Conference Updates

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NCEIF now 1 and 2 June 2022

We know how important connection is to each and everyone of us and that’s why we have made the call to delay the conference until 1 and 2 June 2022. We want to ensure everyone is safe and can travel with confidence, so have decided to wait just a few more months until we meet.

To our valued sponsors, speakers, supporting partners and attendees, it is with an audible sigh that we announce we have postponed NCEIF, again. We have listened to our wonderful community and we will not put our conference online. We know how important connection is to each and everyone of us and that’s why we have made the call to delay the conference until 1 and 2 June 2022. We want to ensure everyone is safe and can travel with confidence, so have decided to wait just a few more months until we meet.

We want to deliver you our signature bespoke event, specifically targeted to our community with all the surprises, deluxe catering and special entertainment that our event is known for. We just won’t be able to deliver the conference to these standards online and our community has loudly said that they would prefer to delay and hold it in person.

We will still be offering our full COVID refund policy to attendees and hope that we get to see you all in Brisbane in June.

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