ProVision Conference Opens Doors to All

For the first time the biennial conference is open to ProVision members, non-members and students.

High-profile speakers

The ProVision Conference is well known for its blend of practical workshops delivered by members and suppliers, a comprehensive tradeshow, and inspirational keynotes from key opinion leaders (KOLs) outside the industry.

Australian of the Year Dylan Alcott AO is one of several high-profile speakers who will take the stage at ProVision’s national conference from 21-23 October 2022 in Melbourne.

ProVision and partner guest speakers at the three-day event will impart knowledge on how to achieve your goals, prepare for future consumers and lead with greater emotional and social intelligence.

KOLs speaking alongside Mr Alcott include Keith Abraham on Creating the Business of Your Dreams, Katrina McCarter on Understanding Gen Y & Z; Amanda Gore on The Power of Joy and Steve Sammartino on Stand Up for your Future. There will also be plenty of opportunities to network at pre-awards dinner drinks, the awards dinner and an after party.


The best Optometry has to offer

ProVision CEO Frances Mirabelli said, “For the first time in our 30+ year history, we’re giving Members, Non-Member Optometrists and Optometry Students alike the opportunity to experience this not-to-be missed biennial event showcasing the very best that independent optometry has to offer.

Hear from some of the smartest business minds, gather new business ideas, meet with all our supplier partners, and feel the warm welcome of an entrepreneurial community that’s stronger together.”

Early bird registration is available until 31 July 2022

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This article first appeared in mivision and has been republished with permission.