We’re living in a climate of change. Whether the challenge is environmental, social, technological, economic or political, we all have a part to play in finding the solution.
With just a month to go, now is the time to get your early bird ticket for GeoCom19 where we’ll be investigating the differences geospatial can make to lead the change – from local to global initiatives.
Join us at the prestigious Royal Society in London on 24 October 2019 for a host of guest speakers, including our keynote Christopher Tucker, Chairman of the American Geographical Society, and a packed agenda inspired by the UK’s commitment to hitting net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
GeoCom19 promises to provide inspiration, insight and influence, as well as superb networking opportunities.
Members: As an AGI member, your annual conference enables you to convene, connect and collaborate on the most important opportunities and challenges in the industry. Plus, you can claim four CPD points for attending.
We’ll also be marking 30 years of your Association whilst looking ahead to the next three decades, which will require an unprecedented transformation in all areas of life. It’s vital that we all make a difference, join us at GeoCom19 and find out how.
Non-members: If you are looking to network with key influencers, refresh your expertise and share your views on the next 30 years of geospatial technology development in the UK, GeoCom19 will be where things happen! Last year, we featured a surprise ministerial announcement launching a £1.5 million geocompetition, the 2019 event is planned to be just as exciting. Watch out for updates.
Book by Sunday 6 October and celebrate 30 years of the AGI with 30 days of Early Bird tickets - on sale now.
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