Sydney’s HIRE23 set to be biggest show in HRIA history
HIRE23 returns to Sydney later this month after a six-year absence.
HRIA Marketing Manager, Sally Cannon says it’s a great opportunity to relax, network with peers and learn more about the latest products and technology on offer.
With over 1,000 delegates pre-registered, 30 event sponsors and partners, and 106 exhibitors showcasing the latest in hire and rental machinery, it’s set to be the biggest HRIA convention in 55 years.
“There’s a packed program of keynote speakers, leadership motivation, strategic business advice and memorable entertainment,” says Sally. “Workshops include business growth essentials, retaining talent in a competitive market and the future of hire. There’s also presentations from our key HRIA partners.”
This year, the convention also welcomes three incredible speakers. Layne Beachley is one of the most successful female surfers in history. She’s the only surfer to claim six consecutive world titles and is a champion for mental health. Saroo Brierly will share his remarkable story of survival and sheer determination to find his family in India. Qantas Captain Richard de Crespigny put all his knowledge, training and experience into practice when an engine exploded on a flight from Singapore to Sydney.
HIRE23 concludes with a celebration of outstanding companies and individuals within the hire industry at the annual Hire Industry Excellence Awards and Gala dinner. But, with the popularity of this year’s gala dinner exceeded expectations, the event is now at capacity.
HIRE23 runs from 24-25 May at the Dome, Sydney Showgrounds. To register, visit www.hire23.com.au.