National HR Summit 2019: What you need to know

All the important details about tomorrow's HR event

National HR Summit 2019: What you need to know

1000 HR professionals are confirmed to attend the National HR Summit when it returns to Sydney’s iconic Luna Park this week.

The event will run over two days on Tuesday and Wednesday comprising three separate conference streams plus a packed program of free HR workshops, an informative exhibition floor, live interviews, motivational speakers, networking events and a Grand Prize Draw to win $10,000 cash.

Headlining this year’s speaker line-up is Turia Pitt (Athlete, Humanitarian, Motivational Speaker) whose truly inspirational story recounts how she became a bestselling author, two-time Ironman and humanitarian after surviving burns to 65% of her body in a grassfire.

In addition, attendees will hear from HR Directors, CEOs and business leaders from diverse industries with companies including Microsoft, Facebook USA, Bunnings Group Limited, Australian Financial Security Authority, Virgin Australia and more.

The National HR Summit will once again feature an official event app, which delegates, speakers and sponsors can use to customise their agenda, network, answer poll questions and more.

Dates: 26-27 March
Venue: Luna Park Sydney
Time: Doors open at 8am Tuesday/8:30am Wednesday
Entry: Conference sessions for paying delegates only. Expo and workshops free for HR professionals

The HRD team will be covering the event live so look out for updates this week or follow us on Twitter at @HRDAustralia and #HRSummitAU. For more information visit

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