• AFR Innovation Summit

    The Innovation Summit goes beyond buzzwords and platitudes. It delves in to what needs to be done to create the capabilities, industries and the mentalities Australia needs for the future.

    30-31 July 2018
    Sofitel Wentworth Sydney

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Book before June 30 and SAVE | Special Govt, Academia and Start-Up rates available

Overview

Innovate to prosperity

As the technology wave builds, corporate Australia needs to adapt and innovate to compete on increasingly globalised markets. Artificial intelligence and the gig economy are being blamed for displacing workers and suppressing wages. Yet overall job growth remains strong and shortages of technology skills threaten to hold back the economy’s digital transformation. Big data is critical to serving customers better, yet data insecurity undermines customer trust. There’s never been more money for venture capital, yet some high profile startups have spectacularly fallen to earth.

Innovation and Science Australia’s 2017 report ‘Prosperity through Innovation’ secured government backing for ambitious moonshots such as a national mission on genomics fund and rescuing the Great Barrier Reef. But its call to recycle research & development tax concessions into direct grants has not been adopted.

The Australian Financial Review’s third Innovation Summit will gather leading policy makers, business leaders, technology experts and entrepreneurs to canvas whether Australia is doing enough to sustain and grow out envied national prosperity.

Agenda

8:30 AM

OPENING | Opening remarks from the Editor-in-Chief

  • Michael Stutchbury, Editor in Chief, The Australian Financial Review

8:30 AM

Deloitte Welcome

  • Clare Harding, Chief Strategy Officer, Deloitte

AUSTRALIA’S FUTURE WORKFORCE & INDUSTRIES – HOW WE ARRIVE THERE

8:40 AM

MINISTERIAL ADDRESS

  • Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash, Minister for Jobs & Innovation

9:05 AM

OPENING KEYNOTE | ‘Skilling Australia’s future workforce’

  • Tim Reed, CEO, MYOB

9:30 AM

SHADOW ADDRESS

  • The Hon Ed Husic MP, Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy & Future of Work

9:55 AM

INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE | How is it done?

  • Larry Keeley, President & Co-Founder, Doblin

10:20 AM

Networking and refreshment break

INNOVATION THROUGH THE CORPORATE LENS

10:40 AM

KEY MESSAGES | “Australia’s industries of the future”

  • Dr Larry Marshall, Chief Executive, CSIRO

10:55 AM

KEY MESSAGES | The evolution of an iconic Australian institution

  • Andrew Waldruck, Executive General Manager, Product & Innovation, Australia
    Post

11:10 AM

LEADERS ROUNDTABLE | ‘Developing AI without destroying the workforce and society’

The technological revolution has reinvigorated many industries yet the positives are often outweighed by fears that a changing workforce mean a greater loss of jobs, leading to greater distrust for corporations. Driving that fear is the negativity associated with AI and automation in general, our corporate leaders have an honest discussion about how their corporations are bringing into alignment their objectives to face uncertain times. Embracing change and transformation to create a positive impact on the economy whilst dealing with emerging technology.

  • Dr Larry Marshall, Chief Executive, CSIRO
  • Andrew Waldruck, Executive General Manager, Product & Innovation, Australia Post
  • Athalie Williams, Chief People Officer, BHP Billiton
  • Jason Pellegrino, Managing Director, Google Australia & New Zealand
  • Lee Hatton, CEO Ubank
  • Dr Jens Goennemann, Managing Director, Advanced Manufacturing Growth
    Centre, AMGC
  • Moderator: The Australian Financial Review

REFLECTIONS ON AUSTRALIA 2030 – PROSPERITY THROUGH INNOVATION

11:55 PM

REFLECTIONS ON REPORT

  • Bill Ferris AC, Chair, Innovation and Science Australia

EXCELLENCE IN AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

12:20 PM

KEYNOTE | Driving innovative growth through a G-8 university – A vice-chancellor’s perspective

Brookings Institute identified our G8 universities as key in our innovative efforts to ensure Australia’s future success. The chair of Universities Australia & President & Vice-Chancellor of Monash explains why.

