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Thursday, November 23
 

09:30

Thankyou
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Thankyou - Creating Change
Kirk Pereira is the Business Development Manager at Thankyou, a social enterprise that exists to empower people to play a part in ending global poverty through simple everyday purchases. Thankyou gives 100% of profits from its range of nearly 60 consumer products across water, body care, food and baby to fund access to safe water, sanitation, food and maternal and child health respectively. So far, they’ve given more than $5.5 million to help hundreds of thousands of people in need.

Growing up in India, Kirk saw the effects of poverty firsthand. It’s an experience that has motivated his professional journey and inspired a raw passion to eradicate global poverty in this lifetime. He shares the story of Thankyou so far - full of tough decisions, wild mistakes and daring moves that will inspire you to challenge convention. 

Presenters
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Kirk Pereira

Business Development Manager - Brand, Thankyou

Host Companies
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Thankyou

Thankyou is a social enterprise. We believe we can end global poverty in this lifetime, together. That's why we give 100% of the profits from our awesome products to helping people in need. To date, we’ve given over $5.5 million to projects in 20 countries.


Thursday November 23, 2017 09:30 - 10:15
Thankyou 108-112 Langridge Street, Collingwood, 3066

09:30

Girledworld (featuring Google, Australian Futures Project, #WTFAustralia, and Blackbird Ventures)
Limited Capacity seats available

Redefine the Workplace Paradigm: How to get women to stay, lead and succeed
girledworld will explore the third gender revolution as we unpack diversity as an innovation driver, hear from experts about purpose-driven female leadership, and smash up workplace status quo and unconscious biases. Join us to build your toolkit on how to drive cultural transition in a positive, sustainable way, and how to create connection between industry and education to build the female pipeline of future innovators, leaders and founders.

Presenters
avatar for Ralph Ashton

Ralph Ashton

Co-Founder & Executive Director, Australian Futures Project & #WTFAustralia
avatar for Nick Crocker

Nick Crocker

Partner, Blackbird Ventures
avatar for Madeleine Grummet

Madeleine Grummet

Co-Founder, Girledworld
avatar for Edwina Kolomanski

Edwina Kolomanski

Co-Founder, Girledworld
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Sally Ann Williams

Engineering Community & Outreach Program Manager, Google

Host Companies
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Girledworld

girledworld is an edtech startup building the next innovation generation of female leaders and founders. In an age of disruption, exponential technologies and a gender gap that’s not going away, we equip girls with enterprise skillsets, 21st century mindsets, access to real world industry role models and windows to the future of work... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 09:30 - 10:15
NAB The Hall, 700 Bourke St, Docklands, Melbourne

09:30

Time Out Australia
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Time Out exists to inspire our readers to make the most of their cities, and to further our mission of driving positive cultural change. In this talk, we will outline the ways in which Time Out navigates the ever-changing digital landscape, our innovative creative solutions strategies and what we're working towards in the future. Hear about what excites us about media, our brand, and Melbourne.

Presenters
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Elise Bucholtz

Client Service Director, Time Out Australia
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Rose Johnstone

Melbourne Editor, Time Out Australia

Host Companies
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Time Out Australia

Time Out is a lifestyle publisher with the sole aim to inspire it's readers to get out there and have more fun. Through world-class content and products, we connect our readers, brands and local businesses to the best of their city. We are global, but no one knows local better than we... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 09:30 - 10:15
Time Out 107 Canterbury Road, Middlepark, 3206

09:30

Spark Strategy
Limited Capacity seats available

Building Sustainable Business Models for the NFP Sector
Sustainable funding is today’s holy grail for not-for-profits, and it’s proving to be just as elusive. With the tightening of government purse strings, extreme policy shifts and increased competition, not-for-profits can no longer rely on traditional models to survive, they have to think differently about creating social value. This practical session will explore elements of the business model, and how these can serve as levers for survival and scale.

