquatic Sciences Representative
Ms Kylie Ahern, General Representative