Delivered in partnership with Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) and Meetings & Events Australia (MEA), the AIME Knowledge Program is a curated mix of keynote and breakout sessions. The three core themes behind this year’s program are Business Innovation, Driving Engagement and Human Connection organised by PCMA, and Fostering Collaboration by MEA.
The Knowledge Program will be hosted by respected Australian broadcast journalist and former news anchor Mimi Kwa. Confirmed speakers for the program include Simon Griffiths and Steve Sammartino. Griffiths is the co-founder and CEO of Who Gives A Crap, a profit-for-purpose toilet paper company that uses 50 percent of its profits to build toilets in the developing world.
Sammartino is Australia’s leading futurist, tech entrepreneur and growth hacker. He is also the host of TV Program The Rebound (featured on the Nine Network, one of Australia’s largest commercial free-to air television networks).
In anticipation of the Knowledge Program, Sammartino said he is most looking forward to sharing his expertise on how to lead and succeed despite the uncertainty of the pandemic. Steve shares, “The past 23 months have led to dramatic shifts in the way organisations operate. In a climate of constant disruptions, effective leaders have to embrace and thrive within uncertainty, possessing the foresight to transform their organisation to capitalise on new business growth.”