  • Professor Margaret Gardner AO, Chair, Universities Australia & President &
    Vice-Chancellor, Monash University

INSPIRATION & ASPIRATIONS

12:45 PM

INSIGHTS | Innovation on the ground

  • Scott Middleton, CEO, Terem Technologies

1:00 PM

Lunch and networking break

CONCURRENT SESSIONS 13:45PM – 17:30PM

1:45 PM

Stream: TECHNOLOGY

KEYNOTE | The quantum leap

A brief explanation why Quantum technology & investment is important to Australia now.

  • Professor Michael Biercuk, Director, Quantum Control Laboratory, Chief
    Investigator, ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems, The
    University of Sydney

1:45 PM

Stream: GROWTH

INSIGHTS | Productivity, IP and competition

  • Dr Stephen King, Commissioner, Productivity Commission

2:00 PM

Stream: TECHNOLOGY

ROUNDTABLE | The quiet emergence of the Quantum economy & Station Q’s global role

This discussion will explore the unique relationship between the University of Sydney and Microsoft Corporation plus the CSIRO Innovation Fund’s investment into the technology.

  • Professor Michael Biercuk, Director, Quantum Control Laboratory, Chief
    Investigator, ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems, The
    University of Sydney
  • Professor David Reilly, Principal Researcher & Director, Microsoft Station Q,
    The University of Sydney
  • Dr Maja Cassidy, Senior Research Scientist, Microsoft Station Q, The University
    of Sydney
  • Phil Morle, Partner, Main Sequence Ventures, CSIRO Innovation Fund
  • Moderator: John Davidson, Columnist, The Australian Financial Review

2:00 PM

Stream: GROWTH

ROUNDTABLE | Why cluster?

The Growth Centres are a vital part of our innovation ecosystems and in this session, we will hear from the start-ups / SME’s working closely with the six centres. They will highlight the importance of clusters and hubs in our innovation initiatives.

  • Dr Justin Coombs, CEO, Carina Biotech
  • Facilitator: The Australian Financial Review

2:35 PM

Stream: TECHNOLOGY

INTERVIEW | How Australia can lead in ‘Deep tech’

Cicada Innovations has just picked global incubator of the year and the CEO will share with us why the incubator is another key to getting Australia there with deep and emerging technology.

  • Petra Andrén, CEO, Cicada Innovations
  • Moderator: Yolanda Redrup, Journalist, The Australian Financial Review

2:35 PM

Stream: GROWTH

INSIGHTS | Creating a revolution

The democratisation of design is at the heart of every successful product and if that product is universally appealing your chance of a global revolution is greater. One successful Australian start-up will explain why Canva was appealing at the right time to end users and investors alike.

  • Cameron Adams, Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer, Canva

2:55 PM

Stream: TECHNOLOGY

ROUNDTABLE | It is not just about Elon & Jeff

Should Australia join the space race? Are we investing in AgTech sufficiently? We explore why we should care about deep technologies and emerging industries and why entrepreneurs like Elon Musk & Jeff Bezos are putting their money in such ventures.

  • Dr Mirjana Prica, Managing Director, Food Innovation Australia (FIAL)
  • Anastasia Volkova, Founder & CEO, Flurosat
  • Andrew Lai, Executive Director, SproutX
  • Flavia Tata Nardini, Co-Founder & CEO, Fleet Space Technologies
  • Spencer Maughan, Partner, Finistere Ventures & Visiting Fellow, United States Studies Centre
  • Moderator: The Australian Financial Review

2:55 PM

Stream: GROWTH

ROUNDTABLE | ‘Should Australia be going cashless?’

Innovation is occurring at lightning speed in the payments space revolutionising the way we pay for services and transact. Greater digitisation is resulting in the frictionless experience we all desire and with trends like self-authentication and the greater use of biometrics we ask what is the future and should Australia go cashless?

  • Pete Steel, Executive General Manager – Digital, Commonwealth Bank of Australia (TBC)
  • Matt Wood, Head of Digital Products & Solutions Australia, New Zealand & South Pacific, VISA
  • Richard Miller, Head of Payments, Deloitte
  • Moderator: The Australian Financial Review

3:30 PM

Networking and refreshment break

3:50 PM

Stream: GET ‘IT’ DONE

INTERVIEW | ‘Operating like a start-up’ – can innovation labs get big companies moving fast?

The innovation labs are at the heart of their organisations efforts to innovate and remain relevant in the face of so much competition and disruption. There are also opportunities with emerging industries and technologies that incubators are facilitating. These two diverse organisations are embracing opportunity and we find out how their efforts are placing them at the cutting edge of their respective industries.

