REIMAGINATION 2017
2 November | The Star, Sydney
days hrs mins secs
 

Accommodation options

The Darling at The Star

80 Pyrmont Street
Pyrmont NSW 2009

The Darling at The Star is Sydney’s first and only luxury hotel to receive the prestigious Forbes 5-star rating, boasting the perfect city retreat and stunning harbour views.

The Darling at The Star is offering a 12% discount off the best available rate, subject to availability at time of reservation.

For bookings either call The Star Customer Care Team on 1800 700 700 and quote the promo code or go to www.star.com.au/sydney/ and follow the ‘Book Now’ links to complete the reservation.

Special rate code: ACS2017 (code is case sensitive)

 

Astral Tower at The Star

80 Pyrmont Street
Pyrmont NSW 2009

Astral Tower at The Star provides contemporary 5 star accommodation like no other with stunning views.

Astral Tower at The Star is offering a 12% discount off the best available rate, subject to availability at time of reservation.

For bookings either call The Star Customer Care Team on 1800 700 700 and quote the promo code or go to www.star.com.au/sydney/ and follow the ‘Book Now’ links to complete the reservation.

Special rate code: ACS2017 (code is case sensitive)

 

Novotel Sydney Darling Harbour

100 Murray Street
Pyrmont NSW 2009

The Novotel Darling Harbour is a luxury 4.5 star hotel located in the heart of Darling Harbour with sweeping views of the Sydney skyline. The Novotel Darling Harbour is located approximately 7 minutes walking distance to The Star.

The Novotel Darling Harbour is offering a 10% discount off the best available unrestricted rate of the day, subject to availability at time of reservation.

For bookings please call the Reservations Department (02) 9288 7180 (office hours only) or email h1181@accor.com.

Special rate code: ACS2017
The code cannot be used for online bookings. Bookings can be cancelled without a fee up to 24 hours prior to arrival.

Please Note: a minimum 2-night stay may occur for selected weekdays and weekends subjected to availability at time of booking.

 

Ibis Sydney Darling Harbour

70 Murray Street
Pyrmont NSW 2009

The Ibis Sydney Darling Harbour is one of the city’s most famous 3.5-star hotels with popular restaurants. It offers quality, simplicity and value for money and is located within 6 minutes walking distance to The Star.

The Ibis Sydney Darling Harbour is offering a 10% discount off best available unrestricted rate of the day, subject to availability at time of reservation.

For bookings please call the Reservations Department (02) 9288 7180 (office hours only) or email h1757@accor.com.

Special rate code: ACS2017
The code cannot be used for online bookings. Bookings can be cancelled without a fee up to 24 hours prior to arrival.

Please Note: a minimum 2-night stay may occur for selected weekdays and weekends subjected to availability at time of booking.

 

The Grace Hotel

80 Pyrmont Street
Pyrmont NSW 2009

The Grace Hotel is located in the heart of Sydney. This heritage-listed hotel offers a warm and personal service with the luxury of a 4.5 star hotel exuding a unique blend of old world charm with modern comfort. The Grace Hotel is approximately an 18 minute walk to/from The Star.

The Grace Hotel offer rooms at a rate of $435 per room per night for a Superior Room. If this room is not available at the time of booking the “best available rate of the day” will apply. Breakfast may be added for a discounted rate of $20 per person and must be included at the time of booking.

For bookings please call the Reservations Department (02) 9288 7180 (office hours only) or email reservations@gracehotel.com.au.

Special rate code: ACS2017 (code is case sensitive). The code cannot be used for online bookings.

 
 

Partners

Susan Andrews
Manager – ICT Roadmap for Minerals and Energy Resources


Susan has spent the past 20 years serving the ICT industry in South Australia with roles at the Department of State Development and Innovate SA - in particular with the Growing Global Companies program that made a significant contribution to the development of many ICT companies in South Australia. Her passion is to assist the growth and commercial success of innovative ICT companies, led by focused entrepreneurs.

Since 2012 Susan has developed and managed the ICT Roadmap for Minerals and Energy project for the South Australian government with a team from the CSIRO, Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) and Deloitte. The Roadmap identified specific opportunities to develop South Australia’s mining and petroleum sectors through innovative ICT. Over the past two years Susan has managed six ICT collaborative innovation projects involving remote control, big data, cloud based environmental compliance platforms, real-time data from remote drill sites and predictive analytics - all identified as important opportunities by the ICT Roadmap.