Presenters
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Felicity Green

Co-founder and Associate Director, Spark Strategy

Host Companies
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Spark Strategy

Spark is an agency for strategic thinking, transformation and sustained action. We believe ideas spark brighter futures and we’re about unearthing these ideas and bringing them to life. We work with Not for Profits, Private Sector and Government to unleash their potential, to... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 09:30 - 10:15
Spark Strategy 258a Coventry Street, South Melbourne, 3205

11:00

The School of Life Melbourne
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Creating Emotionally Intelligent Workplaces
The School of Life is a global organisation with a simple mission in mind: to increase the amount of emotional intelligence in circulation. We are seeking more emotionally intelligent kinds of relationships, leisure, culture and work. In this practical session, we explore why emotional intelligence is essential for the modern workplace and help you to identify which core emotional skills might assist your company or organisation in psychological growth and wellbeing.

Presenters
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Megan Sheehy

Director, The School of Life Melbourne

Host Companies
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The School of Life Melbourne

The School of Life is a global organisation dedicated to developing emotional intelligence. Founded in London in 2008 by Alain de Botton, it applies philosophy, psychology and culture to everyday life. You can find its classes, films, books, games and much more online and in its... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 11:00 - 11:45
The School of Life Melbourne 669 Bourke Street, Melbourne, 3000

11:00

Ecokit
Limited Capacity seats available

What is a sustainable home?
What really is true sustainability? At ecokit, we believe it’s our ability to sustain life. Physically, mentally, emotionally, socially & financially. 

Presenters
avatar for Camilla Novotna

Camilla Novotna

Founder, ecokit

Host Companies
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Ecokit

Ecokit stands for affordability, authenticity and most of all, community. We believe that good quality housing should be available to anyone, which is the core of what we do and why we do it.  | | Mostly, we don't believe that affordability and energy efficiency are exclusive to... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 11:00 - 11:45
Telstra Labs Level 2 242 Exhibition Street Melbourne

11:00

YGAP
Limited Capacity seats available

Fighting poverty with local heroes!
Come listen to how YGAP helps local heroes, what we call social impact entrepreneurs, making positive impacts on the lives of people living in poverty. We will tell you about some of the success stories and do a crash course on some techniques YGAP use to accelerate the work of early stage impact entrepreneurs around the world. Consider booking lunch next door at our social enterprise, the Feast of Merit restaurant (eat some great food whilst helping to make a difference).

Presenters
avatar for Patrick O'Callaghan

Patrick O'Callaghan

Manager Business Development and Partnerships, YGAP

Host Companies
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YGAP

YGAP is a not-for-profit organization with a mission to use entrepreneurship to improve the lives of one million people living in poverty in a significant and measurable way. We do this by running an accelerator program, that finds and backs early stage impact entrepreneurs who w... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 11:00 - 11:45
Ygap 111 Swan Street, Richmond, 3121
  • Host Organization Ygap

11:00

Chobani
Limited Capacity seats available

Doing Things the Right Way Instead of the Easy Way
Damian will share what he has learnt launching Chobani in Australia, taking the company from virtual start up to the #2 manufacturer in the Yogurt Category. And yes, there will be delicious samples for all attendees!

Presenters
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Damian Young

General Manager – Marketing, Chobani

Host Companies
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Chobani

Chobani has become the #1 Yogurt brand in the USA after launching a little over ten years ago. Chobani launched nationally into Australia in 2012, completely disrupting a conservative, predictable FMCG category.


Thursday November 23, 2017 11:00 - 11:45
Amazon Web Services Level 18, 8 Exhibition St, Melbourne 3000

11:00

Lonely Planet
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Serving the mobile traveler with Lonely Planet's Guides and Trips
Just as in 1973 when the company was founded, travelers continue to look to Lonely Planet for unbiased, well researched opinion to inform their trip. Technology has changed a lot in that time and so this session explores how Lonely Planet delivers on this promise across every medium that makes sense for the traveler. Lonely Planet's mobile product suite includes Trips and Guides - we talk through the strategy behind both.

