News from October 2020
The resignation has been announced of one of South Australia’s most influential industry lobbyists, Civil Contractors Federation South Australia (CCF SA) Chief Executive, Mr Phil Sutherland.
He will step down from the pivotal position in January next year, ending a nine year tenure with the organisation, regarded highly for its role under his helmsmanship on…
The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS) is pleased to announce it is now offering a COVID-Safe consultancy service to assist businesses to comply with current health and safety requirements. ACHS is an independent, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving quality and safety in health care and related services/industries.
With the 'new normal' that Australia is facing in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the onus is on all businesses to comply with current regulations,…
A passionate advocate for Electric Vehicles, Motor Trade Association Queensland's Chief Executive Officer, Dr Brett Dale has announced his resignation after five years at the helm of the 91-year old organisation.
Dale has been integral to putting a spotlight on disruption and understands the need to stay ahead of the game to provide direction, leadership, and support to members.
The President of the Master Plumbers and Mechanical Contractors Association of NSW (MPA NSW) Mr. Callum McKay has announced that after some eighteen (18) years of dedicated service, Mr. Paul Naylor will retire this week from his role as Chief Executive Officer at MPA NSW.
Mr. McKay says “Paul has served the Association and represented the plumbing industry more broadly with what can only…
Meetings & Events Australia (MEA) has announced that Chief Executive Officer, Robyn Johnson, has resigned from her role effective 12 November 2020 and will be relocating to the NSW South Coast.
As a CEO, Ms Johnson rebranded MEA’s flagship annual conference as ‘Evolve’ and positioned it as a key event on the industry’s calendar, launched a scholarship program to educate NSW regional students, grew MEA’s National Awards program and launched the Celebration of Excellence publication,…
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In a quick win for the Australian Cabinet and Furniture Association (ACFA), their new CAMS software made it faster and easier for members to renew. Now they’re reaping benefits across the whole organisation.
When this year’s membership renewal came around, the Australian Cabinet and Furniture Association (ACFA) weren’t sure what to expect. Their new Cloudbased Association Management Solution (CAMS) had just gone live, so members would be encountering it for the first time. The results spoke…
Conference Logistics (Conlog) are a leading Professional Conference Organiser (PCO) with staff located throughout our offices in Canberra, Adelaide and Brisbane.
This year we are celebrating our 30th anniversary, and are proud to announce that we have added a Secretariat service to our offerings, enabling us to assist with committee, administrative, membership and governance requirements.
Our head office in Canberra is set up with a fully operational business facility,…
Australian Computer Society (ACS) has announced Rupert Grayston, its Director of Professional Standards and Assessment Services, as interim CEO effective 8 October.
Grayston, who has been with ACS for more than two years, accepted the role this week.
“I’m excited to be leading ACS during this interim period as we undertake the search for a new CEO,” Grayston said.
“My experience in association management and strategy, as well as a thorough working knowledge of the dynamics…
Australia’s longest-running sustainability awards program, the Banksia Awards recognise individuals, communities, businesses and governments for innovation and excellence in environmental and social stewardship.
Last year, the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) was named ‘best of the best’, taking home the Banksia Gold Award for a powerful commitment to the Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs) and for demonstrating the potential to deliver a big future impact.…