Indigenous Conference Services offers a ground-breaking dual opportunity to attend two conferences with one registration

Top Quote Indigenous Conference Services is proud to simultaneously host two great events in Cairns namely International Indigenous Health Conference and International Indigenous Allied Health Conference on the 1st - 3rd of December 2016 at Pullman Cairns International Hotel, Cairns Queensland Australia. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) February 16, 2016 - Following the successful staging of the 2015 Indigenous Health Conference in Cairns, one of the notion put forward by Indigenous community groups was that we allow delegates to attend some or part of the 2016 International Indigenous Health Conference as well as some keynote sessions of the International Indigenous Allied Health Conference. This is a definitely unique concept with merits as 2016 will see five global conferences held in Australia with Cairns being the host city for both the International Indigenous Allied Health Conference and the International Indigenous Health: Closing the Gap Conference.

    Mr. Thomas Callaghan, CEO of Indigenous Conference Services says, "This is the biggest logistical exercise we've undertaken. Not only are we conducting two international conferences in the same location at the same time, we have to come up with a plan that allows delegates to interact and participate in two conferences. The logistics behind an event such as this is absolutely mind blowing. However, we are acutely aware of limited funds in most organisation's budget; hence, this year's Indigenous health conferences enables us to offer a double opportunity to our delegates to attend and participate in their chosen keynotes or workshops sessions of the adjacent conference. We will need to be on the top of our game as well as be ready for any hiccups that may occur. Conferences tend to be problematic especially with today's technology which allows us to try such a groundbreaking exercise but we also know that technology bring its own headaches. We will have to train specialised staff in the area of conferencing in technology. All these positions will be filled by Indigenous people."

    Furthermore with over forty international First Nations speakers between the two conferences, employers of staff who attend the conference will certainly get value for their money as by registering, attendees are allowed to attend two conferences at the same time, whilst only having the expense of one event. Similarly, if you are an exhibitor at either of the two conferences, this will enable you to reach twice the audience for twice the impact, whilst only having the cost of one booth. It also gives an added savings on travel and accommodation, and allowing the participants a greater variety of choice of sessions and topics and even larger networking opportunities.

    Again, these deadly conferences have attracted high quality international First Nations' speakers from North and South Americas, New Zealand, Canada and Scandinavia as well as we've received abstract submissions both from every states and territories in Australia. Registration numbers are filling fast; therefore, we wish to extend a formal invitation to you and your organisation to take part in this extraordinary chance to participate and build network outside your respective communities, share information and thought provoking, open and frank discussions in a culturally safe environment that people from all walks of life can participate. To register, please visit the conference website

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