For the first time since 2018, the national construction materials industry will come together once again for CMIC23 in Brisbane, between the 15-17 March 2023.
Hosted jointly between the Cement Concrete and Aggregates Australia (CCAA) and the Institute of Quarrying (IQA), the three day conference program is based around the topic of “Adapting to a New Environment” and is slated to include speakers, signature events and exhibition and an innovation showcase.
The event is set to be attended by more than 600 industry leaders across Australia and is a must to attend for those invested in the quarrying, aggregates and construction materials industry.
As the industry continues to shift, change and be presented with challenges, it is critical for leaders and professionals in the construction materials sector to have a deep understanding of this new operating environment to be able to properly navigate and understand these changes, and provide the necessary leadership to manage and drive change, to prepare for the future, and to adapt and thrive.
Exploring key changes, the conference has a focus on;
- What are the key changes impacting the sector?
- How does the industry present itself and its products?
- How do leaders and professionals in the industry exercise leadership with their workforce and customers?
- How can we lead the change, and not just be responsive to it?
A limited number of partnership and exhibition spaces are still available, early bird registrations close 16 December 2022 and expressions of interest are currently open.
For more information, visit the CMIC23 website.