  • Dr Anna Lavelle, Chair, ANDHealth
  • Heath Brown, Executive Manager Client, Employee and Community, Innovation,
    CommBank Innovation Labs, Commonwealth Bank
  • Moderator: The Australian Financial Review

3:50 PM

Stream: TAKE IT ON BOARD

INTERVIEW | Most innovative companies in OZ

The AFR’s Most Innovative Company awards feature some of the most innovative companies in Australia and Lendlease is one of them. The Group Head of Innovation Culture will share the reasons why whilst Amantha Imber offers insights into what makes companies stand-out year after year.

  • Dr Amantha Imber, Founder and CEO of Inventium
  • Jasna Sims, Group Head of Innovation, Lendlease
  • Moderator: The Australian Financial Review

4:20 PM

Stream: GET ‘IT’ DONE

KEYNOTE | R into D (Commercialisation)

Australians are great on research but slow on development and some of our greatest inventions were commercialised abroad. This session will highlight why that might be the case and why we must make every effort collectively to improve our development capabilities and accelerate commercialisation locally.

  • Larry Lopez, Director of Accelerating Commercialisation Strategy,
    Department of Industry, Innovation and Science

4:20 PM

Stream: TAKE IT ON BOARD

INSIGHTS | ‘Using cloud to change the game’

  • Dr Pete Stanski, Senior Manager Solutions Architecture, Amazon Web Services (TBC)

INSIGHTS | How ‘Sci-tech could be the next trillion dollar market for Australia

Scientists, technologists, engineers, and visionaries are building the future and possibly the next trillion dollar industries. Is Australia in the race?

  • Dr Yao Weiguang, Chief Technology Officer, Asia Pacific R&D & Global Director, New Ventures for Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, The Dow Chemical Company

4:50 PM

Stream: GET ‘IT’ DONE

UNCONFERENCE SESSION | Ideas into industry

This session will explore how we turn ideas into action and in turn into industries. We let the audience decide what to talk about.

  • Andy Bateman, National Lead Partner, Innovation Strategy, Deloitte Australia
  • Spencer Maughan, Visiting Fellow – Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program, United States Studies Centre & Partner, Finistere Ventures
  • Alison Hardacre, Co-Founder & Managing Director HealthKit
  • Pete McConnell, CEO & Founder, Commtract
  • Richard Dale, Committee Member, Sydney Angels
  • Dr Christian Behrenbruch, CEO & Managing Director, Telix Pharmaceuticals
  • Facilitator: The Australian Financial Review

4:50 PM

Stream: TAKE IT ON BOARD

UNCONFERENCE SESSION | What AI will & won’t do

This session will debate all things AI, encouraging audience participation to join the conversation with our panel of experts and practitioners.

  • Facilitator: Jason Bender, Partner: Innovation, Automation. Cognitive/AI, Digital Transformation, Culture Change, Deloitte

5:30 PM

Close of Day One and Networking Drinks

8:55 AM

Opening remarks from the Technology Editor

  • Paul Smith, Technology Editor, Australian Financial Review

GETTING AUSTRALIA THERE

9:00 AM

OPENING KEYNOTE

  • Adrian Turner, Chair, Cyber Security Growth Centre & CEO, CSIRO Data61

9:25 AM

INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE | Creating a culture of innovation – from mindsets to action

  • Angela Lee, Chief Innovation Officer & Associate Dean, Columbia Business
    School & Founder 37 Angels

CHANGING THE GAME DOWN UNDER

9:50 AM

INSIGHTS | “Putting a Face onto AI: After “Nadia” – Get Ready for the Digital Human Workforce”

  • Marie Johnson, Managing Director & Chief Digital Officer, Centre for Digital
    Business

10:15 AM

OPENING ROUNDTABLE | ‘Data driven economy – has business already blown it?’

The level of innovation occurring around open data globally is both exciting and concerning. We look closely at some of the trade-offs especially considering so many recent data breeches that cannot be ignored. We will discuss why innovation needs to happen around our privacy both as citizens and customers and why the regulation needs to be right.

