The Be Summit is a one-day event bringing together Australia's built environment leaders, government policymakers, and market experts to build a roadmap of recovery, and pave the way for future construction and development within Australia's built environments. The summit will be running in-person for the first time in 2022, so you can reconnect with the industry face-to-face once again.

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Event Program

With construction and infrastructure set to drive Australia’s economic recovery, the event program features experts from across the industry to discuss the major demands, plans, and opportunities for the future. Get ready to join the discussion and begin navigating a successful roadmap for our built environments.

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Get Involved

Benefit from exposure to our targeted built environment audience, join the Be Summit with our mix of digital sponsorship and advertising opportunities available. There has never been a better time to build your brand awareness online. Find out more about the types of audience you can reach, and how your business can grow with the Be Summit.

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Expert-led Discussion Covering

Recovery Roadmaps

How will the building and construction industry rebound after the events of the last 18 months? Has COVID killed the City? What plans do local, state and federal government have to help continue the economic recovery of the built environment sector?

Trends & Forecasts

Understand the trends and economic forecasts to underpin your future-planning with the latest analysis from the Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF) who has provided economic and policy advice to business and government for decades.

Building Innovations

What new products and process are on the horizon for the Australian built environment? What role will digital construction play in the future? How is the industry ensuring product compliance across the entire sector and what are the best opportunities for investment?

Industry News

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