This year the Australasian Association of Professional Organisers (AAPO) is celebrating National Organising Week from 8th – 14th September by showing people how a few simple organising steps can create a wave of change that will enable them to get want they want from their homes, business and lives.
AAPO will be helping people all around Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and online to deal with their individual organising challenges and create a wave of change for the future.
National Organising Week (NOW) is the Professional Organising Industry’s way of giving back to our communities and showing people how simple it can be to improve your world through getting organised. AAPO President Narelle Todd.
AAPO has so many ways you can take part:
- On Wednesday 10th September you will see a ‘flash mob’ of soft toys and 1800 GOT-JUNK trucks heading to Bondi Junction Oxford Street Mall
- Professional Organisers will be popping up with Flash Junk Trucks in most capital cities. Standing out in their orange shirts, AAPO organisers will be providing great information to help you get organised at these events.
- Catch the AAPO Blog for information about National Organising Week plus fantastic information to help you get organised and create the life you want.
- Subscribe to the AAPO Newsletter for great information on the Professional Organising industry as well as other valuable information
About AAPO & Professional Organisers
National Organising Week was created by the Australasian Association of Professional Organisers (AAPO) in 2007. It is one of the major events on the AAPO calendar and provides a great platform to raise the profile of the association, its members and the professional organising industry.
Professional Organisers create customised solutions to help others get organised.
A Professional Organiser provides education; hands on help and moral support to assist clients find balance and restore order to their lives.
A Professional Organiser can make a noticeable contribution to the effectiveness of homes and workplaces.
AAPO, a not for profit, was incorporated in November 2005 and is the peak body for Professional Organisers in Australasian region.
Over 230 members share a passion for organising, developing the industry and undertaking ongoing professional development to offer clients the highest standard of service.
AAPO is part of the International Federation of Professional Organisers, whose members include similar associations in the USA, Japan, Netherlands and Canada.