RMIT has worked with Melbourne Youth Force (MYF) and the City of Melbourne to support the leading international conference, AIDS 2014.
Participants of the Melbourne Youth Force Pre-Conference.
The Enterprise activities within the College of Business facilitated interactive and high tech spaces in the University’s state-of-the-art Swanston Academic Buildingfor two workshops, which were held in the days leading up to the conference.
The workshops hosted at RMIT formed part of the MYF Pre-Conference, which was used to develop a Youth Action Plan and was attended by young people from more than 50 countries.
High profile guest speakers attending the 20th international AIDS conference included activist Sir Bob Geldof and Bill Clinton, founder of the Clinton Foundation and 42nd President of the United States.
AIDS 2014 brought together 13,600 delegates from more than 200 countries to discuss the global HIV response.
Stakeholder collaboration is one of a number of industry engagement activities that the College of Business and City of Melbourne have engaged in throughout their long-standing relationship.
The Enterprise Group engages in loyalty initiatives with key stakeholders as part of their rewards and retention program; rendering services to embark on initiatives such as the MYF Pre-Conference to further develop the existing relationship.
Along with providing support for a range of RMIT events, the City of Melbourne is also a key supporter of the Business Plan Competition, providing $15,000 a year in sponsorship.
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