As judging commences for the INDE.Awards 2022, the INDE Summit (3 August) announces its 6 top program highlights.
April 8th, 2022
As the 2022 INDE.Awards is now closed, the jury is about to begin deliberation and not a job to be taken lightly with the quantity and quality of outstanding entrants received this year. However, there’s more in store over the next weeks and months as we approach the INDE.Summit on the 3 August.
Our inaugural Summit last year was an overwhelming success with enlightening sessions on subjects that encompassed all manner of design. There were expert moderators and myriad outstanding practitioners represented from across the Indo-Pacific region as panellists and this year will be no different.
In 2022 the excitement begins again with a series of engaging discussions and a broad and diverse group of panellists who will bring their expertise to the fore in sessions such as,
Be the first to know when tickets are available, and receive exclusive offers by pre-registering here.
Beyond this, get ready to join the INDE.Awards Gala and celebrate your 2022 winners. Hosted on August 4 in person at Sofitel Melbourne on Collins, and broadcast online across the region! The 2022 INDE.Awards Gala is set to be a night to remember!
Mark your calendar!
Here are your upcoming key dates for the 2022 INDE program:
So, although entry to INDE is now complete, the INDE.Summit and INDE.Awards Gala are all ahead of us. Join us for the ride!
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