The Australian Institute of Project Management is accepting presentation abstract submissions for the 2023 AIPM National Conference to be held at the Gold Coast Convention Centre from 29 – 31 October 2023.
This two-day conference will bring together thought leaders and experts in their field, through a mixture of keynote speeches, panel discussions and interactive workshops to explore the latest trends and best practices for building impact and influence. This year the theme of the conference will be Impact and Influence and will equip project professionals with essential skills and strategies to maximise their impact and influence in the workplace.
The conference will be attended by hundreds of project professionals and will provide opportunities to immerse yourself in the latest research, trends and innovations and network with like-minded professionals.
Please read the following instructions on how to prepare and submit your abstract for the 2023 AIPM National Conference.
* Abstracts submitted in hard copy will not be accepted. Only abstracts submitted via the online portal will be accepted and reviewed.
The expectation is that speakers will present in-person should your submission be accepted into the program.
|Abstract submissions open||24 March 2023|
|Call for abstracts closes||21 May 2023|
|Early bird registration opens||31 May 2023|
|Notification to authors||30 June 2023|
|Early bird registration closes||30 August 2023|
Please submit your proposal under one of the following three categories:
The submissions portal will close at midnight on Sunday 21 May 2023 (AEST).
Authors will be notified from Friday 30 June 2023. All communications about your abstract submission(s) will be sent to the email address in your profile.
All presenters must register and pay to attend the Conference. You will need to register and pay by no later than Sunday 30 July 2023.
Please remember that submitting an abstract does NOT automatically register you as a delegate. Presenters who fail to register by the due date risk having their presentation removed from the program.