As custodians of land farmed in the Clare Valley and Riverland, Byrne Vineyards is family owned and strives to share their legacy by focusing on sustainable practices and vegan friendly wines. Top 10 James Halliday Dark Horse Winery in 2019 and experienced exporters for over 20 years, along with being a Halliday 5-star winery, Byrne Vineyards deliver innovative quality wines with unique market stories and international acclaim.
Available in Australia and exported to over 15 countries, Byrne offers a portfolio of unique and innovative wines for today’s consumer. Market focus wine styles include Vine Dried Shiraz, Double Pass Shiraz, Zibibbo and Field Blends covering brands like Flavabom, Sidney Wilcox, Calcannia, Glamper, Byrne, Thomson Estate, Scotts Creek, Criminal Minds and 100 BATS.
This year's gift packs contain a variety of Calcannia wines from the Clare Valley.
Event Sold Out
Adelaide Connected 6.0 has sold out a month before the event date! We capped seating to 280 to leave enough space for everyone to see the stage, walk around and mingle. You can still register for the waiting list (first come, first serve if seats come available), which will also ensure you will receive the first mailing invite for Adelaide Connected 7.0 next year!
ITSMF DONATES $2000 DOOR PRIZE!
Registered attendees to Adelaide Connected will be entered into a draw for a Complimentary Conference Registration to the 2023 itSMF conference, valued at approximately $2000. The Conference will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre on 15th & 16th March!
The Complimentary Registration covers 2-day access to all conference presentations, keynotes, and exhibition hall, including morning tea and lunch and welcome drinks at the National Wine Centre the day before the conference. The lucky winner will be announced on the Adelaide Connected dinner night.
Access to the Gala Dinner Awards Night at the Adelaide Oval, travel and accommodation costs are not included in the prize. Named Attendee Registration is transferable up to 3rd March 2023, however refunds will not be provided if new attendee has already paid for attendance.
Today we have opened Early Bird Ticketing on Eventbrite for the 6th edition of Adelaide Connected.
Make sure you get in early, not just for the early bird discount, but because previous editions of this event sold out very quickly. Not just because of the exceptional value, engaging keynotes, but also of the many great organisations and sponsor making this event possible!
Organisers: PMI, IIBA, AEA, AIIA, ITSMF, ACS, AIPM, DAMA, Strategy Execution & Leadership, Change Connect, IASP, IMC and IAF. Sponsors: ASG Group (platinum), Paxus, PWC, NEC (Gold), Fragile to Agile, Finite Recruitment, Texture Consulting (Silver), Advance, AWS, 3NA, Avonet (Bronze) and The Playford Hotel.
To avoid a clash with the semi final T20 Cricket the Adelaide Connected Committee has decided to move the Adelaide Connected 6.0 event date one day forward. The new date is therefore Wednesday the 9th of November.
The date change has caused a few programmatic changes, but the venue and speakers are all confirmed and they are great! We will release the topics very soon and then open Eventbrite for bookings! Last year the event sold out all 180 seats in a good week and although we have room to grow to 250+ seats this year, it is highly recommended to grab an early bird ticket while you can!
The Adelaide Connected Committee is excited to announce that The Playford Hotel will be the venue for our next Adelaide Connected dinner event on 10 November 2022. The 5 star Hotel has undergone a multi million dollar renovation and looks amazing! The program and early bird tickets for the event will be released soon, so stay tuned!
The Playford is Australia’s most awarded boutique hotel, located on North Terrace, opposite the Casino and Convention Centre, in the heart of Adelaide’s cultural precinct. The Playford provides a contemporary take on the elegant Art Nouveau era, depicted through its unique South Australian art, decor and bespoke customer service. The Ballroom where Adelaide Connected 6.0 will be held, features chandeliers, floor to ceiling windows and balcony views overlooking beautiful North Terrace.
The Adelaide Connecting organising committee is welcoming its new board members from the Australian Computer Society (ACS), The Institute of Management Consultants (IMC) and the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM).
ACS is the professional association for Australia's technology sector. The Association represents technology professionals across industry, government, and education and aims to grow the nation’s digital skills and capacity.
IMC is the professional body representing management consultants in Australia. The Institute's mission is to represent and promote the management consulting profession, set and maintain internationally recognised standards and develop members.
AIPM is the premier, longest-serving body for project management in Australia. The Institute's goal is to provide top quality and relevant services to its members and improve the knowledge, skills and competence of project managers and related project personnel.
The AIPM is a professional membership organisation representing the interests of the project management community within Australia and with growing links and influence in the Asia-Pacific region. The AIPM provides a range of services to its members who are located across all spheres of business, industry, government, and the community.
AIPM is the premier body for project management in Australia. It is the longest serving specialist project management body in Australia. Formed in 1976 as the Project Managers' Forum, the AIPM has been instrumental in advancing the profession of project management in Australia since that time. We are also the largest membership organisation for project professionals in Australia.
The AIPM is a not-for profit organisation which operates in accordance with its Constitution and is registered as a company limited by guarantee with the Australian Securities and Investment Commission.
We are recognised by Australian business, industry, and government as the key promoter, developer, and leader in project management professionalism.
AIPM’s role is to improve the knowledge, skills and competence of project managers and related project personnel, all of whom play a key part in the achievement of business objectives – not just project objectives.
The AIPM is the regional leader for project management certification for both individuals and organisations. Individual members can undertake our native RegPM certification program. AIPM’s competency-based certification programs all indicate to potential employers and clients that their project management practices have met the rigorous standards of the AIPM.
We offer both members and non-members access to project management events across the country each year, as well as a database of our Endorsed Courses on our website to assist project managers to move up the value chain and become the next generation of proficient project managers.
Adelaide Connected welcomes the Adelaide Chapter of DAMA International to AC6.0!
DAMA is a not-for-profit, vendor-independent, global association of technical and business professionals dedicated to advancing the concepts and practices of information and data management. We welcome the to Adelaide Connected!
Adelaide Connected Member Organisations organise Lunch & Learn with Yvette van Eenennaam
Developing Strategy in Complex Multi-Stakeholder Environments is the topic of the upcoming Lunch & Learn session, co-organised by Adelaide Connected Member Organisations Strategy Execution & Leadership and ChangeConnect. The session is presented by Yvette van Eenennaam, General Manager Adelaide Biomed City and independent chair of the Australian Genomics Centre.
Yvette previously held senior leadership roles with responsibilities for strategy and organisational development, change management and innovation at Nike, Deloitte and ABN AMRO Bank in Europe . Experiences that benefit Yvette today in leading the development of Adelaide’s $4.2 billion health innovation district.
You are welcome to join on 6 April (11:30am at SAHMRI). Lunch is included.
From the event committee