What is Integrate?
Integrate is Australia’s leading platform dedicated to helping businesses harness the power of AV to transform customer experiences. It is nexus for local and global brands to promote the latest AV solutions and products, as well as share insights and innovations to the region’s largest gathering of AV professionals and end users.
Who can attend?
Integrate is a trade only event for the professional, commercial and residential AV and Systems Integration industry as well as live event production professionals, including broadcast, and IT end users looking to procure product. Professionals who source, recommend, specify or make purchase decisions for AV and IT solutions for their business are also welcome to attend Integrate.
What are the entry requirements?
We follow advice from the State Government and operate under our venue protocols for our attendance guidelines. For the most current information regarding vaccination status and entry to the venue, please read the ICC EventSafe Operating Guide here.
Should the Government or venue guidelines change around health advice and vaccination status, we will continue to operate and follow the recommended guidelines. We advise visitors to check the guidelines prior to attending.
We also recommend that visitors regularly check NSW Health and Australian Department of Health websites for the most up to date public health advice.
Irrespective of the current situation and for the foreseeable future, we will continue our duty of care to all our attendees and customers and will continue to implement the additional health and safety and cleaning measures at all of our events.
How is Integrate preparing to be a COVIDSafe event?
Integrate is dedicated to ensuring our attendees can do business in a COVIDSafe environment as we prepare for our 2023 show.
Please see our event safety guidelines here.
How can I attend Integrate? Is there an entrance fee?
Visitor registration for Integrate 2023 will open next year. Registration is free for the exhibition, and all attendees need to register ahead of their visit.
Can I register colleagues too?
Yes, if you know the details of your colleague(s) you can add them to your registration at the bottom of the first page. This will copy your company details and make it easier for you to manage.
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Can international visitors attend Integrate?
International visitors will be granted entrance to Australia once you have spoken to your local Australian Embassy to make an application.
Applications need to be made well in advance at the Australian Embassy in your country or in some cases can be made online. For more information about entering Australia at this time please visit the Department of Home Affairs ‘Coming to Australia’ website.
Please note that the organisers DO NOT provide visa invitation letters to international visitors.
Can children attend?
As this is a business event for those people working in the industry, we ask visitors not to bring anyone under the age of 15 to the show. The exception is infants under one year old that cannot be separated from their primary caregiver. If you bring an infant we strongly recommend that you carry them in a baby harness due to crowds (strictly no prams or shopping trolleys allowed at the show). This applies to the children of both visitors and exhibitors. Under no circumstances are any children permitted into the exhibition halls during Move In and Move Out of the show.
Can students attend?
Students are welcome at Integrate, however they are required to pre-register online or have prior consent from the Integrate team. Only students studying a related course will qualify for entry.
What do I do if someone tries to sell me the Integrate databases and visitor lists?
This is a scam and you should ignore them. Integrate operates under strict data privacy laws, and we do not share our visitor or any other internal data with unauthorised third parties.
Any communication you may receive offering you to rent/buy or download our visitor or exhibitor contacts is a scam and should be deleted. We are currently exploring legal avenues to shut down these practices.