About PACE 2021
The Parking Australia Convention and Exhibition (PACE) is the only Australian event that focuses solely on the parking industry. It connects exhibitors and sponsors with decision makers from both the public and private sectors. The exhibition is an opportunity to showcase parking solutions to traffic and parking professionals from across the county.
PACE 2021 will provide a variety of networking opportunities for the delegates attending and offers an opportunity to connect with other industry peers. Attending PACE is an investment in bringing fresh ideas back to your business.
The theme for 2021 is “Parking Unlocked – The New Normal” and reflects the challenges the industry faces as Australia and the world move to a post COVID-19 normal. As restrictions continue to ease, it is time to consider how we can unlock the potential and opportunities that will present themselves in the coming months and years.
PACE is owned and operated by the leading parking authority – Parking Australia.
PACE 2018 Overview
What can I expect at PACE?
“Engaging, focused and informative”.
“The conference provides an opportunity to see in one place a range of technology, service providers and products of relevance to the parking industry.”
“The keynote speaker created a real buzz and got everyone asking more questions about the future of parking.”
“Spending the time speaking to all of the exhibitors was a godsend. I gained so much useful information from the exhibitors. You showed a small town how it should be done.”
“Well organised and it was very successful for our business”.
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