Supporting Bodies

Supporting partners

Women In Supply Chain (WISC) is a voluntary group open to all women and men in supply chain. We are passionate about supporting women in Transport and Logistics to reach their optimum potential through collaborating, meeting and sharing knowledge and experience with like-minded professionals.

We aim to represent the voice of women in supply chain; transport and logistics and make women VISIBLE.

The GECA ecolabel is Australia's only independent, not-for-profit, multi-sector sustainability and environmental certification program.


The International Association for Contract & Commercial Management enables both public and private sector organizations and professionals to achieve world-class standards in their contracting and relationship management process and skills. With over 43000 members across 160 countries and 16000 corporations, IACCM is leading the way in responding to the demands of global networked markets.

SCMEA has provided consulting and training services in Project Management, Procurement, Contract Management, Negotiation, Logistics and Supply Chain Management to the public and private sectors throughout Australia and the Pacific since 2001.


ABSIA is a Non-Profit Association created to be the collective voice of the Australian Business Software Industry. 

ABSIA was formed to represent the business software industry at the highest level.   ABSIA has an important part in transforming how the Government and the software vendors relate, communicate and collaborate by playing the primary contact point role for interaction between the parties.

ABSIA aims to serve all stakeholders that form the totality of Australian Business Software Industry, including and not limited to the business software developers, consulting and software service providers, the large corporations, SMEs and individual consumers, as well as other industry associations and Government of all levels.

We are the Ladies in Procurement. We believe that behind every successful woman there is a tribe of women who have her back.

Ladies in Procurement will stage events around Australia inviting women in procurement who would like to network, share their stories and support each other. We will choose organisations aligned with our values to support our events by sponsoring venue, drinks and nibbles so we can run no-cost events with no sales, no obligations and lots of fun for our members!!!!

The Australasian Procurement and Construction Council (APCC) is peak association whose members and network are government agencies responsible for procurement, construction, asset management and property management policy and delivery for Australian and New Zealand governments.  Through leadership and collaboration provided by the APCC, governments work together to create opportunities: leveraging and adding value to what and how they buy and build, and how they manage their assets. The APCC networks extend across all govermnet agencies with significant procurement spend on goods and services, ICT and buildings. No other organisation brings together different levels of government for the common goal of achieving efficient and effective procurement and construction with achievements spanning more than 50 years.

Get your solution in front of decision makers - sponsorship opportunities are still available

Do business with senior executives in procurement and supply chain across industry sectors.

For sponsorship opportunities please contact, Nischal Aryal on +61 (0)2 8488 9948 or email

Download a sponsorship prospectus here!

Women in Procurement & Supply Chain 2018