Infrastructure Marketing Opportunities in 2021



Learn about the best opportunities in the Australian infrastructure industry in 2021 and get invaluable insights on how to build your brand and develop your marketing strategy.

After a year of uncertainty and challenges due to COVID, the infrastructure industry is set to play a significant role in Australia’s economic recovery. The government is funding a lot of different projects across the road, rail, port, airport and utility sectors, and we should start seeing some of this progress in 2021.

Key industry players will be looking for partners to help bring these projects to life so now is the best time for infrastructure companies to be thinking about how to use different marketing strategies to grab hold of these opportunities. It’s critical to get your company out there and seen by key industry decision makers.

Infrastructure magazine's Editor, Jessica Dickers, joined Infrastructure magazine's Managing Director, Chris Bland, for an exclusive webinar to discuss the industry outlook for the year ahead, and some of the new and unique ways you can connect with decision makers in 2021.

If you’re in the business of providing professional services or equipment to the infrastructure sector, this is one webinar you don’t want to miss!


Chris Bland

Managing Director - Monkey Media

Chris is a veteran of the B2B marketing sector, having been involved in the launch and publication of numerous magazines, events, digital publications and webinars over the past two decades. He has worked with many of the leading companies in the infrastructure sector, helping them to bring their message to the right audience on countless occasions.

Jessica Dickers

Editor - Infrastructure Magazine

Jessica is the Editor of Infrastructure magazine, an industry publication that has been running since 2017. Jessica has more than five years of experience in the B2B sector and has worked with companies across the infrastructure, utility and energy sectors. She has strong knowledge of the trends and challenges facing Australia’s infrastructure industry, and established connections with key infrastructure leaders and associations. Through her background in journalism, editing, content marketing, industry event program creation and editorial management, she knows what infrastructure companies need to be doing to get their message to cut through the noise and reach their target audience.