AIME Knowledge 2014 to feature world-class speakers

THE Biggest Loser’s Michelle Bridges and Forbes columnist Margie Warrell will be among the star-studded line-up for AIME Knowledge 2014, taking place on February 18 and 19 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The event, part of the annual tradeshow Asia-Pacific Incentives & Meetings Expo, aims to provide both personal and professional development for attendees and promises a varied programme covering creativity, mindfulness, interpersonal relations, innovation, events trends and business travel.

AIME Knowledge 2014 also encompasses the fifth annual Saxton Ultimate Event Experience, which will showcase 12 presenters in the space of 2.5 hours on February 19. Highlights include ARIA award-winning vocal group, The Ides of North, and musician Darren Percival, best known for his soul-stirring performances on the first season of The Voice Australia.

“This year we’ve created a comprehensive programme that we expect will appeal to the varied audience that comes to AIME,” said Jacqui Timmins, exhibition director at AIME and China Incentive, Business Travel & Meetings Exhibition.

“We utilised research and feedback gathered from previous years to build the programme for 2014. AIME Knowledge is such an important component of the event and it’s crucial that we deliver value to our attendees by motivating them and providing them with the tools they need for success.”

“We believe the speakers presenting this year will truly resonate with our audience and provide hands on, practical advice on how to develop their skills.”

Other speakers featured at AIME Knowledge 2014 include Adam Fraser, one of Australia’s leading educators, researchers and thought leaders in the area of human performance, who will teach the audience how to tap into their high performance by identifying triggers and practical techniques; and Debbie Mayo-Smith, one of the world’s leading business productivity experts, who will impart easy, clever tricks to improve business success and free up time with everyday technology tools.

Tickets are priced at A$55 (US$49) for AIME visitors, with free visitor pre-registration now available via the AIME website. An All Access Pass that provides access to all sessions is also available for A$175.

Exhibitors are welcome to the education sessions by purchasing an Exhibitor Company Pass for A$175.

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