Call out for speakers for the Ethical Enterprise Conference 2018

Call Out for Speakers

Are you an expert in any of the seven themes of impact of this year’s conference? Are you a business owner, a leader, a social entrepreneur, a specialist in a particular field, an academic, a change-maker?

We are looking for passionate individuals that want to pass on their knowledge, share best practice and inspire people around the topic of future proofing business with purpose to ensure sustainable growth, and impact.

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About the Ethical Enterprise Conference 2018


The Ethical Enterprise Conference brings together exceptional thinkers, doers, entrepreneurs, academics and disruptors. It inspires hundreds of business owners, leaders and professionals. It provides an exceptional opportunity to share and pass on knowledge to others, meet leaders of extraordinary organisations, network with both the profit and not-for-profit sector.

Past speakers have included:
Peta Granger (Director Lush Australia); Malcolm Rands (Founder Eco Store); Phil Vernon (CEO Australian Ethical), Monica Meldrum (Founder Whole Kids) Professor Ross Honeywill (Author The Desire Economy), Elliot Costello (co-founder Ygap) and many more from diverse industries, representing the profit, not for profit and academic sectors.


EEC 2018

When:

25 and 26 October 2018


Where:

Asia Pacific Social Impact Centre, Melbourne Business School at the University of Melbourne, 198 Berkeley Street, Carlton Vic 3053


Why present

The Ethical Enterprise Conference is an opportunity to share your knowledge, skills and experience with a keen audience.

You will be able to boost your profile, meet new people, explore possible collaborations, strengthen your networks with a very broad and diverse audience.


How the conference will run

The two day conference will be a mixture of plenary and workshops. You can choose to present individually or bring together a panel during the plenary or you can run specific workshops.


What can you present on

This year we have identified seven themes of impact for the conference theme. Change, as mentioned, impacts businesses on multiple fronts. The Moral Fairground team has identified seven different areas likely to experience the greatest force of impact.


What and how to present

For workshops you will present practical tips and information, tools that the audience can use and implement. For plenary we are looking for key note speakers with original and interesting topics that could present a debate, or touch on innovation and change.
We recommend you present in the following formats:

  • Workshops
  • Panel Discussions
  • Key Note speakers engagement
  • Interactive workshops
  • Research findings
  • Facilitated discussions
  • Debates
Length of sessions
Sessions generally go from 45 to 60 minutes allowing 10 – 15 minutes of questions times


Speaker benefits

There are a few perks if you are selected as a speakers:

  • A full two-day conference registration for the Ethical Enterprise Conference, including access to all sessions, all food and drinks
  • A complimentary ticket to the Ethical Enterprise Award dinner on the 25th of October 2018
  • A 30% discount to purchase extra conference tickets for friend or colleagues

How to apply to be a speaker:

Deadline to submit your application for a speaking opportunity close on the 30th of June 2018. Once we receive your submission, the conference team will review all the submissions and will notify successful applicants by end of June 2018.

Speaker Application Form – click here to submit