6 Reasons to Attend Acquia Engage APAC 2019

6 Reasons to Attend Acquia Engage APAC 2019

To celebrate Acquia’s rapid growth into Asia this year, we’re thrilled to be able to host Acquia Engage Asia Pacific 2019 – an one-day event specifically for our friends across Asia Pacific and Japan. Taking place in The Glasshouse in Melbourne, Australia, Acquia Engage APAC is set to offer our local Acquia community a valuable opportunity to share their insights, projects and future dreams for delivering best-in-class digital experiences.

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Our conference is designed to showcase creative, forward-thinking digital experiences that Acquia customers and partners are creating today.


Here are just a few reasons to attend (as if you really needed them) …

1. Listen and Learn

Marketing events are a dollar a dozen, nowadays; but there is only one APAC event devoted to the technical and strategic growth opportunities to be gained through open source and the Acquia Platform. Acquia Engage APAC is your chance to hear how real brands, such as Audi Australia, Football Federation Australia and MediaCorp, are developing relevant, highly personalised customer experiences using DXP. Check out our exciting agenda here.

2. Get Inspired

Don’t be fooled – just because Acquia Engage APAC is a regional event, doesn’t mean we’re skimping on the calibre of our speakers. With keynotes from Acquia’s new Chief Executive Officer Mike Sullivan and inspirational Chief Marketing Officer Lynne Capozzi (flying in from the U.S.), our lineup is a who’s who of some of the brightest minds in the Acquia community. Discover the full speaker list here.

6 Reasons to Attend Acquia Engage APAC 2019
Acquia Engage Asia Pacific will bring together industry leaders in digital and customer experience at The Glasshouse.

3. Network

With more than 250 delegates due to attend the conference from across the region, Acquia Engage APAC is also a rare and hugely valuable chance to rub elbows with forward-thinking cross-industry experts – from government to consumer brands, digital agencies and everything in between.

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4. Train Your Team

Acquia Engage APAC is the perfect learning environment for your team, with a practical balance between marketing strategy and technical sessions. We’ve even split the conference tracks into three separate topic areas – Build, Share and Learn – to make it easier than ever to identify the right tracks for your needs and get the most out of the day. Get smart and leave enlightened on how to use the tools and techniques that make a difference.

5. Have a Good Time

Life’s short, so don’t forget to allow time in your busy conference schedule to get out and about and enjoy Melbourne – Australia’s culture capital and foodie’s paradise. Take a minute after hours with fellow conference attendees at any number of amazing restaurants around Melbourne or, if you’re flying internationally for the conference, why not add a couple of extra days to your visit to take it all in. For ideas on must-see Melbourne attractions, click here.

6. It’s on Your Doorstep

As a local event, Acquia Engage APAC offers a prime opportunity to combine your travel with meeting other customers or partners in the region to really maximise your time. Make those air miles count.

With more speakers due to be announced before the end of the year, you can keep track of the latest information or register for Engage APAC at apacengage.acquia.com. See you in Melbourne on Thursday 7 March 2019.

Nicole Stirling, marketing director, Asia Pacific & Japan, Acquia

Nicole Stirling

Marketing Director, Asia Pacific & Japan Acquia

Nicole Stirling has more than 15 years’ experience working as a marketing professional, with 10 of those years creating go-to-market strategies for B2B software businesses operating in Australia and New Zealand.

As Acquia's marketing director for Asia Pacific & Japan, she is responsible for our Asia Pacific go-to-market strategy and execution across all things marketing: demand generation and digital programs, PR and communications, regional content strategy and development, field marketing, event management, regional partner and customer marketing, and performance reporting.