AIME unveils Knowledge Program with focus on ‘glocalisation’


The Asia Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME) has unveiled its Knowledge Program for 2024, which will be hosted and curated by AIMEbassador El Kwang, founder of BEAM.

Joining the keynote speakers from AIME’s speaker bureau partners Saxton Speakers Bureau and ICMI Speakers & Entertainers will be a mix of industry business leaders and professionals addressing the theme for 2024, “The 4Ps of GLOCALISATION”.

Former Tourism Australia marketing guru Lisa Ronson says she hopes with her keynote address Knowledge Program attendees will gain a practical and principles-based approach to apply to create better leadership and stronger cultures.

“I’m excited about sharing real world examples of what to do – and just as importantly, what not to do – to improve the culture of an organisation, or any group,” she said.

TV host and founder of the 100 Things movement Sebastian Terry says he is looking forward to sharing his story at AIME and imparting a framework that will allow Knowledge Program attendees to create and activate their most meaningful goals.

“To me, Glocalisation is the idea that the foundation to creating a thriving and connected community is ensuring that we empower individuals and local teams to become the best version of themselves within a like-minded network,” he said.

As part of the 2024 Knowledge Program, Geelong’s future convention centre, Nyaal Banyul Geelong Convention and Event Centre, will sponsor an exclusive food and beverage showcase across the day’s programming.

“We reflected on the feedback from last year’s program and are excited to work with El Kwang of BEAM and a passionate Advisory Committee to carefully curate a program that aims to spotlight luminaries and trailblazers, fostering an environment where participants can select the specific ‘P’ that resonates most profoundly with their unique business objectives and professional growth,” said AIME event director Silke Calder.