Susan won South Australian ICT Woman of the Year in the 2013 iAwards.

Jo Stewart-Rattray
25 years' experience in IT including CIO in the Utilities space
and 18 in Information Security


Jo has over 25 years’ experience in the IT field some of which were spent as CIO in the utilities space, and 18 in the information security arena. She underpins her information technology and security background with her qualifications in education and management.

Jo specialises in consulting in information security issues with a particular emphasis on governance in both the commercial and operational areas of businesses. Jo provides strategic advice to organisations across a number of industry sectors including banking and finance, utilities, automotive manufacturing, tertiary education, retail and government.

Jo is actively involved at state and national level with ACS. She is currently serving as an Elected Director on ISACA’s international Board of Directors and is Chair of its global women’s leadership initiative. ISACA is a professional body with some 140,000 members in approximately 100 countries around the world and represents professionals from the IT assurance, governance and information security disciplines.

Arnold Wong
Director of Shared Information Services,
Department of the Attorney General (WA)


Arnold has enjoyed a long and successful professional career in the ever-evolving ICT services industry for over 30 years. He has developed extensive strategic leadership, general management, customer service and business development skills in diverse industries including technology, education, healthcare and resources in public and private sectors across Australia, Asia, Europe and the Americas.

A Fellow of ACS, he serves as Vice President – Community Boards, is a member of the BEC in Western Australia; and is also the Chair of the Conference Logistic Committee for the WWW2017 Conference to be held in Perth. Arnold is the Director of Shared Information Services at the Department of the Attorney General, and a member of the WA Government CIO Council.

Arnold Wong
Director of Shared Information Services,
Department of the Attorney General (WA)


Arnold has enjoyed a long and successful professional career in the ever-evolving ICT services industry for over 30 years. He has developed extensive strategic leadership, general management, customer service and business development skills in diverse industries including technology, education, healthcare and resources in public and private sectors across Australia, Asia, Europe and the Americas.

A Fellow of ACS, he serves as Vice President – Community Boards, is a member of the BEC in Western Australia; and is also the Chair of the Conference Logistic Committee for the WWW2017 Conference to be held in Perth. Arnold is the Director of Shared Information Services at the Department of the Attorney General, and a member of the WA Government CIO Council.

Arnold Wong
Director of Shared Information Services,
Department of the Attorney General (WA)


Arnold has enjoyed a long and successful professional career in the ever-evolving ICT services industry for over 30 years. He has developed extensive strategic leadership, general management, customer service and business development skills in diverse industries including technology, education, healthcare and resources in public and private sectors across Australia, Asia, Europe and the Americas.

A Fellow of ACS, he serves as Vice President – Community Boards, is a member of the BEC in Western Australia; and is also the Chair of the Conference Logistic Committee for the WWW2017 Conference to be held in Perth. Arnold is the Director of Shared Information Services at the Department of the Attorney General, and a member of the WA Government CIO Council.

Arnold Wong
Director of Shared Information Services,
Department of the Attorney General (WA)


Arnold has enjoyed a long and successful professional career in the ever-evolving ICT services industry for over 30 years. He has developed extensive strategic leadership, general management, customer service and business development skills in diverse industries including technology, education, healthcare and resources in public and private sectors across Australia, Asia, Europe and the Americas.

A Fellow of ACS, he serves as Vice President – Community Boards, is a member of the BEC in Western Australia; and is also the Chair of the Conference Logistic Committee for the WWW2017 Conference to be held in Perth. Arnold is the Director of Shared Information Services at the Department of the Attorney General, and a member of the WA Government CIO Council.

Arnold Wong
Director of Shared Information Services,
Department of the Attorney General (WA)


Arnold has enjoyed a long and successful professional career in the ever-evolving ICT services industry for over 30 years. He has developed extensive strategic leadership, general management, customer service and business development skills in diverse industries including technology, education, healthcare and resources in public and private sectors across Australia, Asia, Europe and the Americas.

A Fellow of ACS, he serves as Vice President – Community Boards, is a member of the BEC in Western Australia; and is also the Chair of the Conference Logistic Committee for the WWW2017 Conference to be held in Perth. Arnold is the Director of Shared Information Services at the Department of the Attorney General, and a member of the WA Government CIO Council.