What is AVAC about?
The Australian Virtual Assistants Conference (AVAC) is the premier conference for Virtual Assistants in Australia and is now in its 9th year.
The very nature of the virtual assistant industry means that we, as VAs do not always get the chance to network, socialise and learn from our counterparts in the industry. We often network with business as potential clients and in the development of working relationships, but need to take some time to learn and develop our skills with our peers as well.
AVAC gives virtual assistants the opportunity to congregate in person with their peers, meet new VAs, network and socialise with familiar VAs and learn and grow, all in this awesome two day event. So, get inspired by a range of speakers well-known in their industries, relevant to our industry and learn some new skills to take back to your business.
To attend the Australian VA Conference click to register
Bookings will be open soon for #avac2018
Our 2018 AVAC Conference
Speakers for 2018 are now closed
AVAC 2018 Program
AVAC is being held Friday 16th to Saturday 17th March 2018. A detailed program will be provided soon.
Once again, I have walked away feeling refreshed and ready to implement a heap of ideas into my business. I love being able to connect with VAs that I only get to communicate with “online” You can’t beat having that face to face interation over these two valuable days. Thanks again for organising & looking after us!!Monica Spiteri
Latest AVAC News
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