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Powerhouse of speakers at the NSW Government Summit

The annual AIIA NSW Navigating Digital Government Summit (May 11, 2018) focuses on emerging technologies that are on the digital horizon, such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality, virtual reality, gamification, deep learning and quantum computing.

Government summits where thought leaders gather to create change is where our team love to be.  We have helped shape the agenda with Dr Ian Oppermann, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Data Scientist | Data Analytics Centre, who also hosts a panel with guests from Industry, Academia and Government to discuss the theme, ‘Digital from the Outside’.

Best Case Scenario director Luli Adeyemo worked with Ian Oppermann in structuring the program for the AIIA NSW Navigating Digital Government Summit. Their aim was to invite speakers and focus on topics that would result in AIIA members and summit delegates having fruitful conversations around how emerging technologies may shape Government thinking, policy and service delivery approaches.  The event has attracted an audience of 100+ Executives from the ICT Sector, Government Departments and Agencies.

As program director Luli works with the The AIIA NSW Government Special Interest Group (SIG) a key group for:

  • Professional Networking
  • Sharing of business intelligence
  • Policy innovation
  • Engagement with NSW Government DFSI and agencies
  • Innovation and market development

The team at Best Case Scenario also manages the engagement of high profile speakers, by briefing all speakers on content and attendance.  These speakers include Government representatives and thought leaders.

Damon Rees
Chief Executive Officer,  Service NSW

Linda Spencer
NSW Government State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA)

Charles Salinas
Procurement Advisor, NSW Department of Finance Services and Innovation

Hilary Cinis
User Experience Design Group Leader, Data61 CSIRO

Marilyn Chilvers
Executive Director, Data Analytics Centre, NSW Treasury & NSW Dept of Family and Community Services

Ben Gales
Executive Director, Economic Strategy | NSW Treasury

Nazia Ahmed
Director | The Social Outcomes Lab (ex-Director Economic Analysis and Modelling, FACS)

Luli’s event team were also heavily involved in the marketing, planning and execution of the summit, including:

  • Sponsor recruitment
  • Venue source and scope
  • Coordinate food and beverage requirements
  • Manage audio visual requirements
  • Budget preparation and management
  • Manage sponsor participation and expectations
  • Identify and communicate marketing opportunities to sponsors
  • Manage all registration requirements including onsite registration, name badge preparation and distribution, detailed registration reports
  • Manage post-event analysis and reporting
  • Execute delegate feedback survey, analyse and present results
Case Study Government

National healthcare goes digital

Global Digital Health Summit - Best Case Scenario Event Management

The Brief

Best Case Scenario proudly partnered with Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) on their engagement campaign.

Our role was to use our vast event planning experience and skill to put in place key processes and infrastructure to ensure the efficient roll out of events associated with this campaign.

The Solution

Multiple events, multiple teams, multiple stakeholders all requiring regular updates, in real time. We developed a bespoke online planning interface for all teams to view the status of: delegate numbers, speaker pipeline & progress, theme and content development status, marketing drop schedule, upcoming deadlines and much more.

It’s a complex network of stakeholders, who now have a streamlined reporting process that prevents loss of information or oversight of critical activities related to their engagement campaign. Our involvement is continuous and we are delighted to be part of such as worthy project.

The Results

  • Developed a bespoke online planning interface
  • Achieved a streamline reporting process among a complex network of stakeholders
bcs client Australian Government - Digital Health Agency logo
The Client

The Australian Digital Health Agency was established in July 2016 by the Australian Government to help improve health outcomes for Australians through the delivery of digital health services and systems.

Also known as simply Digital Health, is the Australian Government statutory agency responsible for My Health Record, Australia’s digital prescriptions and health referral system, and other ‘eHealth’ programs under the national digital health strategy.