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ACS’ Reimagination and Digital Disruptors Awards heading to Melbourne

Sydney, Friday 1 June; ACS, the professional association for Australia’s technology sector, has announced that the fourth annual Reimagination Thought Leader’s Summit and Digital Disruptors Awards will be held in Melbourne on November 1, 2018.

After three successful years in Sydney, ACS has partnered with the Victorian Government to bring more than 900 delegates and international keynote speakers to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Victorian Minister for Innovation and the Digital Economy the Hon Philip Dalidakis praised the new partnership.

“Securing Reimagination is another coup for Victoria and our tech sector, and bolsters our position as Australia’s top tech city. Reimagination will spark innovation in our tech sector, bring our ideas to life and help our tech companies expand and create more jobs” Minister Dalidakis said.

ACS CEO Andrew Johnson echoed the sentiments of the Minister, praising the growth of the tech sector and its contribution to the Victorian economy.

“Victoria is a leading digital state and a natural fit as we make Reimagination and the Digital Disruptors Awards bigger and better. We’re looking forward to showcasing the vibrant digital sector in Victoria which is driven by an advanced digital industry.”

“We’ve worked closely with the Victorian Government for a number of years and are thrilled to be able to bring Reimagination to Melbourne.”

“We anticipate this year’s event will be our biggest yet thanks to the growth of high-tech industries in Victoria and we can’t wait to welcome delegates to a robust conversation about how we can build Australia’s digital future.”

Further details around Reimagination 2018 and the Digital Disruptors Awards will be available from mid-June.

Further information

Thomas Shanahan

External Engagement Manager
M - 0417 678 474
E - thomas.shanahan@acs.org.au

 

 

About ACS

ACS is the professional association for Australia's Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector. More than 37,000 ACS members work in business, education, government and the community. ACS exists to create the environment and provide the opportunities for members and partners to succeed. ACS strives for ICT professionals to be recognised as drivers of innovation in our society, relevant across all sectors, and to promote the formulation of effective policies on ICT and related matters. Visit www.acs.org.au for more information.