The Principals Conference, a biennial event traditionally held in late February early March, brings together brings together more than 1,300 Queensland state school principals and senior state education leaders to discuss and plan the future of state schooling in Queensland.
The 2019 conference will enable extensive networking between principals, regional directors, education stakeholders and conference partners over a two-day period.
The conference typically features keynote and guest speakers ranging from academics to media personalities and includes plenary sessions and group discussions, as well as a networking function for delegates.
Considered a major event on the Queensland education calendar, the conference attracts the support of the Premier of Queensland, the Minister for Education and the Director-General, Department of Education and Training.
Does your organisation count school principals, regional directors and other key education stakeholders as valuable clients? If so, you won't want to miss the opportunity to showcase your organisation over this two-day conference.
There are many sponsorship and exhibitor options to choose from to support your business objectives and to suit your budget. Whether you want to demonstrate your product offering at the conference trade exhibition, network with senior education officers or distribute your organisation's promotional material in conference bags, this conference provides these opportunities and more.
Examples of the types of benefits available to you as a conference sponsor or exhibitor include:
The Sponsorship and Exhibition Prospectus for the 2019 Principals' Conference will be available on this page from July 2018. The prospectus will contain important information about the conference including key dates, venue details, sponsorship and exhibitor package prices and an expression of interest form. To go on the mailing list for the 2019 prospectus, register your interest now by emailing Peter Thurgood, Community Engagement and Partnerships at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (07) 3328 6661.
This page was last reviewed on 11 Jan 2018