2018 Queensland ICT Awards

6:30 pm

10th
October

Join us at the most powerful networking event for the ICT industry in Queensland: Wednesday 10th October at the Hilton Hotel commencing 6.30pm.

  • The presentation of the Queensland Pearcey Entrepreneur Award and;
  • Recognition of the state winners of the national awards for ACS, AIIA, AIPM, AISA, APSco, ICSC, ITSMF, ISACA, SIBA GITA and WiT.

These are the leaders of ICT innovation in the state – drivers of change in government, in business and society. People you really want to know… and applaud.

The Queensland Minister has been invited to give the opening address. Our host will be John Grant, Pearcey Medallist 2010.

Cost is $175 per person for a three-course meal, wine, beer and soft drinks. Group bookings available. To register go to https://aea.currinda.com/register/event/1409 . RSVP by Thursday 4 October. For more details phone Debra Krause, Anagram Events Australia, 07 3389 3525, admin@anagramevents.com.au  Another top night. Great for networking.

Pearcey Foundation

This year’s Pearcey candidates include Yvette Adams, Josh Cameron, Emily de la Pena, Joe Hoolahan, Peter Laurie, Mandy Ross, Jarryd Townson, Victor Vicario and Paul Woods.

They typify all the things we are proud of as Queenslanders working in the ICT industry. Innovative and pioneering achievement, major contributions to the development of the local industry. Magnificent role models early in their careers.

Past winners have included David Barbagallo, Jenine Beekhuyzen, Aaron Birkby, Paul Gampe, Janine Garrett, Wayne Gerard, Neil Glentworth, Tammy Halter, Brett Hooker, Andrew Jessett, Raeleen Kaesehagen, Kon Kakanis, Adrian di Marco, Bevan Slattery and Peter Ward.

The Pearcey Foundation also awards the Pearcey Medal, a national award aimed at providing recognition to an individual who has demonstrated distinguished lifetime achievement and contribution to the development and growth of the IT professions, research and industry.

Pearcey medallists have included Steve Baxter in 2016 plus Professor Bill Caelli, David Merson, John Grant, Professor John O’Callaghan, Lyndsey Cattermole, Mal Bryce AO, Mary O’Kane AC Roger Allen, Tony Benson and Trevor Robinson A.M – hence five Queenslanders. See www.pearcey.org.au/

$175 per person

Hilton Brisbane, Elizabeth Street, Brisbane Queensland, Austrália

Join us at the most powerful networking event for the ICT industry in Queensland: Wednesday 10th October at the Hilton Hotel commencing 6.30pm.

  • The presentation of the Queensland Pearcey Entrepreneur Award and;
  • Recognition of the state winners of the national awards for ACS, AIIA, AIPM, AISA, APSco, ICSC, ITSMF, ISACA, SIBA GITA and WiT.

These are the leaders of ICT innovation in the state – drivers of change in government, in business and society. People you really want to know… and applaud.

The Queensland Minister has been invited to give the opening address. Our host will be John Grant, Pearcey Medallist 2010.

Cost is $175 per person for a three-course meal, wine, beer and soft drinks. Group bookings available. To register go to https://aea.currinda.com/register/event/1409 . RSVP by Thursday 4 October. For more details phone Debra Krause, Anagram Events Australia, 07 3389 3525, admin@anagramevents.com.au  Another top night. Great for networking.

Pearcey Foundation

This year’s Pearcey candidates include Yvette Adams, Josh Cameron, Emily de la Pena, Joe Hoolahan, Peter Laurie, Mandy Ross, Jarryd Townson, Victor Vicario and Paul Woods.

They typify all the things we are proud of as Queenslanders working in the ICT industry. Innovative and pioneering achievement, major contributions to the development of the local industry. Magnificent role models early in their careers.

Past winners have included David Barbagallo, Jenine Beekhuyzen, Aaron Birkby, Paul Gampe, Janine Garrett, Wayne Gerard, Neil Glentworth, Tammy Halter, Brett Hooker, Andrew Jessett, Raeleen Kaesehagen, Kon Kakanis, Adrian di Marco, Bevan Slattery and Peter Ward.

The Pearcey Foundation also awards the Pearcey Medal, a national award aimed at providing recognition to an individual who has demonstrated distinguished lifetime achievement and contribution to the development and growth of the IT professions, research and industry.

Pearcey medallists have included Steve Baxter in 2016 plus Professor Bill Caelli, David Merson, John Grant, Professor John O’Callaghan, Lyndsey Cattermole, Mal Bryce AO, Mary O’Kane AC Roger Allen, Tony Benson and Trevor Robinson A.M – hence five Queenslanders. See www.pearcey.org.au/