  • Scott Farrell, Chair, Review into open-banking in Australia
  • Professor Hugh Bradlow, President, Australian Academy of Technology and
    Engineering
  • Van Le, Co-Founder, Strategist & Innovator, Xinja
  • Belinda Gibson, Non-Executive Director, Brisbane Airport, Ausgrid & Citi Group
  • Adrian Turner, Chair, Cyber Security Growth Centre & CEO, CSIRO Data61
  • Moderator: The Australian Financial Review

11:00 AM

Networking and refreshment break

AUSTRALIA’S MOONSHOTS

11:20 AM

The Great Barrier Reef Project – going after Mars

The latest infusion of funds from the Australian Government a $444 million package to be exact will ensure the Great Barrier Reef Foundation achieves some milestones in preserving the reef. Can the foundation achieve the desired moon shots with its innovative efforts? Will it also engage the international community to tackle the big climate change issues? Going for Mars after the moon could be on the cards for the foundation to ensure a sustainable future for the reef.

  • Professor Greg Qiao, Professor of Macromolecular Chemistry and Engineering, Melbourne School of Engineering, The University of Melbourne & The Barrier Reef Foundation

11:40 AM

INSIGHTS & INTERVIEW | Can Australia ever have a tech industry to rival Israel?

  • Tal Chen, Corporate Finance Partner, Deloitte Israel
  • Advance Queensland Mission Israel Project Insights
  • Brian Ruddle, Managing Director, Impact Innovation Group
  • Mark Xavier, Managing Director, V-Tol Aerospace
  • Moderator: The Australian Financial Review

12:15 PM

VC ROUNDTABLE | ‘Funding Australia’s future industry giants’

What are the top VCs looking for in emerging stars and when will we see the next breakout performer?

  • Niki Scevak, Co-Founder, Blackbird Ventures
  • Daniel Petre, Partner, AirTree Ventures & Director, Innovation and Science Australia
  • Todd Forest, Managing Director, NAB Ventures
  • Martin Duursma, Partner, Main Sequence Ventures – CSIRO Innovation Fund
  • Angela Lee, Chief Innovation Officer & Associate Dean, Columbia Business School & Founder 37 Angels
  • Moderator: The Australian Financial Review

1:00 PM

Lunch & networking break

HOW WE MAKE IT HAPPEN

1:40 PM

What do our universities need from business to get commercial collaboration happening?

  • Professor Glenn Wightwick, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Innovation and Enterprise, The University of Technology
  • Dr Miranda Taylor, CEO, NERA

2:00 PM

What Australia’s workforce will need to thrive and survive

  • Dominic Price, Head of Research and Development and Work Futurist, Atlassian

2:20 PM

What the organisation of the future looks like

  • Robert Wickham, Regional Vice President, Platform & Ecosystem Innovation Asia Pacific, Salesforce

2:40 PM

Are you cyber-physical system ready?

  • Professor Genevieve Bell, Distinguished Professor, Australian National University, Vice President & Senior Fellow, Intel Corporation

3:00 PM

ROUNDTABLE | ‘Which big ideas can Australia grasp to lead the world?’

Missions need to inspire Australians to aim high and dream big, catalysing lasting shifts towards a culture of innovation and new approaches across the innovation system. They need leaders to sponsor the mission and a narrative that inspires innovators and the community to invest in the mission and the Australian innovation system. They should also show that they can engage a broad base of support, including leading experts, industry, the Australian public and bipartisan political support. *Australia 2030 – Prosperity through innovation.

  • Professor Chris Goodnow, Executive Director, Garvan Institute
  • Kylie Walker, CEO, Science & Technology Australia AND Chair, Australia National Commission for UNESCO
  • Professor Greg Qiao, Professor of Macromolecular Chemistry and Engineering,
    Melbourne School of Engineering, The University of Melbourne
  • Professor Bronwyn Harch, Director, Innovation & Science Australia
  • Sue MacLeman, Non-Executive Director, MTP Connect
  • Moderator: The Australian Financial Review

3:45 PM

Afternoon networking & refreshment break

THE HOT ISSUES

4:00 PM

CLOSING ROUNDTABLE | Are the global platforms exercising too much power?

4:45 PM

CLOSING ROUNDTABLE | Can Australia be globally competitive for the next 20 years?

