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2018 Australian Industry Summits - June 27 Canberra

The first Australian Travel to Learn and School Bus Summit was held at the National Convention Centre in Canberra on June 27 and ran parallel with the 2nd National Coach Connections Summit (which followed on from the Summit held in Adelaide in 2017).

Both Summits attracted 213 delegates from a broad spectrum of Industry including operators, suppliers and manufacturers, various agencies/bureaucrats. The largest representation by region was from Victoria, Queensland, New South Wales, followed closely by the ACT and New Zealand. The percentage of representation by type of delegate was:

The programs for both Summits was diverse and well received by delegates. The final program can be downloaded here.

Presentations for both Summits can be found at Travel to Learn Summit Presentations and Coach Connections Summit Presentations.

These Summits were made possible with the support of BIC Members -  IVECO Bus, Scania Australia, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo Bus Australia.

The Bus Industry Confederation and the Bus Australia Network thank all speakers, panellists and delegates for contributing to a great day of knowledge sharing.

The National Bus & Coach Industry dinner was held after the Summits and was well attended by various Members and Senators of Federal Parliament. Key note addresses were heard from:

Event Gallery

Michael Apps, Bus Industry Confederation | Anna Campbell, Red Meat Council | Alistair Coe, ACT Leader of the Opposition | Isuru Neelagama, National Heavy Vehicle Regulator | Stuart Woodward, Volvo Bus Australia
Ausilia Woodhead, Office of Alistair Coe | Alessandro Oliveira, DACS Project ManagementDelaney Myers, Ministry of Education (NZ) | Callum David, Tranzit Group | James Snelgrove, Tranzit Group
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