As you know our next Australian VA Conference (AVAC) will be held in Melbourne, Australia on Friday 18 and Saturday 19 March 2011. This conference is open to all VAs from any country.
It’s not too late to get involved!
We are excited to be putting on a conference for VAs by VAs and we promise you that the lineup will include names well known to many as well as the Virtual Assistant industry. Speakers such as Melinda Brennan SuperWahm, Judith Field Direct Speech, Michael Licenblat Bounceback Fast, Paul McCarthy Business Support Network and Cris Popp Laughter Works just to name a few. And our wonderful MC from last event, Warwick Merry, will be returning for the whole event in 2011.
Other speakers will touch on a variety of topics that relate to looking after ourselves, our health and welfare, social networking and media tools, how to market our businesses, gaining more clients, selling our services or products online and so on. Something for everyone, whether you’re an experienced VA or just starting out.
Plus you get to meet face-to-face many names you will know from the VA forums, probably for the first time in many cases.
Make sure you visit our website to see all our sponsors and check the program for the event.
Tickets are $299 (inc GST) and include a choice of sessions, morning and afternoon refreshments, a networking lunch and the chance to mingle with sponsors and speakers. There will also be a separate Friday night event for those who would like to come along and enjoy the nightlife of the City of Melbourne.
If you would like to make contact with us, provide suggestions, become a sponsor or want more information, please fill out the contact form at our site and either Kathie or Anita will get back to you very soon.
The links below will give you more information.
We love our sponsors as they help ensure we keep our registration costs low so you can attend our event. (located on the right hand side)
Put the dates of 18 and 19 March 2011 in your diary now and plan to come to this fantastic event for the Virtual Assistant industry.
Coordinators for AVAC are Kathie M. Thomas from “A Clayton’s Secretary” and Anita Kilkenny from AKA Virtual PA, supported by 4 other committee members: Charly Leetham, Sally McIntyre, Marree Carroll and Karen Nankervis.
If you know a Virtual Assistant who might not be on this list, please forward this email to them to help spread the word about the conference so they can subscribe here.