APL upcoming producer meetings
It has been a challenging year to say the least but not being able to meet with producers face to face has been a further hurdle for the team at APL.
APL has undertaken several virtual meetings with producers and stakeholders since March, including the May Delegates meeting, and received positive feedback.
In order to continue to engage with producers, update on APL plans and undertake our Annual General Meeting, APL have scheduled further virtual events for November.
Annual General Meeting – Thursday 19 November 2020 – 12.30pm – 1.00pm AEDST
APL members have been formally invited to attend the virtual Annual General Meeting between 12.30 and 1.00pm AEDST. A Notice of General Meeting was circulated to members of APL in October. The Notice is a formal invitation to APL Members to attend this meeting. Information about the conduct of the virtual meeting will be provided in advance of the meeting.
APL Producer Forum (open to all producers) – Thursday 19 November 2020
This year, between 1.00 – 3.00 AEDST APL will run an online Producer Forum rather than the APL Conference that has run in the past.
This forum will be open to all producers and other interested parties who request to attend. This will be run as an online ‘webinar’ where producers and stakeholders can hear APL’s current project outcomes and plans, and APL will respond to questions (via chat), where they can. Producers and industry stakeholders will need to register to attend.
Delegates Forum – Wednesday 18 November
Due to the current travel restrictions for most of the country, APL have decided to again run the November Delegates meeting virtually. The meeting will still be held on Wednesday 18 November, from 10.30 – 3.00 AEDST.
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