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ACS South Coast Chapter


Event Start: Wed 29 Mar 06:00 PM AEDT
Event Finish: Wed 29 Mar 07:00 PM AEDT


Registration End Date: Tue 28 Mar 05:00 PM

<p>Please join the ACS South Coast Chapter as they host a discussion on the upcoming 2023 Consensus Awards.   <br><br>Consensus was established in 1999 and has conducted over 450 evaluations of innovative technology solutions resulting in just over 150 Winners of Consensus Awards.<br>Independent analysis of the first 13 years of operations shows that 9 out of ten of the winners have gone on to perform particularly well internationally and show a<br>return across the board of over 1200%. Consensus Awards can truly claim to be the &quot;World&#39;s Most Successful Awards&quot;. The 2016 Consensus Awards were presented by Hon. Ed Husic MP, Shadow Spokesperson for Innovation on Tuesday 14th June at the Sheraton on the Park Hotel in Sydney.<br><br>Innovation drives international expansion: Due to the success of Consensus here, the Awards are being established in the UK, Scandinavia, Hong Kong and Singapore in<br>the next 12 months. Once established, these offices will also promote the Winners from other countries into their own countries, providing a world network of Excellence.<br><br><strong>About the Presenter:</strong><br>Julian Day has over 30 years experience in the ICT industry and is a highly skilled practitioner and consultant. He has held senior management positions with some o<br>f the leading vendors of application software and development technology in both the UK and Australia and has consulted to many large private and public organisations in areas of strategic planning, software design, software development, development standards and software evaluation. This has also included group facilitation, implementation of ISO standards, project management and quality assurance.<br><br>Julian has served on many industry committees and special interest groups and was NSW State Chairman of the Australian Computer Society in 1990-1991. He was founder<br> and President of the Australian Information Technology Society in 1992, which shared ideas and experiences of Information Technology. He has organised and chaired many National and State events on all aspects of IT and has presented papers at conferences in the UK, USA, New Zealand and Australia.<br><br>Julian Day is also the mastermind behind Waterline Challenge which will be held on 12th-13th November and challenge the whole of Australia to simultaneously walk, run, cycle, paddle, canoe, row, sail, swim, or wind-surf the whole of Australia’s coast, rivers, lakes and islands in 48 hours. It is expected that as much as $20 Million will be raised for 25 different charities.<br><br>5.45pm Registration<br>6:00pm Presentation starts.<br>7:00pm Move to dining room to continue the discussion.<span style="font-size: 11pt;"><span style="font-family: Calibri,sans-serif;"> </span></span></p>

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Julian Reginald Day

Julian Reginald Day

The Board Room, 120 The Avenue, Figtree,Wollongong,NSW,Australia

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  • Figtree RSL Bowling Club
    The Board Room, 120 The Avenue, Figtree
    Wollongong NSW 2525
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    Wed 29 Mar 06:00 PM AEDT

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    Wed 29 Mar 07:00 PM AEDT
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