Looking at
Immigration & diversity
Competition
R&D Tax incentives
The battle for precincts & big tech firms

  • Dr Charlie Day, CEO, Office of Science & Innovation Australia
  • Dr Jackie Fairley, CEO & President, Starpharma
  • Dr Tim Boyle, Leader, Business Development & Innovation, ANSTO
  • Ric Gros, CEO, METS Ignited
  • Megan Houghton, Executive General Manager Energy Solutions, ERM Power
  • Laura Anderson, Chair, LaunchVic
  • Michelle Price, CEO, Cyber Security Growth Centre
  • Greg Pratt, Partner, Deloitte
  • Moderator: The Australian Financial Review

5:30 PM

Close of Summit

Speakers

Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash
Minister for Jobs & Innovation

Bill Ferris AC
Chair, Innovation & Science Australia

The Hon Ed Husic MP
Shadow Minister for Employment Services, Workforce Participation & Future of Work; Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy

Dr Charlie Day
CEO, Office of Science & Innovation Australia

Professor Margaret Gardner AO
Chair, Universities Australia & President & Vice-Chancellor, Monash University

Athalie Williams
Chief People Officer, BHP Billiton

Dr Larry Marshall
Chief Executive, CSIRO

Angela Lee
Chief Innovation Officer & Associate Dean, Columbia Business School & Founder 37 Angels

Scott Farrell
Chair, Review into open-banking in Australia

Larry Keeley
President & Co-Founder, Doblin

Jason Pellegrino
Managing Director, Google Australia & New Zealand

Petra Andrén
CEO, Cicada Innovations

Andrew Waldruck
Executive General Manager, Product & Innovation, Australia Post

Dr Jens Goennemann
Managing Director, Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre, AMGC

Jasna Sims
Group Head of Innovation, Lendlease

Tim Reed
CEO, MYOB

Dr Mirjana Prica
Managing Director, Food Innovation Australia (FIAL)

Scott Middleton
CEO, Terem Technologies

Larry Lopez
Director of Accelerating Commercialisation Strategy, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science

Professor Michael Biercuk
Director, Quantum Control Laboratory, Chief Investigator, ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems, The University of Sydney

Marie Johnson
Managing Director & Chief Digital Officer, Centre for Digital Business

Professor David Reilly
Principal Researcher & Director, Microsoft Station Q, The University of Sydney

Dr Maja Cassidy
Senior Research Scientist, Microsoft Station Q, The University of Sydney

Phil Morle
Partner, Main Sequence Ventures, CSIRO Innovation Fund

Flavia Tata Nardini
CEO, FLEET

Andrew Lai
Executive Director, SproutX

Dr Anastasia Volkova
CEO & Founder, Flurosat

Heath Brown
Executive Manager Client, Employee and Community, Innovation, CommBank Innovation Labs, Commonwealth Bank

Spencer Maughan
Visiting Fellow – Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program, United States Studies Centre & Partner, Finistere Ventures

Peter McConnell
CEO & Founder, Commtract

Jason Bender
Partner, Head of Innovation, Deloitte Australia

Megan Houghton
Executive General Manager Energy Solution, ERM Power

Dr Amantha Imber
Founder and CEO of Inventium

Adrian Turner
Chair, Cyber Security Growth Centre & CEO, CSIRO Data61

Professor Hugh Bradlow
President, Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering

Van Le
Co-Founder, Strategist & Innovator, Xinja

Professor Greg Qiao
Professor of Macromolecular Chemistry and Engineering, Melbourne School of Engineering, The University of Melbourne

Niki Scevak
Co-Founder, Blackbird Ventures

Daniel Petre
Partner, AirTree Ventures & Director, Innovation and Science Australia

Todd Forest
Managing Director, NAB Ventures

Professor Glenn Wightwick
Deputy Vice-Chancellor Innovation and Enterprise, The University of Technology

Dominic Price
Head of Research and Development and Work Futurist, Atlassian

Professor Bronwyn Harch
Director, Innovation & Science Australia

Sue MacLeman
Non-Executive Director, MTP Connect

Laura Anderson
Chair, LaunchVic

Michelle Price
CEO, Cyber Security Growth Centre

Miranda Taylor
CEO, NERA

Dr Tim Boyle
Leader, Business Development & Innovation, ANSTO

Ric Gros
CEO, METS Ignited

Professor Genevieve Bell
Distinguished Professor, Australian National University, Vice President & Senior Fellow, Intel Corporation

