TYSONS CORNER , VA (April 28, 2017) – Aptify is pleased to announce the sponsorship of the upcoming Australasian Society of Association Executives Conference & Exhibition: ACE 2017, being held in Sydney on 11–12 May 2017.
Australia’s pinnacle association event provides association and not-for-profit sector professionals the opportunity to learn, engage, and network with industry leaders and peers. Aptify will be sponsoring both Stream B of the conference as well as the premier Learning Zone stream held in the Exhibition Hall.
Held for the first time, the Learning Zone will host five speakers over two days on the topic of Innovation in a Bring Your Own Device World. Speaker highlights include Graham Catt of the Australian Veterinary Association and Susanna Richardson from the Victorian Hospitals Industrial Association.
Keynote speakers Liana Downey, Kitty Chiller, Naomi Simson, and Craig Davis, will join more than 25 other conference speakers.
To learn more about ACE2017 and to register, visit the conference website.
About The Australasian Society of Association Executives (AuSAE)
The Australasian Society of Association Executives (AuSAE) is the leading association for current and future association and not-for-profit (NFP) leaders in Australia and New Zealand.
As a not-for-profit organisation, AuSAE has a unique understanding of the opportunities and challenges association professionals face and we utilise the knowledge to strengthen the wider industry.
Founded in 1993, Aptify pairs flexible membership management software with a complete suite of strategic and professional services, making it the go-to technology partner for member-based organizations. Aptify’s products and services are centered around providing expert solutions to enterprise-level, member-based organizations, giving them what they need—in whatever format they need it—to help them make better decisions. With offices in Tysons Corner, Va.; Chicago, Il.; New Orleans, La.; Sydney, Australia; Dublin, Ireland; and Pune, India, Aptify supports the missions of organizations worldwide.