au Domain Administration Ltd (auDA) manages the .au domain space under an industry self-regulatory model, for the benefit of all Australian Internet users.
Through consultation with stakeholders, auDA develops and implements domain name policies for .au. auDA also licenses registry operators and registrars, implements consumer safeguards and facilitates dispute resolution.
auDA plays an active role within the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and other international fora, representing the interests of .au stakeholders at the global level.
auDA holds an annual event, the Australian Internet Governance Forum (auIGF). The auIGF brings together government, industry and community members in an open, apolitical forum, to discuss Internet-related policy issues, exchange ideas and best practices, and help shape the future of the Internet in Australia.
auDA also works to help support the Australian Internet community through our programs:
- Australia & New Zealand Internet Awards (ANZIA) - An annual event celebrating the achievements of organisations, businesses and individuals that have made significant contributions to the development and use of the Internet in Australia and New Zealand
- auDA Foundation - Established in 2005, the auDA Foundation makes annual grants to promote and encourage education and research initiatives that will enhance the utility of the Internet for the benefit of the Australian community
- Community Geographic Domain Names (CGDNs) - An initiative that offers a unique opportunity for local communities to have an online presence that immediately identifies their geographic location, and is managed by, and representative of, the community as a whole
Third Sector is a professional development hub for Australia's not-for-profit (NFP) sector. Delivering high-level content, focusing on what the sector’s leaders need to know to accelerate both their career and the organisations they run, Third Sector offers a suite of products; Third Sector magazine, e-news service, jobs baord and Third Sector Expo.
Third Sector magazine is availble in print and digital format, and is also distributed at a range of sector events throughout the year with each edition having a reach of over 15,000. Each edition covers key areas of interest to NFP executives including sector news, governance, advocacy, membership, leadership, strategy, marketing and fundraising.
Third Sector's e-news service provides a fortnightly online update on the latest in NFP grants, policy updates, governance, trends, products and services.
Why sponsor Third Sector Expo 2015?
Click here to download the prospectus.
A limited number of opportunities are available for companies to partner with the event and take advantage of its profile.
Sponsoring Third Sector Expo 2015 will allow you to:
• Improve your brand recognition and image
• Connect in person with existing and potential clients
• Generate leads by networking
• Create new partnerships and alliances
• Demonstrate your commitment to the not-for-profit sector
• Differentiate your company from others in the industry.
Interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at Third Sector Expo 2015?
Contact Sarah Harding on +61 3 9248 5182.