Presenters
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Seb Neylan

Director, Online Marketing, Lonely Planet

Host Companies
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Lonely Planet

Lonely Planet is a leading travel media company and the world’s number one travel guidebook brand, providing both inspiring and trustworthy information for every kind of traveller since 1973. Over the past four decades, we’ve printed over 145 million guidebooks and grown a dedicated, passionate global community of travellers... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 11:00 - 11:45
Lonely Planet The Maltstore Level 3, 551 Swanston Street, Melbourne, 3053, VIC

11:00

Seven West Media
Limited Capacity seats available

Television is Dead. Long live Television.
The pace of change in the Australian Media landscape is accelerating. Traditional barriers to entry are falling, and global players are flocking to the Australian shores driving continued competition.
So how can one of Australia’s most well-known media companies stay relevant?
Global online video is increasing quickly, and there's still room for massive growth. Come hear from Seven West Media’s Director of Digital Sales for OTT Video and select Digital executives about how SWM is future proofing itself by continued focus on OTT Video and Live Streaming. The session will include details on using disruption as an enabler and how Seven is leading the way against its competitors as it shapes itself into a 21st century media company.

Presenters
avatar for James Bayes

James Bayes

Digital Sales Director, Seven West Media
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Will Hedberg

Commercial Manager - Digital, Seven West Media

Host Companies
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Seven West Media

Seven West Media is Australia’s leading multiple platform media company with a market-leading presence in broadcast television, magazine and newspaper publishing and online. The company is the home of many of Australia’s best performing media businesses – Seven, 7TWO and 7mate, P... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 11:00 - 11:45
Seven West Media 7,160 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands VIC 3008

12:30

Amazon Web Services
Limited Capacity full

Innovation at Scale. How does Amazon approach innovation?
Innovation and agility when you're an early stage startup is part of your competitive advantage, but how do you maintain that edge and continue to have the capacity for disruption as you scale and grow? Amazon is now over 20 years old, has a market cap of over $500B US, but prides itself on innovation still being core to its cultural DNA. This culture of building, experimenting and thinking big has been responsible for innovations like Kindle e-readers, the Alexa voice service, and the world leading cloud computing platform Amazon Web Services.

Presenters
avatar for Matt Allen

Matt Allen

Startup Business Development, Aus/NZ, Amazon Web Services

Host Companies
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Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a secure cloud services platform, offering computer power, database storage, content delivery and other functionality to help businesses scale and grow. Explore how millions of customers are currently leveraging AWS cloud products and solutions to bui... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 12:30 - 13:15
Amazon Web Services Level 18, 8 Exhibition St, Melbourne 3000

12:30

Cool Australia
Limited Capacity seats available

Changing the Face of Education
Understand how Cool Australia up skills educators and gives them the confidence and skills to become the creators of exceptional learning.

Presenters
avatar for Jason Kimberley

Jason Kimberley

Founder & CEO, Cool Australia

Host Companies
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Cool Australia

Cool Australia has more than 69,000 teacher members reaching more than 1.5 million students in 2017. With a turnover of $1.2 million this represents excellent value at just 80 cents per student. We bring the critical issues of environmental, economic and social sustainability int... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 12:30 - 13:15
Cool Australia 127a Chapel Street, Windsor, 3181

12:30

Telstra Labs
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Inside Telstra Labs: Future Tech and Innovation
Take a rare look inside Telstra Labs where emerging technologies such as augmented & virtual reality, internet of things and drones are being explored. Learn about the latest developments and imagine what role these future technologies can play in the lives of Australians. See how Telstra is supporting young innovative companies through it’s muru-D startup accelerator.  

Presenters
avatar for Matt Saraceni

Matt Saraceni

Innovation Community Manager, Telstra

Host Companies
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Telstra

Telstra Labs is a space to experiment and test new ideas with partners and customers. It includes Australia’s first publically-accessible Open IoT Lab, our muru-D Melbourne program and hosts a variety of community events... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 12:30 - 13:15
Telstra Labs Level 2 242 Exhibition Street Melbourne

12:30

Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
Limited Capacity seats available

ASRC Home and Hope Tour 
For 16 years, Kon Karapangiotidis, has been at the helm of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, providing home and hope for thousands of people seeking freedom and safety in Australia. Kon will lead you through the ASRC, and talk about 30 programs providing people with welcome, justice and hope. The ASRC shows that when people stand by their values and work together, another world is possible for refugees and Australians.

