16 March 2022
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Final countdown to the Caravan Industry Association of Australia's 30th Anniversary National Conference (31 March to 1 April, 2022)

The final countdown to the 30th Anniversary National Caravan Conference for the Caravan Industry Association of Australia from 30 March to 1 April, 2022 has begun. There will be a registration price increase of $100 on 18th of March, so anyone interested in attending the event who has not yet registered is being encouraged to register now and save money.

The 2022 National Conference will be bigger and better than ever before and a fantastic opportunity for the industry to come together, share information, and prepare itself for the opportunities which lie ahead. 

This three-day conference will be packed with a trade exhibition, panel discussions, competitions, social events and celebrations of industry and its people. The National Conference is for people who want to undertake personal development, leaders looking for innovative solutions, and businesses keen to connect with their colleagues after several years of isolation.  

There are also break-out sessions covering all areas of industry and important topics which will run throughout the day on Thursday 31st March and Friday 1st April.

The conference masterclass and break-out schedules are now live on the website: https://caravanconference.com.au/. All masterclasses are free to attend (places are limited), running on Tuesday 29th March – Wednesday 30th March.

On 31 March there will be a special breakfast presentation titled, ‘Years of Living Dangerously: Investment Prospects for 2022 and beyond’ hosted by Brian Parker CFA, Chief Economist at Australian Retirement Trust (formerly QSuper/Sunsuper). National Industry Sponsor QSuper recently merged with Sunsuper, and is now part of Australian Retirement Trust, a $200 billion superannuation fund open to all Australians. 
Brian Parker will provide his outlook for the upcoming year and what it may mean for investors.