Kineo, global leaders in elearning are to exhibit at HRIZON 2012 – the 14th World Human Resources Congress in Melbourne, Australia. The conference hosted by the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) is being held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre is on the 26th and 27th September 2012.
With over 50 speakers and thought leaders, HRIZON will focus on the national and international trends that are changing the way people work and companies operate. Kineo is proud to be a part of this fantastic event, the first in Australia for over 20 years that celebrates everything that is professional development and Human resource.
The event will be an insightful and enlightening global networking opportunity, bringing together HR professionals from all over Australia and overseas, including an inspirational and contemporary list of thought leaders and thinkers, who will provide invaluable insights over the 2 day conference.
The sold out event will house over 150 exhibiting organisations, as well as providing an extensive list of workshops and keynote speakers.
Introducing us to the much anticipated session on ‘The origins and meaning of creativity’ is Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computers Inc.
Special guest at the conference is also Australia’s own Cathy Freeman presenting a keynote on ‘Chasing a Dream: A conversation with Cathy Freeman’.
Zack Harvey, Business Development Manager at Kineo Pacific is full of anticipation of what this wonderful event will hold. “As a global elearning services company Kineo is delighted to be exhibiting at HRIZON, the 14th World Human Resources Congress. AHRI have done a terrific job assembling a first class line up of over 50 speakers and thought leaders, that will discuss trends that are changing the way people work and companies operate.
There is no doubt that one of the largest trends impacting these changes is the use of technology. As part of the exhibition, Kineo will be showcasing some of the latest trends in technology for learning and development and people management. From the innovative Totara LMS – a custom distribution of Moodle designed for the corporate sector, to Responsive ELearning Design – the progressive new approach we have created for designing and delivering elearning in a multi-device world.”
Kineo Pacific are exhibiting at the show and can be found at stand 101 in the Passport Zone. Drop by to pick up a copy of an industry-specific elearning insight guide and to chat with the team about how effective elearning and award-winning learning management systems (LMSs) can help your business.
For more information about the conference, visit the Hrizon website, or download the HRIZON event app.