Presenters
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Kon Karapanagiotidis

CEO and Founder, Asylum Seeker Resource Centre

Host Companies
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Asylum Seeker Resource Centre

The ASRC is both a place and a movement. We are an independent not for profit organisation, whose programs support and empower people seeking asylum to maximise their own physical, mental and social wellbeing. As a movement, we mobilise and unite communities to create lasting soc... Read More →


12:30

Deloitte Centre for the Edge
Limited Capacity seats available

Exploring the Edges
Pete will talk about how Centre for the Edge keeps at the forefront of emerging technologies and the impact they can have on society and business. Centre for the Edge runs a community based business model with only 1.4 FTE but a community of 500 people within Deloitte and many more in their external networks, find out how a small team can make an impact that matters.

Presenters
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Pete Wiliiams

Chief Edge Officer, Deloitte Centre for the Edge Australia

Host Companies
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Deloitte

Centre for the Edge is a futures focussed think tank founded in Silicon Valley.  It focuses on things that aren’t on the executive agenda but ought to be.  It has chapters in Melbourne and Amsterdam, It is part of global professional services firm Deloitte


Thursday November 23, 2017 12:30 - 13:15
Deloitte 550 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000

12:30

Huddle
Limited Capacity full

What it takes to make impact: the hidden commitments 
This session is for curious and open-minded people who want to become masterful in their craft of designing meaningful alternate realities for humanity.

The session empowers people to maximise the impact of their work by unveiling a key awareness that’s required to ensure this level of impact can be manifested in the world.

We’re looking at six key ‘hidden commitments’.

Each time we take a stand for something, hidden commitments are included.

Our awareness of these hidden commitments changes everything—it affects your ability to gather new perspectives and insights and to pivot, to see possibilities, to ensure your design works within its context, and to ultimately create innovative solutions that positively impact people and the planet.

So, what are these six hidden commitments? When are we making them? And how do we step into them with awareness and power?

Join us to find out.

Presenters
avatar for Melis Senova

Melis Senova

Founder, Huddle

Host Companies
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Huddle

Huddle is a Human Centered Design agency specialising in value, strategic and service design. We work with visionary leaders passionate about transforming and creating the businesses, communities, services and institutions that positively impact the world. We believe in the peopl... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 12:30 - 13:15
Huddle Level 4, 45 William Street, Melbourne

15:00

Coder Academy
Limited Capacity seats available

How technology education is changing
The Coder Academy session will highlight how the world of education is moving away from the University model to help meet the needs of a tech community crying out for developers who can hit the ground running. We will highlight how our Bootcamp runs, the types of students we have, allow participants to experience the type of challenges students face. It will also show participants the role Makerspaces play in modern work settings and how hands on STEM play can be an important way to develop key skills.

Presenters
avatar for Sally Ericksen

Sally Ericksen

Education Partnerships Manager, Coder Academy
Experienced educator, tech enthusiast and current Education Manager at CoderAcademy Melbourne. Passionate about driving innovative educational technological experiences for people as career changers or students looking for entry into the world of tech

Host Companies
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Coder Academy

Since 2013, Coder Academy has provided a range of short workshops, online tutorials, part-time courses, school programs, and coding bootcamps in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, to equip our students with the in-demand coding and technology skills they need to tackle the future o... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 15:00 - 15:45
Coder Academy Level 8, 120 Spencer St, Melbourne VIC 3000

15:00

Vinomofo
Limited Capacity full

Creating a values driven, radically human workplace culture.
A behind the scenes look at what it takes to create a great place to work and a successful business. The two are inextricably linked and we'll pull back the curtains and share what works, what doesn't and what we're doing.

Presenters
avatar for Michael Ellis

Michael Ellis

Head of Culture, Vinomofo

Host Companies
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Vinomofo

We're an online retailer, changing the wine world. Telstra Victorian Business of the Year 2016 and featured in the Great Place to Work list in 2016.


