Sep 20
INVENIO goes online for RMIT MAEA Industry Day 2020

Melbourne, Australia, September 2020 – Today’s students are the talents and movers of industry tomorrow. Despite prevailing restrictions on public gatherings during the Victorian government’s Stage 4 lockdown on Melbourne, INVENIO Pty Ltd continued its commitment towards student bodies by co-sponsoring the RMIT MAEA Industry Day 2020.

Organised by the RMIT Mechanical & Automotive Engineering Association and held for the first time on a virtual online platform, the Industry Day 2020 was attended by over 400 students from RMIT and other institutions. Using the online platform, students could interact with representatives from 24 industry partners and government bodies through chat forums and video conferencing.

The event recorded nearly 2,000 interactions between students and exhibitors. Many attendees were eager to know more about future opportunities in the Australian industry and how they could better prepare themselves and their coursework for employment. Several key INVENIO consultants were present throughout the whole virtual event to take their questions and provide useful advice that is relevant to their studies and future career goals.

During the event, INVENIO’s Business Development Manager, Asad Ali, was invited to be a panellist on the Industry Discussion Panel. There he talked on various subjects, from what students should do to secure a graduate position, what employers look for in fresh graduates, and important attitudes to have as an engineer.

“It is exciting to see just how eager Australia’s students are towards contributing their skills and talent to the Australian industry,” said Asad. “Thanks to the RMIT MAEA, we were touch base with several promising local and international students. As a leading business solutions provider, we hope that we will be able to connect them to the right career opportunities in the future.”

“INVENIO’s sponsorship of the MAEA Industry Day 2020 went a long way in helping make the event a success and in turn, give a well needed boost to the career prospects and morale of so many engineering students,” said Harrison Schipke, event organiser and founding president of MAEA, and recipient of the INVENIO Award for the RMIT School of Engineering’s Best Automotive Engineering student.

Founded in 1990, INVENIO is a pioneering business solutions provider with world-class expertise in Design and Manufacturing Software, business services, and recruitment. With a long and successful history in catering to a range of industries such as Aerospace, Automotive, Consumer Goods, Consumer Packaged Goods, Defence, Engineering, Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Mining and Oil & Gas, INVENIO has a network of highly qualified associates with working experience ranging from start-ups to blue-chip companies and government agencies to meet the ever-changing needs of the market in providing flexible and quick-to-market solutions. INVENIO’s excellence in this field was recently recognised for the second year running by Dassault Systèmes with a Gold Partner status. This award acknowledges INVENIO as the only Dassault Gold Partner (2018, 2019) in Australia and New Zealand selling the CATIA, ENOVIA, DELMIA and the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. In addition to that, INVENIO is an authorised reseller of SOLIDWORKS software in Australia and New Zealand and was awarded the 2019 “Top New Reseller of the Year” award for the Asia Pacific South region.

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