The Next Opportunity

Human potential is limitless. Realising it is a journey. That's more important than ever post-pandemic. Let's explore how can we together enable people, organizations and societies to realise their potential. One step at a time. Through technology. Through talent. Through always seeking the next.


Inspiring Speakers

From the most compelling visionaries to enterprise game-changers, APAC Confluence has come to be known for its line-up of speakers. We are curating an eclectic mix for the 2023 edition as well. Keep watching this space for updates.


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Saturday, January 28th

A fireside Chat into the making of Jayne Hrdlicka, CEO, Virgin Australia, one of only 4 women CEOs to lead an airline in the world. Dive into a fascinating session about fearless leadership, practicing a risk and growth mindset and the importance of diversity.

Sunday, January 29th

We will meet at the Garden Square entrance of Melbourne Park at 6.40 am.

A fireside chat about the story of cricketing legend Adam Gilchrist and how he achieved greatness with flamboyance, ethics and grace

According to a recent Infosys research, Data & AI could generate 467bn$ in incremental profits worldwide and have become cornerstone of enterprises looking to gain a competitive edge. This session will cover how leaders are using sustainable strategies around improving data practices, building trust in advanced AI, and integrating AI with business operations keeping customer experience at the core.

The telecom industry today is enhancing the digital fabric of our world today by connecting people with technology. Hear from leaders on how they are building a digital ecosystem for lasting business success that connects systems, people, processes and partnerships – for the benefit of our society.




The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), also known locally as "The 'G",[4] is an Australian sports stadium located in Yarra Park, Melbourne, Victoria.[5] Founded and managed by the Melbourne Cricket Club, it is the largest stadium in the Southern Hemisphere, the 11th largest globally, and the second largest cricket ground by capacity.

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Bigger Yet Greener: A Fully Carbon-Neutral Event

At Infosys APAC Confluence 2023, you will be a part of something greater - partaking in our mission toward a sustainable future and we are proud to announce that this will be a fully carbon-neutral event.

Here are our efforts that make this a fully carbon-neutral event:

  • Calculating the total emissions for the conference using global standards
  • Utilizing recyclable branding materials
  • Offsetting avoidable emissions using sustainable methods and materials
  • Offsetting all unavoidable emissions through carbon credits from Infosys-owned, internationally certified Gold Standard carbon offset projects
  • Using energy-efficient equipment for the confluence
  • Reducing food wastage and implementing a composting program for all unavoidable wastage
  • Deploying a special green initiative team to ensure all sustainable practices at the event

Begin Your Journey

Here's a quick guide to help you plan your participation at Confluence.


You can register for the event by either clicking the “Register Now” button above or below.

Should you have any queries regarding APAC Confluence 2023, we'll be happy to help. Please email the Confluence team at

Yes, you will receive a confirmation email once you successfully complete your registration.

You should fly into Melbourne Airport (MEL). The venue is approximately 35 minutes from the airport.

The conference will start with the onsite check in at 11.30 am on January 28th, 2023.

The dress code for the conference is smart casuals.

The conference is an exclusive invitation-only event. There is no attendance fee for the delegates.

All sessions and communications for the conference will be in English.