Seeking sponsors for the Australian Disaster Resilience Conference

Is your organisation committed to building resilience? Invest in the future by becoming a sponsor of the Australian Disaster Resilience Conference in 2019.

Early bird registrations for the Australian Disaster Resilience Conference are now open. Secure your place now to access our discounted rate.

The conference program is in the final stages of development and will be released online in May.

This year, for the first time, AIDR is opening opportunities to sponsor the Australian Disaster Resilience Conference. This provides an excellent platform for organisations and businesses whose values align with disaster resilience to drive brand awareness and communicate their corporate citizenship.

Sponsorship opportunities largely centre on the tangible benefit of providing scholarships for people from resource-stretched sectors to attend the conference. Sponsors will be supporting passionate members of the disaster resilience community to increase their knowledge and skills, empowering them to make a real impact in their communities.

There is also an exclusive opportunity available to sponsor recycled fair trade conference satchels, made by the social enterprise SEW Inc.  

In 2019, the Australian Disaster Resilience Conference will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, a prestigious location to network with delegates and build relationships with potential supporters and advocates for your brand, from all around Australia.

Sponsors will have access to a range of benefits before, during and after the conference. Browse the Australian Disaster Resilience Conference sponsorship prospectus (PDF 7.61MB) for full details about our sponsorship packages.

The Australian Disaster Resilience Conference is Australia's premier event focused on contemporary disaster resilience practice and research. The event brings together a diverse and passionate crowd from a range of sectors to share knowledge and build connections for a disaster resilient Australia.