News from June 2019
Thank you to everyone who took the time to submit nominations for the Association Awards™.
The calibre of nominations received is evidence of the good work being done in the association and NFP sector.Associations Forum is pleased to announce the 2019 Association Awards™ shortlisted finalists:
From Monday 3 June, the Australian Self Medication Industry (ASMI) will be known as Consumer Healthcare Products Australia (CHP Australia).
"In April, our members unanimously endorsed the change of our name and brand," explained Chairperson, Lindsay Forrest.
"The name Consumer Healthcare Products Australia better represents the industry in which our members operate. It also brings us in line with our international counterparts, CHP Canada and CHPA in America."
For the 9th year in a row, Conventions & Incentives New Zealand (CINZ) & Tourism New Zealand (TNZ) will be exhibiting at AFNC, alongside Auckland, Wellington & Christchurch. They will be sharing with delegates why New Zealand is an exceptional destination to hold a conference. With a major hotel expansion, two new convention centres opening in late 2020 (in Auckland and Christchurch), plus an announcement of a new Wellington Convention Centre, there will be lots to talk about.
After ten years of service, the Board of Local Government Professionals Australia, NSW has accepted the resignation of its Chief Executive Officer and Company Secretary Annalisa Haskell, GAICD who will finish with the Association on 30 June 2019.
Over her tenure, Annalisa has been committed to the success of the Association and its members and provided leadership through a period that saw significant change to NSW Local Government.
Under her stewardship…
Australasian Railway Association Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Danny Broad will step down from his role as head of the rail industry peak body at the end this calendar year when his contract concludes. “After over four years at the helm of ARA, I feel the time is right to pass the reigns to a new CEO to take the organisation forward into a new era, one that is sure to see rail continue to experience significant growth and investment,” said Mr Broad. “Since taking on the…
Cancer Nurses Society of Australia has announced Jemma Still as the new Executive Officer."Jemma has been actively involved in the management of professional associations for over 12 years, as the Head of Member and Partner Services with the Australian Tourism Export Council, the Business Development Manager at the Law Society of NSW and the Membership and Education Manager at the Migration Institute of Australia.""Throughout these roles, she has developed strategies to…
The Brisbane Airport Conference Centre is the largest venue in the airport precinct and offers 1800sqm of architecturally designed event space. With the capacity to host a boardroom meeting for 2, up to 330 guest’s cocktail style, each event is tailored to provide a memorable and unique experience.
In tribute to its location in the heart of the airport precinct, the dynamic events centre includes a series of specially commissioned…