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Links, Bridges & Partnerships Conference – Advert

Monday, 24th April 2006 at 1:04 pm
Staff Reporter
Book Now! Links, Bridges and Partnerships is the essential 2006 interactive conference for managers in the Not for Profit sector.

Monday, 24th April 2006
at 1:04 pm
Staff Reporter



Links, Bridges & Partnerships Conference – Advert
Monday, 24th April 2006 at 1:04 pm

Book Now! Links, Bridges and Partnerships is the essential 2006 interactive conference for managers in the Not for Profit sector.

The conference facilitates valuable links between your association, government, business and philanthropy. As an association leader, you will be able to meet with peers, international association innovators and leading businesses servicing the association sector.

Links, Bridges and Partnerships is held over two days at the Hyatt Regency Adelaide on Wednesday the 3rd and Thursday the 4th of May 2006.

The conference will offer a range of Australian experts with access to international speakers from the USA, UK, Canada and South Africa. Importantly, delegates will have the opportunity to spend time in interactive workshops which showcase innovative ways for government, business, philanthropy and associations to work together.

Topics will cover the Law, association IT trends worldwide, community development, strategic imperatives and global perspectives on association partnering.

The Australian speakers include former ACT Chief Minister Kate Carnell AO, Peter Quarmby, Joint CEO Community Sector Banking (Bendigo Bank), Ian Yates AO, Joint CEO COTA SA and Elizabeth Cham, Former CEO Philanthropy Australia.

Links, Bridges and Partnerships National Conference is hosted by AuSAE – the Australian Society of Association Executives, a national, sector driven, Not for Profit organisation promoting excellence in association leadership.

The Conference Network Dinner takes place on Wednesday 3rd May. The dinner is a three course meal and beverage package at $85 per person.

A limited number of Session Passes are available, giving those South Australian organisations the opportunity to meet other AuSAE Members and see a guest speakers session. If you have colleagues who could benefit from a complimentary session, please contact the AuSAE National Office on 1800 4 AUSAE (28723).

Special Conference Only Offer – from People Telecom an AuSAE Corporate Partner: People Telecom are proud to be one of the newest Corporate Partners of
AuSAE. We partner only with the best to deliver communications solutions for the lowest possible cost.

If you sign up with People Telecom at the conference and can say yes to three questions, your registration is virtually free.

Do you spend more than $900 per month on your telecommunications account?
Can you bring copies of your three most recent phone bills?
Can you switch to People Telecom before 2nd June 2006?

If you said yes to each of the questions above then People Telecom GUARANTEE* that you will save $500 over the next 6 months — if you don’t, we’ll make up the difference!

* Terms & Conditions: 1. Customer must bring accounts to AuSAE Conference and have them deemed eligible by a People Telecom Consultant. 2. In order to receive credit the customer must prove to People Telecom that savings were not delivered.

Limited delegate places are still available, and eligible Pro Bono Australia readers can register at the AuSAE member rate. For more information on conference offers or to register please call 1800 4 AUSAE (28723), email: or online at

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