Corporate Patrons of the 21st ICOMOS General Assembly and Scientific Symposium 2023 (GA2023) will achieve unprecedented levels of exposure to all with an interest in heritage, both professional and public. Valuable networking and workshop opportunities, unique activations and initiatives plus premium positioning within the Heritage Exposition are just a few of the commercial opportunities that are available.
GA2023 will bring together the leading cultural heritage professionals from around the world in an engaging program of site visits, functions, workshops and a four-day Scientific Symposium on the overarching theme of ‘Heritage Changes’. Heritage experts, from around 100 countries will gather in Sydney providing unrivalled access to high-calibre specialist knowledge and delivering a boost ‘grass roots’ interest in cultural heritage and conservation work throughout Australia and globally.
Extensive media coverage and engagement from senior government and other national figures can be expected. Australia’s heritage places, and our reputation as a major cultural heritage player, will be showcased nationally and internationally. We encourage you to explore the commercial rewards of participating as a Patron and to share your business goals with us so that we can form a collaborative partnership.
GA2023 Partners and Patrons will have the opportunity to contribute to one of the most significant heritage events ever staged in Australia. GA2023 Partners and Patrons will benefit through creation of an impactful national and international profile, while contributing directly to a legacy for Australia’s cultural heritage and the communities who value and care for it.
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ICOMOS GA2023 Fast Facts:
- Dates: 31 August – 9 September 2023
- Venue: International Convention Centre (ICC Sydney) right in the heart of Sydney
- Audience: Expected 1,500 professionals from across the globe representing heritage, archaeology, historians, urban planning, architects and academia just to name a few, providing unrivalled access to high-calibre specialist knowledge and delivering a boost to ‘grass roots’ interest in cultural heritage and conservation work throughout Australia and globally.
- Legacy: Aligning with the GA2023 overarching theme of ‘Heritage Changes’, partners and patrons will be an integral part of the legacy to the management of cultural heritage and the communities that value and care for it in Australia and globally.