Ai Group's policy leadership in communication and technology ensures members have a voice at all levels of government, by representing and promoting their interests on current and emerging issues. 

We work with governments, collaborate with industry, and educate the community to value and support the contribution that technology products and services make to Australia's economic growth and productivity. Ai Group industry networks help members build businesses opportunities by connecting with companies within and outside of the sector. 

Ai Group provides ongoing support to the industry through direct member engagement in various forums which advise Ai Group on strategic issues for the broader technology industry and related sectors. 

And with industry increasingly characterised by ubiquitous connections and embedding of digital capabilities enabled through digital technologies, this brings together a broader cross-section of businesses

Ai Group holds events which cover topical issues for industry relating to digitalisation. 

Associated with this, Ai Group also convenes meetings with member companies with an interest in digital policy and technical issues as required 

For more information contact Charles HoangEmail: 

Communication & Technology Industries

Ai Group runs a number of Workplace Relations policy industry meetings on a sector basis. For more information on the Information, Communication and Technology  Industries meetings contact National Manager for Workplace Relations Policy Nicola Street.   

Nicola Street
As Ai Group's National Manager – Workplace Relations Policy, Nicola is involved in employment test cases and law reform affecting the workplaces of industry. She regularly appears in the Fair Work Commission and Government Inquiries on behalf of Ai Group members, and has many years of “on the ground” strategic experience in advising employers in employment law and people & culture strategies.

Need help?

The Workplace Advice Line is Ai Group’s national telephone advisory service for all your on the spot workplace related questions.

Call the Workplace Advice Line
1300 55 66 77 and press option 1
(Overseas: +61 3 9867 0100). Email:

Weekdays from 8.30am to 5.30pm
(Australian Eastern Daylight/Standard Time)

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