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Our 14th Annual Australasian Shared Services & Outsourcing Week is coming to Melbourne! From 11th to 14th April 2011, over 450 shared services and sourcing professionals will come together under one roof to share ideas, best practices and lessons learnt to shape the future of the industry in ANZ.
We’ve listened to your feedback and have built and developed this event to cater to your most current needs and the real challenges your organisation faces. Whether you’re in the early stages of your shared services and outsourcing initiatives or a mature SSO, looking for the additional value add, this programme covers the whole landscape.
The Australasian market is waking up to the true value of Shared Services and refined business processes.
So don’t get left behind – Shared Services is no longer just about the short-term bottom line!
Just some of the new features in 2011:
More time to shine!
Taking into account the feedback from 2010’s delegates, and the growth of 2011’s Shared Services & Outsourcing Week from 350 to over 450 attendees, we have spread the main agenda over three days. This means more time to learn, question, digest, network, and socialise with your peers.
Its not what you know, its who!
Speed Networking Sessions – Tried and tested at our sister events around the world, built in before morning coffee, these 25 minute sessions give you an extra chance to build new and lasting business relationships – and new friendships for the evening activities… make sure you bring plenty of business cards!
6 is the new 8!
We’ve heard there were a few “G’s” too many in “G8” – so we’ve reduced the group to 6. G6 Visionaries is now the new, improved G8. All of the fire, inspiration and brilliant insight – less of the noise. Learn more here
Tailored to you needs!
We recognise that you have a myriad of issues and interests so this year we have more variety to choose from enabling you to tailor your experience and solve your specific issues.