Ethical Enterprise Conference 2017

16th and 17th of October 2017 Melbourne

Ethical Enterprise Conference 2017

The 2017 Ethical Enterprise Conference

Challenging the traditional to inspire the extraordinary

Bringing together a group of exceptional thinkers, doers, entrepreneurs and disruptors, this year’s Ethical Enterprise Conference aims to challenge traditional business models and inspire us to create something extraordinary by doing things differently. We’ll explore how, through adaptation and innovation, we can change our mindsets and transform our thinking and, in turn, our businesses.


Ethical Enterprise Conference & Award 2017

Monday 16th & Tuesday 17th of October 2017
Conference: 9.00am to 5.30pm
Award Dinner: 16th October 2017: 6.30pm to 10.00pm

VENUE: William Angliss Institute
555 La Trobe Street,
Victoria 3000, Australia


Ticketing Information


Who should attend?
Why should you attend?
What can you expect?
Entrepreneurs, managers of for-profit and not-for-profit businesses, start ups, social enterprises, business-with-purpose – and anyone interested in:

• Learning from others creating positive change and how they’re challenging traditional business models.

• Broadening their networks.

• Learning more from experienced enterprises and business people.

Although time is precious whatever your position, whether you are in startup phase or the CEO of a large company, it’s always important to take time out away from your business to give you time to listen, think and reflect on what’s happening outside. We’ve jammed the two days full of interesting speakers who will help you look at the future of business from a different angle. You will find inspiration, walk away challenged by the opportunities, learn something new, meet new people, explore possible collaborations, rewrite your business journey and feel reenergised.

Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens

20% off the best available rate
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MasterClass Workshop Series

We have just 30 tickets for the three special events in our popular MasterClass Workshop Series.
Act now to secure your spot.
EEC MasterClass workshop series price $460 (Valued $604)

* The EEC MasterClass can only be run if a minimum of 10 tickets are sold



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Ethical Enterprise Award 2017
Finalists Announced!

Early Ethical Entrepreneur Pitch CompetitionFIND OUT MORE

Early Ethical Entrepreneur Pitch Competition 2017
Finalists Announced!

Ethical Enterprise Conference Speakers

Jodee Mundy

Jodee Mundy [Host]
Phil Vernon

Phil Vernon

“Why We Support Ethical Enterprise”

Victoria Plaksin

Victoria Plaksin

“Conscious Negotiation”

kim pearce

Kim Pearce [Keynote]

“The Future is Unity”

jamie skella

Jamie Skella

“Blockchain: Disruption, Risks And Opportunities”

cameron neil

Cameron Neil

“Making Doing Good, Good Business”


Simone McLaughlin

Simone McLaughlin [Panel]

“Tapping the Talent”

Robbie Francis

Robbie Francis [Panel]

“Tapping the Talent”

Trang Du

Trang Du [Panel]

“Tapping the Talent”

Anna Reeves

Anna Reeves

“Tapping the Talent”

Stephen Scott Johnson

Stephen Scott Johnson

“EMERGENT: Conscious Leadership & Culture”

Joshua Ross

Joshua Ross

“Humanitix: Changing The World One Ticket at a Time”

kylie charlton

Kylie Charlton [Panel]

“Navigating Impact Investment”

Will Richardson

Will Richardson [Panel]

“Navigating Impact Investment”

Dean Jones

Dean Jones [Panel]

“Navigating Impact Investment”

Matt Wicking

Matt Wicking

“Leading from behind”

gordon young

Gordon Young

“Uncommon Sense: the practical ethics toolkit”

Cameron Burgess

Cameron Burgess

“Make Shift Happen”

Melanie Raymond

Melanie Raymond [Panel]

“Boards: Diversity & Governance”

Anoushka Gungadin

Anoushka Gungadin [Panel]

“Boards: Diversity & Governance”

Lynda Ford

Lynda Ford [Panel]

“Boards: Diversity & Governance”

Campbell Rider

Campbell Rider [Panel]

“Boards: Diversity & Governance”

Luke Hockley

Luke Hockley

“Art. Money. Community. Life.”

Caroline Buisson

Caroline Buisson

“Art. Money. Community. Life.”

Sponsors and Supporters


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Breakfast hosted by BCorp

Conference Bag Partners



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Ticketing Partners



Funds from sales of tickets will go to support YGAP

Media Partners

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