DatacomIT is furthering its commitment to conservation by providing financial support to students to attend this month’s Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material (AICCM) conference. Sponsorship covered travel, accommodation, conference admission and spending money.

5 students were selected from Melbourne University and the University of Canberra who have demonstrated exceptional passion and commitment to cultural heritage. As part of our dedication, DatacomIT believes in supporting the next generation of conservation leaders.

Students had the opportunity to engage with leading experts, explore cutting-edge research, and contribute to the global conversation on conservation.

By sponsoring the students, DatacomIT aim to provide them with a unique opportunity to expand their knowledge, connect with like-minded individuals, and gain valuable insights that will contribute to their academic and professional growth.

Eamonn Donohoe, General Manager at DatacomIT attended the AICCM conference as a delegate to gain further insights into conservation and to bring back innovative ideas to enhance our commitment. Eamonn had the pleasure of meeting with the sponsored students where they shared perspectives on an industry they are all passionate about.

DatacomIT is excited about the positive impact these individuals will have on the future of conservation, and we are proud to be a part of their journey.