Brian Ruddle
Managing Director, Impact Innovation Group

Richard Dale
Committee Member, Sydney Angels

Alison Hardacre
Co-Founder & Managing Director, HealthKit

Mark Xavier
Managing Director, V-Tol Aerospace

Dr Justin Coombs
CEO, Carina Biotech

Clare Harding
Chief Strategy Officer, Deloitte

Jason Bender
Partner, Head of Innovation, Deloitte Australia

Andy Bateman
National Lead Partner, Innovation Strategy, Deloitte Australia

Tal Chen
Corporate Finance Partner, Deloitte

Michael Stutchbury
Editor in Chief, The Australian Financial Review

Yolanda Redrup
Journalist, The Australian Financial Review

Paul Smith
Technology Editor, The Australian Financial Review

John Davidson
Columnist, The Australian Financial Review

2017 Attendees

  • ACOLA
  • Advanced Manufacuting Growth Centre (AGMC)
  • Altus Traffic
  • AOFM
  • ARC Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation & Communication, UNSW Sydney
  • Asurion LLC
  • Atlassian
  • Australian Academy of Technology & Engineering
  • Australian CleanTech
  • Australian Private Equity & Venture Capital Association Ltd
  • Australian Taxation Office
  • BAE Systems Australia
  • Baillieu Holst
  • BCAL Diagnostics Pty Ltd
  • BioFoundry
  • Blackbird Ventures
  • Boeing Australia & New Zealand
  • British High Commission
  • Burnet Institute
  • Challenger Limited
  • Chase Consulting
  • Chatsworth Associates
  • Cicada Innovations
  • Cook Medical
  • Crazy Might Work
  • Crescent Wealth
  • CSBP Ltd
  • CSIRO
  • Deakin University
  • Deloitte
  • Deloitte Australia
  • Department of Industry
  • Department of Industry Innovation
  • Department of Industry, Innovation & Science
  • Dept of Industry, Innovation & Science
  • Dept of the Attorney- General & Justice
  • DSITI- Queensland Government
  • EBL Disability Services
  • Edison Group
  • Elabor8
  • Energy QLD
  • Energy Queensland
  • Fairfax Media
  • Flamingo
  • F-OFF: Fear of Failure Forum
  • Foley Durham
  • Food Innovation Australia Ltd
  • Freelancer.com
  • Future Fund
  • Garvan Institute of Medical Research
  • Gretals Australia PTY LTD
  • Gumtree
  • Hatch
  • IAG
  • Ideapod
  • Innovation & Science Australia
  • Innovation and Science Australia
  • Innovative Manufacturing CRC
  • Institute of Public Accountants
  • Intent Global Pty Ltd
  • Inventium
  • Job Capital
  • Johnson and Johnson Innovation
  • King & Wood Mallesons
  • Laing O’Rourke
  • Landgate
  • Lendlease
  • Lighthouse Strategies
  • Magnify Innovation
  • Marubeni Australia Limited
  • METS Ignited
  • Monash University
  • MTPConnect
  • MYOB
  • MyPass Global
  • NAB
  • NATSPEC Construction Information
  • NERA
  • Norths
  • Novartis Pharmaceuticals Australia
  • Office of National Assessments
  • Ogilvy Public Relations
  • Oil Search Ltd
  • Owenell Global Consultancy
  • Pathfinder Consulting Group Pty Ltd
  • Powershop Australia & Meridian Energy Australia
  • PresCare
  • QxBranch
  • RACGP
  • Rasmax Consultants
  • Refraction Media
  • Replenish Earth
  • Richard A Bobb Chartered Accountants
  • Rural Industries RDC Charles Sturt University
  • SHAVIK Smarter Integrated Software
  • Singularity University
  • Sprout X
  • Standards Australia
  • Stanley and Co.
  • Stockpot
  • Stone & Chalk
  • Suncorp
  • Sydney School of Entrepreneuship
  • SYPAQ
  • TechInSA
  • Telstra
  • Terem Technologies
  • The Australian Financial Review
  • The Ethics Centre
  • The University of Melbourne
  • The University of Technology
  • Universities Australia
  • University of Adelaide
  • University of Wollongong
  • UTS
  • Western Sydney University
  • Wrays
  • Zenda Life Foods
  • Ziva


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30 – 31 Jul 2018

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