As you are most likely aware, the 5th annual Australian VA Conference is being held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre on 14-15 March 2014. The venue details have been finalised, and we have many speaker submissions to go through, to finalise the program outline for the event.

So, what does this mean to you? The bookings are open, that’s what!  And you can register here.  We are still working out accommodation details and will have that for you soon, but in the meantime, encourage you to book your flights now and lock the dates into your diary!

If you were at the event 2 years ago one of the things we talked about were non-negotiables, and our own personal and professional development should be at the top of that list (under family needs that is 🙂 ).  AVAC provides you with the wonderful opportunity to develop professionally and personally, while mixing and mingling with your peers, often meeting some of them face-to-face for the first time.

Here are some comments from this year’s event:

The information, advice and networking has been amazing.  As a new VA business owner I have gained and learned so much that I know will only benefit my business.
Liz James

The topics were extremely relevant to virtual assistants. 90% of the sessions provided ‘how to’ information, strategy and structure. It was wonderful connecting both on a social and professional level to wonderful people and educators in the VA industry.  Thank you. (now it’s time for action!)
Julie Lovric

Small investment (time and money really!) in myself and business, but so much information and the opportunity to meet new and established VAs. So much value.
Michelle Nichols

As always, an outstanding conference filled with amazing speakers who have inspired and motivated me on various levels. Congrats to everyone related to AVAC and AVAA.
Hazel Theocharous

Why don’t you plan to be there March 2014 so you can reap the benefits too?

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