26 – 27 October
Hyatt Regency Sydney
Another year has passed and it’s time for our Annual Convention.
One of our aims at SCA (NSW) is to make the impossible possible. We want to bust open doors and give you access to people and experiences you may have only ever dreamt about.
This annual event offers highlight valued networking opportunities and is supported by the very popular trade exhibition, which showcases the latest products and services available to the strata industry.
Dinner Individual Ticket – $245 member | $265 non-member
Dinner Table of 10 – $2,450 member | $2,800 non-member
* Gala Dinner to be held on Thursday
Hyatt Regency Sydney, 161 Sussex St, Sydney NSW 2000
SCA (NSW) has a no-tolerance policy regarding “suitcasing,” which describes the practice by nonexhibiting companies or individuals of soliciting sales or sales leads in the conference hotel, on the tradeshow floor, in the aisles or lobbies and/or representing their services or soliciting conference participants for conflicting social activities and wearing company logo wear.
Nonexhibiting suppliers participating in the conference as attendees or speakers are prohibited from soliciting business on the tradeshow floor, in or after sessions, or in the conference hotel or taking delegates out for meals throughout the 2 day Convention.
It is considered bad form to conduct business outside of your booth. Talking to clients or prospects in or in front of someone else’s booth is also a violation of SCA (NSW) policy and will not be tolerated. All parts of the exhibit must remain in the exhibitor’s assigned space. No exhibit will be allowed to infringe upon aisle space.
Violators of this policy will be ejected from the convention and charged the single-booth rate ($5,742), which must be paid prior to registering as an attendee, exhibitor, or sponsor at any future SCA convention or other events.
SCA (NSW) will also not permit any organisation that is not a sponsor of the conference to host any kind of event inviting the conference delegates within our conference dates. Whether they are a sponsor of the conference or not, to host any kind of invitation-only or private within our conference dates with conference delegates, that has not been booked and advertised through SCA, is not permitted. Breaking these conditions carries the penalty of suspension from the following year’s conference and potential loss of membership.