QBE will once again sponsor the Gala Dinner, which will be held in the glamorous Parkside Ballroom at the Convention Centre from 7-10.30pm.
While the entertainment at this event is always a closely guarded secret, delegates can expect several icons of Australian rock to grace the stage.
So dress up in your best cocktail dress or sharpest suit and join NIBA and QBE to end this year’s Convention with a bang.
This event has sold out, but there is a waiting list of hopeful delegates. So if can no longer make let the staff at the registration desk know, so the ticket is does not go to waste.
Young Professionals can warm up for the night’s proceedings with the Vero-sponsored YP Cocktail Party, which will be held at the Bayside 201 room at the Convention Centre from 4-5pm.
As always, the Ebix NIBAR will be held following the close of the gala dinner for all those with a thirst for a nightcap. Head to the Watershed bar just outside the Convention Centre from 11pm.
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