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Annual General Meeting 2021

The Annual General Meeting of the Australian Data and Insights Association (ADIA, formerly AMSRO) will be held on Thursday 28 October 2021 at 5:00 pm AEDT. 

The purpose of the meeting is to formally conclude the current financial year reporting and to elect Board members for 2021/22.

Due to the extraordinary circumstances presented by the COVID-19 pandemic and for the continued safety of everyone in our community, this meeting will be held virtually.  

Nominations

Nominations are now called to fill the ADIA Board positions of:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary
  • and at least two ordinary members to serve on the Board (one position per Member Company).

The Board nomination form is here – ADIA Nomination Form 2021-22

Please complete and return by Thursday 21 October 2021 to:

ADIA Secretariat
Attn: Sarah Campbell
Chief Executive Officer
PO Box 635
Broadway NSW 2007

Or email: admin@dataandinsights.com.au

Proxy vote

If you are unable to attend and wish to exercise your proxy vote (one per member company) please complete the Proxy Form and return by email to admin@dataandinsights.com.au by COB Wednesday 27 October 2021. 

The Proxy form is here – ADIA Proxy Form 2021-22

ADIA is also keen to hear from members who are interested in joining and or leading one of our subcommittees.  If you are interested please contact Sarah Campbell on 0460 012 092 to discuss specific details and terms of reference.

If there are any items that you wish to raise at this meeting, please don’t hesitate to contact Sarah Campbell on 0460 012 092 or email sarah@dataandinsights.com.au prior to the meeting.

Following the AGM, Richard Gibbs, Director at Urbis will present The Next Normal 2.0 providing an evidence-based update on COVID-19, highlighting key developments both globally and from an Australian viewpoint, and offer a perspective on the challenges to be faced as on the path of learning to live with COVID-19. We will also announce the 2021 winner of the Jayne Van Souwe Research Industry Leadership Award.