The Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference returns from the 21st-22nd of March 2017 with a strong emphasis on the future of Victorian development. The 9th annual event will take to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre with this year’s banner, “Looking Ahead Towards Victoria’s Transport Priorities”.
A monumental expo in regards to the future of Victorian transport infrastructure, the VTIC 2017 has operated as a public forum for more than 200 delegates to approach government officials and have a voice in the future of the state. The conference is equally important in educating visitors about the priorities and direction of the state’s infrastructure, and how it will generate social and economic outcomes uniformly across Victoria.
Creating awareness of important projects and receiving infrastructure ideas from industry thinkers allows the Victorian Government to review its projects and priorities. This year’s event will review projects like the Metro Tunnel Project and the Western Distributor Project while looking forward to Victoria’s 30-year Strategy.
With the conference focus shifting to collaboration, there is a massive opportunity for industry figures to create important contacts with industry stakeholders and other infrastructure professionals. The VCIT gives stakeholders an avenue to interact and discuss the $10.4 billion allocated by the Victorian Government to public infrastructure projects.
The Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference is the perfect platform for exposing relative businesses to 200+ dedicated infrastructure stakeholders and delegates. Sponsoring the event offers 7 hours of conference networking and a great opportunity to generate new sales leads and connections in an industry that is notoriously quiet.
The Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference has statistics on their website from past events that may help potential sponsors arrive at a final decision.
To attend the VTIC in 2017 prospective visitors will have to fill out an expression of interest form, which can be found on the Conference’s registration web page.
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