Ethical Enterprise Conference 2017

16th and 17th of October 2017 Melbourne


Ethical Enterprise Conference 2017

The 2017 Ethical Enterprise Conference

This year’s Ethical Enterprise Conference aims to challenge traditional business models, inspire to do things differently and bring together amazing thinkers, doers, entrepreneurs and disruptors. We will explore how to change mindsets and shift our thinking through adaptation and innovation.

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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

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Who should attend?
Why should you attend?
What can you expect?
Business owners, executives and mangers of profits and not for profits, entrepreneurs, start ups, social enterprise, Bcorps business with purpose and anyone that is interested in:

• Hearing from what other people and business are doing to create positive social change

• Broadening your networks

• Startups that want to learn from other experienced enterprises and business people

Time is precious for everyone, if you are a small business or a CEO of a large company this will give you the opportunity to take only two days out of your schedule to network, hear from a broad range of experienced business people, broaden your mind and expand your boundaries. We hope that 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.


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Ethical Enterprise Conference Speakers

kim pearce

Kim Pearce [Keynote]

“The Future is Unity”

Phil Vernon

Phil Vernon

“Why We Support Ethical Enterprise”

Victoria Plaksin

Victoria Plaksin

“Conscious Negotiation”

paul smith

Paul Smith

“Boards & Governance”

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”

gordon young

Gordon Young

“Uncommon Sense: the practical ethics toolkit”

Stephen Scott Johnson

Stephen Scott Johnson
[Keynote]

“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”


tracy sheen

Tracy Sheen [Panel]

“Business For Grownups”

drew browne

Drew Browne [Panel]

“Business For Grownups”

geoff hetherington

Geoff Hetherington [Panel]

“Business For Grownups”


Matt Wicking

Matt Wicking

“Leading from behind”

paul kooperman

Paul Kooperman

“The Future Of Business Is Co-Creation”

Sponsors

 

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Australian Ethical
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The Trusted Negotiator

Conference Bag Partners

 

 

alter eco

LUSH fresh handmade cosmetics

Ticketing Partner

humanitix
ygap

Funds from sales of tickets will go to support YGAP