Thursday November 23, 2017 15:00 - 15:45
Vinomofo Level 2/6 Palmer Pde, Cremorne VIC 3121

15:00

Lendlease
Limited Capacity seats available

Virtual Reality: How computer gaming technology is changing the way we design new buildings?
Learn how technological advances in gaming platforms are changing the process of design development and providing insights that could never be possible using traditional methods. Attendees will immerse themselves in a virtual reality experience and will be guided by architects as they teleport through a new world of design evolution.

Presenters
avatar for Luke Greenwood

Luke Greenwood

Group Head of Corporate Real Estate, Lendlease

Host Companies
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Lendlease

Founded in Sydney in 1958 by Dutch immigrant and innovator Dick Dusseldorp, Lendlease was born out of a vision to create a company that could successfully combine the disciplines of financing, development and investment. Headquartered in Sydney, Lendlease has approximately 12,000 employees internationally with regional head offices located in New York, Singapore and London... Read More →


15:00

Inspire9
Limited Capacity seats available

Community Driven Coworking: Shaping the Future of Work
Inspiring. Collaborative. Productive. Fun. Sustainable. If you wouldn’t define your workplace with any or all of those terms, you may have to ditch your own desk and take a seat at a coworking space near you. Even if you aren’t an entrepreneur or freelancer, the benefits of coworking is where our future of work is headed. Garry will talk through the community driven history of Inspire9 coworking, and how the power of the people involved have shaped the success of the startups and businesses within. The future is having the flexibility to “work your way” leading to greater productivity, job satisfaction and purpose in a space supported by its community, its people. 

Presenters
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Garry Williams

General Manager, Inspire9

Host Companies
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Inspire9

Inspire9 is the original community-led coworking space for startups, freelancers, creatives, social impact and emerging technologies. Our mission is to empower individuals and small teams to achieve big things by generating connections between members of our entrepreneurial and c... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 15:00 - 15:45
Inspire9 Level 1, 41 Stewart St, Melbourne VIC 3121

15:00

The Royals
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Bring creative industries and academia closer together 
We've recently launched Y2, our innovation researching and prototyping lab in partnership with Deakin University. It's an exciting venture that brings the creative industries and academia together in interesting ways. But it's not without its challenges. We will host a lively discussion about how industry and universities can work together better. This will include pro-tips, stories of failure, challenges and the rewards of pulling it off.

Presenters
avatar for Dave King

Dave King

Director of Innovation, The Royals

Host Companies

Thursday November 23, 2017 15:00 - 15:45
The Royals Level 3, 105-115 Dover St., Cremorne, 3121

15:00

B Lab Australia & New Zealand (featuring The Space Agency, and Wealth Enhancers)
Limited Capacity seats available

Rockstars of the New Economy
At some point, we’ve all dreamed of being a rockstar. Rockstars inspire us. They make us think, “That’s awesome! I want to do that.” Companies are proving that it’s possible to be the best in the world and also the best for the world. These businesses are inspiring us and the next generation of entrepreneurs because they are both high growth and high impact. Meet and hear from some of these B Corp who are redefining success in business at B Lab Australia & New Zealand’s HQ, The White House.

Presenters
avatar for Hugo Lamb

Hugo Lamb

Director & Co-Founder, The Space Agency
avatar for Rebecca Pritchard

Rebecca Pritchard

Gladiator, Wealth Enhancers
avatar for Charlie Syme

Charlie Syme

Marketing and Community Manager, B Lab Australia & New Zealand

Host Companies
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B Lab Australia & New Zealand

B Lab Australia & New Zealand is a nonprofit organisation that serves and supports the movement of entrepreneurs using business as a force for good.


Thursday November 23, 2017 15:00 - 15:45
B Lab Australia & New Zealand 11 Princes Street, St Kilda, 3182

16:30

Bellroy
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How Bellroy challenges convention in product design and responsible business
A behind the scenes look at how Bellroy approaches product design and responsible business. We think about getting to the right questions as being key to our success in product design and in business. Come and chat with us about how focussing on building great thinking practices, asking great questions and balancing art and science have helped us to make great products and to use business as a force for good in the world.

The session will be an interactive and fun look at how we think, what we care about, and why that matters.  

