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Town Team Conference 2019

BY Town Team Movement | 12-Aug-2019
Town Team Movement (TTM) is an ‘under-arching’, non- profit organisation helping to create a network of town teams around Australia and New Zealand. Our purpose is to inspire active citizenship and support town teams to build connected, resilient communities and better places.
Venue: Historic Heart Precinct Perth
Address: 45 Murray Street Perth WA 6000
Date: Friday 13 September 2019
Time: 9am - 5pm
Ticket: Standard ticket: $495
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Town Team Conference 2019
We’ll be Discovering Place on Friday 13 September 2019. This is a Conference with a difference!

Our full-day program will keep the festivities rolling from last year with a diverse selection of local, national and international facilitators, activations, installations, group discussions and new ways to get even more involved. And there will be a social networking event afterwards to catch up with friends and meet new people.

The day will be jam-packed with renowned speakers, workshops, round-table discussions, panel discussions and networking opportunities to generate thought-provoking conversations and traverse disciplines. There will be sessions to allow participants to dive into the detail of how to create positive change in their organisation and community.

This year’s Conference theme is Discovering Place. It will feature workshops, activities, networking opportunities and plenty of guest speakers, including the renowned Gabriella Gomez-Mont (MIT and Georgetown Fellow, international winner of TED 2.0 Global Prize), who will be the international keynote speaker.

Presentation Partners: City of Perth, RAC WA

Sponsors: City of Stirling, City of Canning, UDIA WA, The University of Western Australia, City of Subiaco, Beyond Bank, Artsource, Lotterywest, Water Corporation, City of Kalamunda