NSW Taxi Industry State Conference 2015

22 October 2015 | NSW Taxi Council


Sunday 25 October - Tuesday 27 October 2015 at the Rooty Hill Conference and Exhibition Centre.
Testimonials from the 2014 NSW State Conference

“The 2014 State Conference provided an occasion for city, rural and regional members to come together at a time when taxi services are being challenged both worldwide and on our own doorstep. The speakers and content were highly relevant, with the conference sessions providing everyone a chance to ask questions, raise issues and gain up-to-date knowledge about the industry. The supplier displays also provided an opportunity to learn about the latest vehicles, equipment and support services on offer to the Industry. For a first time conference it was professional and well organised.

With the taxi industry continuing to face aggressive competition, I would recommend that this year’s conference is a must for any member who wants to get firsthand knowledge of where the industry is at present and where it’s heading so they can prepare their business for the future."

Rhonda Chesterton

General Manager, Premier Cabs


"The Rooty Hill location is easy to reach for people travelling from the regional and country areas. It’s important to attend, as it offers members the opportunity to express their views in an environment where everyone supports the best interests of the industry. You get a certain level of comradeship and I’ve personally learnt something from every presenter that I’ve listened to. You also learn a lot from the other operators about how to set and improve business standards and how to best take advantage of opportunities. We have a collective voice and it’s important for us to express ourselves and address industry concerns in a positive environment. I would advise everyone to attend if they have the opportunity."

Ian Favero

Taxi Operator


"All members of our industry should not miss the opportunity to attend the Annual State Conference planned for October this year at Rooty Hill in Western Sydney. It gives everyone involved in our industry the chance to meet high ranking members from many industries associated with taxis including the Department of Veterans Affairs, Roads and Maritime Services and Zurich Insurance. There are numerous sponsors involved, many of whom have the latest technical equipment and advances to assist our industry in keeping up to date and commercially viable."

John Collins

Wagga Radio Cabs