Marketing and Sponsorship
To ensure you achieve the most from your investment, we encourage you to contact sponsorship [at] thequantumleap [dot] com [dot] au to discuss the many additional ways we can further assist your marketing efforts and build your business through this exciting conference.
Sponsorship offers a unique opportunity to increase your organisation’s exposure to a diverse cross-section of industry professionals through the following marketing strategy:
- E-marketing – including regular email blasts promoting program updates, key dates and featured speakers
- Marketing Collateral – including flyers to be used at industry events to stimulate interest and provide key details
- Website – will be used as the main information distribution channel and, as such, will be regularly updated and refreshed with latest updates
- Promotional activities – are scheduled for all major international / national conferences and events so as to keep the target market informed of progress and to stimulate interest in promoting this conference.
Sponsorship packages and commitment levels vary and can be tailored to suit your marketing strategies. Whatever your business, “The Quantum Leap, Measurement: redefining Health’s boundaries?” has a Sponsorship package that will help you meet your brand and networking objectives.
Click here to view the Sponsorship and Exhibition Prospectus
- Hurry, only 1 exhibition booth available
Program advertising opportunities close1st July 2012
Call for Abstracts open 10 March 2012
Abstract submission deadline 30 April 2012
Earlybird Registration opens 15 March 2012
Earlybird Registration closes 31 July 2012
Program Book advertising booking deadline 1 July 2012
Program Book advertising artwork deadline 31 July 2012
Satchel insert deadline 1 September 2012
Satchel insert material to be provided (tbc)
Exhibition space booking deadline 1 July 2012 (for program inclusion)
Thank you for your participation last week in The Quantum Leap
To continue The Quantum Leap conversation on the Gold Coast in 2013, we ask you to put 28 – 30th October 2013 in your diary NOW. Keep visiting www.thequantumleap.com.au website to see how plans for our 2013 conference are progressing!
If you haven’t already completed the online survey evaluation, we value your feedback HERE:
We have begun uploading the conference presentations HERE. Keep checking back as more are uploaded.
Our official photographer, Grin and Bear It, have begun to upload photographs taken during the Conference. Photographs are available for sale HERE:
MOBILE APP LAUNCHED:
The Quantum Leap is fast approaching and we want to make sure you're prepared for a great event. We're excited to be offering a mobile event guide to attendees featuring speaker information, session schedules, and much more! Best of all, it’s accessible from all devices with an internet browser: smartphones, tablets, laptops, and even desktops.
By Monday 24th September, this app will be fully operational, so check back often as new sessions/speakers are uploaded.
CONFERENCE DINNER - WEDNESDAY 26th SEPTEMBER - TARONGA ZOO
Book NOW to secure your dinner reservation at the conference dinner. Tickets priced at $145pp which includes 3 course meal and wine/soft drink, entertainment and bus transfers.
$ 1100.00 Non-Member (25 - 27 Sept)
$ 550.00 Day Member
$ 660.00 Day Non-Member
$ 145.00 Dinner Ticket (pp)
Earlybird Registration opens 15 March 2012 Earlybird Registration closes 31 July 2012 Program Book advertising booking deadline 1 July 2012 Program Book advertising artwork deadline 31 July 2012 Satchel insert deadline 1 September 2012
Satchel insert material to be provided to the hotel: 20-21 September 2012
Pre-Conference Workshops: 24 September, 2012
Conference Days: 25 - 27 September, 2012
Welcome Reception: 25 September, 2012
Conference Dinner: 26 September, 2012
Conference Close: 27 September, 2012
FREE BREAKFAST SESSION - WEDNESDAY 26TH SEPTEMER - 7.30AM - FULLY BOOKED
Fractures, fusions and federalism: accountability in Australia's health system.
Professor Greg Craven : Deputy Chair of the COAG Reform Council
Ms. Robyn Kruk: CEO National Mental Health Commission
Hon. Professor Geoff Gallop: Director Graduate School of Government
Mr. Mark Metherell, Independent Journalist
Ms. Monica Attard OAM, Walkley Award winning journalist