CeBIT Australia provides a variety of networking opportunities. The 2016 event saw the launch of two new initiatives, CeBIT BLACK, an invite only charity function targeting CXOs from large enterprise organisations & government and the CeBIT & International Cycling Executives Breakfast with the Bunch. Both of these events will attract very senior levels of attendee, such as CIOs, CMOs, CEOs and Heads of Digital from the leading organisations within Australia.
CeBIT BLACK VIP Evening
Bringing together the CXOs & Digital Leaders of Australia’s Leading Enterprise & Government Organisations.
Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf | Tuesday 23 May 2017.
Attendees: Large Enterprise & Government – Senior Technology Staff & Leadership Team
Dress: Smart Business Attire
Official Charity Partner: The Smith Family
CeBIT Australia has been Asia Pacific’s largest and longest running business technology event for fifteen years and has delivered inspirational and informative business intelligence to nearly half a million attendees.
We recognise, however, that the requirements of the elite of Australian business and the enterprise & government level technology suppliers that they engage, require a distinct event to cater for their requirements.
This has led to the creation of CeBIT BLACK, held for the first time in 2016, a unique engagement opportunity for tier one enterprise technology leaders and a limited number of enterprise level technology providers.
The evening will feature a look forward at the next ten years of business through the eyes of renowned business futurist Morris Miselowski. Nick Aronson, Managing Director, Institutional Banking & Markets, Commonwealth Bank will also be presenting. The evening will also feature entertainment, networking and will raise funds for The Smith Family. The evening’s M.C. is Adam Spencer.
Attendees at the 2016 event included AGL, American Express, AMP, ANZ Banking Group, Australian Red Cross, Barangaroo Delivery Authority, Bauer Media, BOQ, Bupa, Caltex, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Department of Defence, Deutsche Bank, Fox Sports, IAG, JP Morgan, Knight Frank, Microsoft, Network Ten, News Ltd, NSW Government Departments, OFX, Optus, PwC, Qantas, Sky News, Telstra, The Iconic, Veolia, Water NSW, Westpac, William Hill, Woolworths and many more. Job titles include, CIO, CTO, CEO, CMO, CISO and Heads of Digital, Mobility, Strategy, Innovation among others.
If you fit the attendee profile, please contact us to apply for attendance.
We are thrilled to partner with The Smith Family again for CeBIT Black 2017.
The Smith Family is Australia’s leading children’s education charity helping disadvantaged young Australians to succeed at school, so they can create better futures for themselves. At CeBIT Black a silent auction will take place with all the funds raised going to The Smith Family to help support the education of children in need through:
• Sponsorship of a student through their tertiary studies, to provide them with essential financial, mentoring and emotional support to continue on their pathway towards their chosen career.
• Support for The Smith Family’s Tech Packs program, which provides disadvantaged students and families with access to internet ready devices, skills training, and ongoing support.
Attendees will be supporting disadvantaged young Australians to create a better future for themselves.
Vendors: Sponsorship opportunities exist and this is an incredible opportunity for your organisation to position your brand as a market leader in front of an exclusive and select audience from Australia’s biggest organisations.
For more information contact:
T: +61 2 9282 7554
Exhibition Networking Drinks
On Wednesday 24th May the CeBIT exhibition will remain open till 7.30pm as we welcome all delegates, speakers, exhibitors and their invited guests to attend our Exhibition Networking Drinks. An incredible opportunity to network with leaders from across the business technology industry amidst our fantastic exhibition this is a night to grow your contact book, and catch up with acquaintances old and new.Find out about exhibiting
CeBIT & International Cycling Roundtable Breakfast Series
CeBIT Australia will again be partnering with the International Cycling Executives (ICE) to host a unique networking and learning environment for members of the C-Suite business community who have a shared passion for riding a bike.
With the event moving back into the City in 2017 the format for our partnership with ICE has evolved. This year CeBIT will host three separate ‘invite only’ rides in the build up to the event. Each ride will conclude with an in-depth roundtable discussion over breakfast. C-level executives from many of Australia’s most important businesses will benefit from this unique environment to relax, share, benchmark and learn from their peers. Limited to just 16 riders the participants on each ride will get a unique chance to form lasting, meaningful and productive business relationships.
What is ICE?
International Cycling Executives (ICE) is based in 7 cities, have 1000 members, host 50+ events each year and have created $5bn in known value through the relationships that have been formed through its membership.
As a private group, access to ICE is currently complimentary, strictly by application or invitation with member or corporate partner referral preferred. ICE members champion and adhere to strict Member Standards & Conditions and are recognised as senior business leaders within their fields. Styles of wheels aren’t a factor, passion for cycling is. Existing members include CEOs, CXOs, Executive Directors, Board Members and senior executives typically representing publically listed organisations. To apply to join ICE please complete this form.
Membership eligibility & continuity is determined by the following criteria:
- Senior leadership/influence reflective of a C-Suite role or equivalent
- ‘Tell not sell’ ethos with commitment to long term relationships
- Commitment to positively enhancing the reputations of ICE & Cycling
This is a unique event bringing together the World’s biggest business cycling community to Australasia’s largest and longest running business technology event.
More details on 2017 to follow.