Note for event registrants: While this page will be updated regularly, you are strongly encouraged to register your Innovation Month event as soon as possible to maximise attendance and ensure your event does not conflict with others. The deadline for event registration is close of business on Monday 25 June.
Registering your event
All Innovation Month events must be registered using the online registration web form. This includes events that are open to the public or public sector colleagues which will be promoted publicly, and internal Departmental staff-only events which will not be promoted publicly.
Please note the Public Sector Innovation Network (PSIN) Team reserves final decision on program content and events must be consistent with the APS Code of Conduct and also be not-for-profit. However, event organisers can sell tickets ‘at cost’ to cover expenses.
Promoting your event
This page will be updated regularly with information about Innovation Month. You can also keep up to date through our PSIN newsletter which has a subscription of over 3600 members. You can also follow Innovation Month 2018 on Twitter @PSInnovate and be part of the story by using the hashtag #InnovationMonth18
The listing of your event on this page will consist of the information provided on your registration webform as will any promotional tweets and mentions in the PSIN newsletter. We're happy to share promotional blogs via twitter and the newsletter) need to be provided by the event holder. The PSIN Team has final approval on materials sent via its channels.
What assistance is available to me?
If you haven't developed an event before please take a look at our Event Management Primer (500 Kb). The primer is written for public servants with little to no experience in event management.
The Public Sector Innovation Network (PSIN) Team can assist you with:
- promotion of your event via its channels
- assistance in the development of an Eventbrite registration page (free events only), and
- the possibility of making connections and sharing resources via the PSIN.