What is the purpose of the Be Summit?
With the construction industry and wider infrastructure investment expected to support Australia’s economic recovery post COVID-19, built environment (BE) professionals will need to understand the market demands, business opportunities and government packages to navigate successful futures.
To meet this demand for clarity and debate, and leveraging on the legacy of Built Environment events across Diversified Communications, we have launched a dedicated Built Environment Summit to support this industry discussion. Covering marco trends analysis and cross-disciplinary panels, the summit will offer a platform for Government representatives and senior BE professionals to talk directly about their biggest issues and plans for the wider Australian built environment.
When and where is Be Summit happening?
How is the Be Summit preparing for the event to be COVID safe?
What is the entry requirements?
We follow advice from the State Government and operate under our venue protocols for our attendance guidelines. For the most current information regarding vaccination status and entry to the venue, please read the MCEC VenueSafe Plan here.
Should the Government or venue guidelines change around health advice and vaccination status, we will continue to operate and follow the recommended guidelines. We advise visitors to check the guidelines prior to attending.
Irrespective of the current situation and for the foreseeable future, we will continue our duty of care to all our attendees and customers and will continue to implement the additional health and safety and cleaning measures at all of our events.
How can I participate in the Be Summit?
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Who will attend?
The Be Summit is targeted at senior decision-makers to help led top-level discussion with input from Managing Directors, CEOs, COOs, GMs, CMOs, Executive General Managers, Group Chiefs, Chief Supervisors, Group Heads, Executive Directors, Project Leads and more.
What topics will be covered?
The 2022 summit will cover:
Post-Covid CBDs and the Future of Work
Building a People-First Construction Industry
Integrating the Circular Economy into the Built Environment: Why Now?
Strength in Numbers – The Race to Reduce Embodied Carbon
What is Next for Technology in Construction?