Hendry Events

Hendry are at the forefront of the built-form industry. We host and participate in innovative, informative, and engaging  events that affect our clients, our community and our industry.

For any queries regarding events & media, please contact hgmarketing@hendry.com.au  or call 1800 875 371 for a discussion with our Marketing & Events Coordinator.

International Women’s Day
Institute of Managers & Leaders: Debate


Emma is driven by breaking new ground. Her goal is to create safer and more sustainable communities. Emma is passionate about promoting diversity, with an emphasis on women in leadership. As a female CEO in the male-dominated property industry, she compelled to use her platform to promote this cause. Emma looks forward to inspiring more women to pursue leadership positions into the future.

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Total Facilities Trade Exhibition & Conference  

Join Hendry at Total Facilities Trade Exhibition and Conference – April 18 & 19
Hendry will be showcasing our Virtual Reality Fire Simulation , as well as an Augmented Reality Digital Inspection Tool – our  interactive technology solutions platform delivering clients real time information about their assets.

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Property Council
Future Trends & Innovations: Greening the CBD

Hendry are proud to be a silver sponsor of Property Council’s Future Trends & Innovation Series.
Greening the CBD: Be clear on the challenges of Green Cities and learn from the challenges encountered along the way.

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Smart Cities Week: Silicon Valley

Emma Hendry, Hendry CEO will be moderating a panel discussing “Growing an Innovation Ecosystem in your Community – Learn from Experienced Practitioners” at the upcoming Smart Cities Week – Silicon Valley.

Smart Cities Week – How innovation is shaping the sustainable, inclusive cities we all want to live in is the focus of Smart Cities – Santa Clara May 7-9, 2018. Bringing together city leaders, technologists and innovators –  showcasing not only “what’s next” on the road to more livable, workable and sustainable cities – but also how to get there.

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Ideaction Oceania – Cairns

The facilities management industry will come to together to share information and research, innovative practices and evidence based practice case studies at Ideaction, the National Facilities Management Conference & Exhibition.

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Hendry Speaking Engagements

Buildings: Australia’s Next platform for digital transformation

The transformation of our buildings sector has been long and varied. The green building agenda has had profound impact, which more recently has been augmented with a health and well-being agenda, activity-based working and agile workplace design and operation. And now, it is set to embark on its next transformation – thanks to the internet of things, data analytics, advanced manufacturing and the like. So the question emerges – is the property sector ready to become a platform for digital disruption?

Managing building compliance to guarantee user safety

The complexity in the compliance requirements for buildings is increasing and becoming more challenging to keep up with. Yet the monitoring of compliance by those that create regulations is sadly lacking and some building constructors and operators continue to expose their users by cutting corners. This session explores how the facilities manager can mitigate against such practices – to what extent should they understand all the regulations, how much should they depend on their professional advisors and are Australian and International Standards the solution?

Challenging Innovation vs The Innovation Challenge 

Innovation has become a much popular term in service delivery tenders, with demand and supply sides guilty of not fully appreciating what the term means and not giving it the attention that it demands. As a result, responses to requirements for innovation tend to be very mediocre at best. This discussion will include topics such as: what the term ‘innovation’ really means; if there is a process approach to innovation, what is it; how can we measure innovation; and how can we rise to the challenge of giving innovation is rightful place in an industry demanding true ‘innovation’.