Presenters
avatar for Charlie Simson

Charlie Simson

Head of Flourishing and Head of Customer Experience, Bellroy

Host Companies
avatar for Bellroy

Bellroy

As a carry goods company, Bellroy puts its heart, soul and countless design hours into helping the world carry with greater simplicity and ease. Streamlining silhouettes, removing excess and finding the precise balance between form and function in every piece. And, as a certified B Corp, we constantly pursue better ways to source our leathers, reduce our impact and make our products last as long as possible... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 16:30 - 17:15
Bellroy Level 1, 421 Smith Street, Fitzroy

16:30

REA Group
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'Should I buy real estate in Second Life?' and other future problems.
This is a chance to experience first-hand the unique business operated by REA Group - their philosophies, their leaders, their approach to running a successful global property portal and lifestyle business in the face of relentless technology, social and competitor pressure. Get hands on with their business methods as well as the latest R&D into VR tools to gain an insight into the resilience of this $8b ASX-listed organisation that runs with the vigour of a startup.

Presenters
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Nigel Dalton

Chief Inventor, REA Group

Host Companies
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REA Group

REA Group operates the world's leading property portals, and is a property lifestyle media - a network of businesses throughout Australasia and the USA.


Thursday November 23, 2017 16:30 - 17:15
REA Group 511 Church Street, Richmond, 3121

16:30

Pozible
Limited Capacity seats available

Crowdfunding 101.
Welcome to Pozible - We crowd-fund Awesome Stuff! Discover how to Crowd-fund like a Pro.
Reward Based, Debt Based, Equity Based, Charity Based...we give you insight into the world of crowdfunding and why we are Australia's Number 1 Platform for Crowdfunding.

Presenters
avatar for Elliot Chapple

Elliot Chapple

Head of Marketing and Operations, Pozible

Host Companies
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Pozible

Pozible provides a platform for project creators to present their ideas to a connected audience, worldwide. If people love what you’re creating, they can support it by pledging money. In return, project creators offer rewards matched to the level of funding commitment.


Thursday November 23, 2017 16:30 - 17:15
Pozible Level 2, 108-112 Langridge St, Collingwood

16:30

General Assembly
Limited Capacity full

Intro to User Experience Design & Principles
This introductory class aims to demystify UX by giving a practical and simple introduction to what UX is, while also explaining some of the core concepts of user-centered design.

Presenters
avatar for Tim Evans

Tim Evans

Head of Design, My Local Broker

Host Companies
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General Assembly

General Assembly is a pioneer in education and career transformation, specializing in today’s most in-demand skills. The leading source for training, staffing, and career transitions, we foster a flourishing community of professionals pursuing careers they love. What began as a c... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 16:30 - 17:15
General Assembly Level 12A, 45 William Street, Melbourne, 3000

16:30

The Big Issue
Limited Capacity seats available

Helping people help themselves
As a leader in social enterprise in Australia, learn how The Big Issue uses practical social solutions to help tackle homelessness and disadvantage. With a positive social return of $5.50 for every $1 invested, The Big Issue is making a big impact across Australia.

Presenters
avatar for Louise Gray

Louise Gray

Partnerships & Fundraising Manager, The Big Issue
avatar for Amy Hetherington

Amy Hetherington

Editor – The Big Issue magazine, The Big Issue

Host Companies
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The Big Issue

The Big Issue is Australia’s longest standing and most significant social enterprise, dedicated to supporting and creating work opportunities for homeless, marginalised and disadvantaged people. The people we help come from a range of backgrounds including mental illness, homelessness, long-term unemployment, intellectual and physical disability, and drug and alcohol dependency, and are unable to access mainstream... Read More →


Thursday November 23, 2017 16:30 - 17:15
The Big Issue Basement Level, 227 Collins Street, Melbourne, 3000

17:30

Meetup thanks to Goose Island
Limited Capacity filling up

Join us for a drink (including beer tasting thanks to Goose Island) and some tasty bites as we MEETUP to share experiences and celebrate NewCo Melbourne.


Thursday November 23, 2017 17:30 - 19:30
Diesel 202 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, 3000