• Melbourne Brandmark
    Supporting Partner
    Melbourne Brandmark
  • Melbourne Convention Bureau
    Supporting Partner
    Melbourne Convention Bureau
  • Australian Web Industry Association
    Supporting Partner
    Australian Web Industry Association

    The Australian Web Industry Association (AWIA) is one of the largest dedicated web industry associations of its kind in Australia today. Joining AWIA connects you to more than 7,000 active members who meet regularly across the country for talks, networking and skills sharing.

    Whether you own or are a team member of a creative agency, freelancer, designer, web developer, copywriter or student, AWIA membership provides you with access to the most up-to-date web standards and networking events in Australia.

  • Tech Council of Australia
    Supporting Partner
    Tech Council of Australia

    The TCA is Australia’s peak industry body for the tech sector. The Australian tech sector is a pillar of the Australian economy, contributing $167 billion per annum to the Australian economy and employing 861,000 people. This makes the tech sector equivalent to Australia’s third-largest industry, behind mining and banking, and Australia’s seventh-largest employing sector.

    The TCA represents over 165 member companies from a diverse cross-section of Australia’s technology sector. This includes deep tech and software companies to VC firms and advisors. Several of our members operate or invest in businesses subject to foreign investment approvals, including multinationals, domestic firms, and venture capital funds

  • Women in Digital
    Supporting Partner
    Women in Digital

    Women in Digital is passionate about harnessing the power of technology to solve problems and create a better future for all. Driven by this purpose, WID have become a cornerstone of the Australian tech community over the last 9 years with the key focus of improving gender diversity in the industry.

    Women in Digital believes that technology should be built by all people, for all people. That’s why they are passionate about creating an inclusive and welcoming community for all women in digital and diversity champions. Women in Digital connect people in the industry through quarterly networking and panel events, educate the community through telling the stories and sharing the careers of women in digital, and empower people and companies through their industry-leading annual awards program, the Women in Digital Awards.

    If you are interested in learning more about Women in Digital, head to their website

  • Digital Service Providers Australia and New Zealand
    Supporting Partner
    Digital Service Providers Australia and New Zealand

    DSPANZ is a non-profit industry association representing the world-class business software sector in Australia and New Zealand.

    We have a proven track record of helping government agencies consult and work with the business software industry on major policies and projects requiring technology-led solutions and change to business-to-business or government processes.

    Our mission is to help grow the dynamic, world-class business software sector in Australia and New Zealand by:

    • Sharing knowledge, expertise and industry updates;

    • Building strong networks in Australia and New Zealand;

    • Connecting government and industry to solve challenges together;

    • Engaging with government on behalf of members to inform policy outcomes;

    • Enabling consultation for members on B2G and B2B initiatives.


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  • Women in STEMM Australia
    Supporting Partner
    Women in STEMM Australia

    Founded in 2014, Women in STEMM Australia is a non-profit organisation that has grown into a nationally recognised association for women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM). Our purpose is to connect, empower and advocate for STEMM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics, medicine) women and girls to have equality in the Australian workplace.

    Our diverse and inclusive network includes over 40,000 STEMM professionals in academia, industry, education, business and government. This includes all women in STEMM (and those who enable STEMM) regardless of their discipline and profession. We raise the profile of women in STEMM, provide role models by increasing the visibility of women in STEMM, expand their professional network, and advocate on their behalf at various levels.

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