A series of intimate interviews with inspiring personalities from around the globe, produced by Saxton Speakers Bureau will be a highlight of the Asia-Pacific Incentives & Meetings Expo (AIME), 23 – 24 February 2016, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The Saxton Up Close and Personal sessions will provide visitors with in-depth knowledge and first-hand accounts of international business, the meaning of courage, entrepreneurship and technology, connectivity in the world, small business innovation and the high performance team.
Nanette Moulton, Director, Saxton Speakers Bureau said that the line-up of speakers has been thoughtfully curated to deliver an engaging program. “Set to inspire and delight, these sessions are a unique way for the business events community to get up close and personal with renowned international speakers on topics that really matter.
“We are delighted to showcase the talents of Richard Gerver, who is coming from the UK. His transformative approach to leading change and innovation will offer unique insights for the business events community.
“Plus, Australia’s embodiment of inspiration, Turia Pitt, will share her incredible story of drive, determination and persistence after receiving burns to 65% of her body in 2011 and recovering from more than 200 operations. Her ‘never give up’ motto will inspire change in every visitor,” said Ms Moulton.
Ian Wainwright, Event Director – AIME, Reed Travel Exhibitions is delighted to partner with Saxton to share these incredible stories that will engage, motivate and inspire visitors to AIME 2016. “The AIME Knowledge Program centres on seven key themes, including Inspiration from Outside; Saxton speakers all come from outside the business events industry and will share challenges, motivations and successes from a variety of personal and professional scenarios.
“We are proud to partner with Saxton to host this exciting line-up of speakers. It is also a great opportunity for those in the business events industry who regularly seek new and inspiring talent for events of all shapes and sizes,” concluded Mr Wainwright.