Thank you for contributing to the IAPP ANZ Summit 2019. To help ensure the success of your session, please see these important instructions:
Conference Venue: The Westin Sydney (aka Fullerton Hotel Sydney), 1 Martin Place, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia, +61 2 8223 1111
Hotel/Accommodations: The IAPP has a discounted room block. The discounted IAPP rate is A$350/night. Offer expires 28 September 2019, subject to availability. Reserve online or call +61 2 8223 1111 and reference the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Speaker Registration: You will automatically be awarded a complimentary pass to the event and registered as a speaker by IAPP Staff. Conference pass is eligible for activities on Tuesday, 29 October and Wednesday, 30 October. Please contact speaker coordinator Jennie McManus at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dietary Accommodations: Should you require a special diet please contact speaker coordinator Jennie McManus at email@example.com to indicate your needs before 30 August.
IAPP ANZ Summit 2019 Speaker Presentation Template: All speakers using a presentation must download and use the IAPP ANZ Summit 2019 presentation template, found here.
Due now: Check the online schedule to see your session date and time.
Due now: Send us your headshot and a brief biography, if we do not already have this on file.
Due now: Listen to the recording and review the orientation slides here, originally broadcasted on 11 September.
27 September: Send draft presentations to your speaker coordinator.
4 October: Send special A/V requests to your speaker coordinator.
11 October: Send final presentation to your speaker coordinator.
Additional Programming Information
Need to make a change to speakers, panellists or presentation content? It’s important to run it by us. Changes must be approved by IAPP to uphold the quality of our program and keep our publications current. Please contact Jennie McManus immediately if you need to adjust.
A member from press associations affiliated with the IAPP event may report on presenters’ sessions, and may even record sessions and will be entitled to interview presenters. The IAPP may also record presenters’ images and voices for possible use in IAPP materials. Recordings may be edited, copied, exhibited, published or distributed. (Special exceptions may be made for speakers whose employers prohibit such recordings but only upon approval of the IAPP.)
See our Code of Conduct at IAPP events.