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ARSC2015

*** Sponsorship & Exhibition ***
YOUR INVITATION!

Sponsorship Prospectus (download)


 
The inaugural Australasian Road Safety Conference - ARSC2015 - is expected to attract over 400 delegates across the broad road safety spectrum - research, policing, education, government, engineering, advocacy, policy, corporates, fleets, OH&S, manufacturing, technology, insurance, post-crash care, road users - from drivers to cyclists, motorcyclists, pedestrians etc - and the many other diverse groups involved in expediting road toll reductions. 

Sponsoring or exhibiting at the inaugural Australasian Road Safety Conference - ARSC2015 - will provide an outstanding opportunity to:

  • Promote your organisation and its role in reducing road trauma;
  • Showcase your leadership in the road safety field, and your commitment to the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety;
  • Increase your brand exposure;
  • Expand your marketing networks;
  • Maintain a high profile within the industry - before, during and after the event, and
  • Demonstrate your desire to be influential in the future collaborative effort.


Early confirmation will ensure the highest level of exposure!


An extensive promotional campaign including advertisements, direct mail campaigns, email broadcasts and web exposure are being implemented in the lead up to the conference, and the opportunity exists for your organisation to be represented as a key supporter, strategically placed before your market.

The listed packages are by no means limited and we welcome the opportunity to discuss your individual requirements.

To find out more please contact:

Jude Williams
ARSC2015 Sponsorship & Exhibition Manager

Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety – Queensland
Email: 
j4.williams@qut.edu.au

 

Who You Can Expect to Reach

ARSC2015 is the inaugural conference merging the two prestigious events: the ACRS Australasian Road Safety Conference and the Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Enforcement (RSRPE) Conference.

ARSC2015 is expected to attract over 400 delegates including including senior advisors, policy-makers, researchers, practitioners, law enforcement officers, senior managers, community leaders, and students working in the wide range of portfolios and industries who impact on improving road safety outcomes. This includes: infrastructure construction and maintenance; behavioural science; education and training; emergency services; engineering and new technology; health and rehabilitation; police, justice and law enforcement; local, state and federal governments; communications; traffic management; and vehicle safety industries.

In addition to your profile presented during the conference, an extensive promotional campaign including advertisements, direct mail campaigns, email broadcasts and web exposure will be implemented in the lead up to ARSC2015.  Your organisation will be strategically promoted as a key partner of this year’s premier Australasian road safety conference to a vast market of potential delegates, related publications and associations, key government and corporate stakeholders, policy-makers, researchers, the media, and community representatives.

Reminder!

Call for Abstracts closes 30 April 2015!


Visit the Conference Website for further information.
CONFERENCE CONTACTS
 
Conference Sponsorship & Exhibition:
Jude Williams - ARSC2015 Sponsorship & Exhibition Manager

Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety – Queensland
Email: 
j4.williams@qut.edu.au


Conference Abstract Submissions:
Australasian College of Road Safety
Phone: 02 6290 2509
Email:
arsc2015abstracts@acrs.org.au
 
Conference Managers:
QUT Conferences
Phone: 07 3138 9358
Email:
arsc2015@qut.edu.au


Conference Website:
AustralasianRoadSafetyConference.com.au

Awards Website:

TheAustralasianRoadSafetyAwards.com.au

Australasian College of Road Safety Website:

acrs.org.au
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