We are proud to invite your organisation to participate as a sponsor and/or exhibitor at NEDC19.
CLICK HERE to download the Sponsorship Proposal
As the flagship event for EDA, the peak national body for economic development practitioners, the national event will attract more than 200 economic development leaders from across Australia. The event will also host thought leaders in industry development, representatives from all levels of government and the key organisations with an interest in Australia’s prosperity and economic growth.
NEDC provides a unique opportunity to promote your business to the economic development leaders of Australia.
The NEDC19 sponsorship and exhibition packages have been designed to:
- Provide an excellent opportunity to promote your company among conference delegates, high profile personnel and key policy makers.
- Raise your company profile.
- Provide an opportunity to develop new strategic partnerships and strengthen existing partnerships.
Early confirmation will ensure the highest level of exposure. An extensive promotional campaign including advertisements, email broadcasts and web exposure are being implemented in the lead up to the conference and the opportunity exists for your company to be represented as a key supporter, strategically placed before your market.
The listed packages are by no means limited and we welcome the opportunity to discuss your individual requirements.
To discuss your involvement and marketing goals further, please contact the Conference Organiser, Premier Event Concepts:
Phone: 0437 377 107
Thank you to our sponsors…
Geografia was formed in 2006 as a Melbourne-based consulting partnership focusing on population and economic modelling and service and facility demand forecasting. Spatial analysis and GIS continue to form a large part of Geografia’s work, reflecting the company’s origin in the disciplines of human and physical geography.
Working for government and the private sector around Australia and Malaysia, the company developed its expertise in analysing land use trends, economic development and population growth. As data became more complex and abundant, Geografia moved towards online data visualisation and analytics, expanding to take on staff based around the world.
Geografia has been the recipient of multiple awards and prizes for work in data analytics and digital innovation, including from the Planning Institute of Australia, two awards from Economic Development Australia and a $50,000 prize from the Urban Development Institute of Australia. Geografia is currently researching the development of the next generation of tourism impact prediction models.
The Australian Business Register (ABR) was created to make it easy for business to interact with Government. Our focus is on making it simple for businesses to register for an Australian Business Number (ABN), ensuring the integrity and quality of the data on the ABR, and helping government agencies at all levels to access and use the data. This assists them to better understand businesses, make informed decisions and streamline how they interact with business.
Urban Enterprise is a professional Melbourne based consultancy specialising in Urban Planning, Land Economics, Tourism Planning and Industry Software.
Urban Enterprise has provided high quality advice to both the public and private sectors throughout Australia for 30 years, with an experienced team of urban planners, property analysts, economists and tourism planners.
Urban Enterprise takes pride in providing clear and practical advice to clients which leads to achievable outcomes. Our work is always supported by extensive research, consultation and clear thinking. We deliver tailored advice and ensure all clients are provided with a premium consulting service.
We also develop specialised industry software products for the planning, economic development and tourism sectors. Our products include MonitorCRMS© and DevCAP©.
Urban Enterprise and its staff are members of the following professional and industry groups:
• Planning Institute of Australia;
• Economic Development Australia;
• Urban Development Institute of Australia;
• Property Council of Australia;
• Victoria Planning and Environmental Law Association;
• Australian Property Institute;
• Victorian Tourism Industry Council;
• Australian Regional Tourism Network.