Ethical Enterprise Conference 2019 Speakers

Day 1 Conference Speakers 28th October 2019

Matt Wicking

Matt Wicking

Facilitator, MC, artist, and activist

Conference MC

Facilitator, MC, artist, and activist, Matt Wicking works with progressive groups to help them amplify their impact. A long-time advocate for environmental and social justice causes, he currently runs freelance facilitation practice, Cloud Catcher, and sings with Melbourne band, The General Assembly. Read more…

Rosemary Addis

Rosemary Addis [KeyNote]

Chair, Impact Investing Australia Trustee, Global Steering Group for Impact Investment Senior Advisor, SDG Impact, United Nations Development Programme

KEYNOTE: “Scaling impact: the power of distributed leadership and collaboration in shaping an impact economy”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 9:30am – 10:30am

Rosemary Addis is a leader who makes an impact, shaping a more sustainable, equitable and prosperous future. She brings fresh insight and cross-sector networks to solving complex challenges and creating social and economic benefit: leading, enabling and inspiring impact. Read more…


Molly Harriss Olson

Molly Harriss Olson

CEO of Fairtrade Australia

PANEL: “Network collaboration for positive change”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 11:00am – 12:00pm

Creating collaborative networks of ethical enterprises helps provide credibility, develop capability and grow markets. Read more…
Molly Harriss Olson is the CEO of Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand. She served nearly six years on the Board of Fairtrade International and as Chair for the ?nal two. Read more…


Andrew Davies

Andrew Davies

CEO of B Lab

PANEL: “Network collaboration for positive change”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 11:00am – 12:00pm

Creating collaborative networks of ethical enterprises helps provide credibility, develop capability and grow markets. Read more…
Andrew Davies has joined B Lab as their new CEO after a career spanning commercial law practice and executive management roles, and most recently running a family office and his own businesses in the finance and recreation industries. Read more…


Helen Steel

Helen Steel

Chief Executive Officer – Shared Value Project

PANEL: “Network collaboration for positive change”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 11:00am – 12:00pm

Creating collaborative networks of ethical enterprises helps provide credibility, develop capability and grow markets. Read more…
Helen has more than 20 years’ cross-sectoral leadership experience in business development, stakeholder engagement and developing networks of influence across Australia, the US and wider Asia. Read more…


Ben Neville

Ben Neville

Leadership for Social Impact @ The Centre for Workplace Leadership, The University of Melbourne

Facilitator – Network collaboration for positive change

PANEL: “Network collaboration for positive change”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 11:00am – 12:00pm

Creating collaborative networks of ethical enterprises helps provide credibility, develop capability and grow markets. Read more…
Associate Professor in the Department of Management & Marketing, Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Melbourne. Ben researches and teaches in the area of sustainable business, including corporate social responsibility, business ethics, ethical consumption and social entrepreneurship.Read more…


Lisa Boothby

Lisa Boothby

Executive Director – Social Traders

PANEL: “Network collaboration for positive change”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 11:00am – 12:00pm

Creating collaborative networks of ethical enterprises helps provide credibility, develop capability and grow markets. Read more…
Lisa works to connect social enterprises to buyers and new opportunities through advocacy and engagement. Read more…


Alex Tullio

Alex Tullio

CEO/Founder – Alex Tullio Pty Ltd

WORKSHOP: “Leadership in action – how the most successful leaders collaborate for success.”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 1:00pm – 2:30pm

We all have our ‘zone of genius’. The more time we spend in that zone, the bigger our impact. Read more…
Over a career spanning more than 20 years, Alex has built a deep level of experience and a strong reputation for growing and transforming businesses into profitable enterprises.Read more…


Liz Bloom and Rini Mowson

Liz Bloom and Rini Mowson

Professional Facilitators – Clear Horizon

WORKSHOP: “Community-led co-design & impact”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 1:00pm – 2:30pm

Social innovation initiatives are increasingly leveraging the power of collaboration with community to creating ethically minded change. Read more…
They both have years of experience working across communities and with individuals in the areas of applied social research, social innovation design and evaluation. Read more…


Timothy O'Brien

Timothy O’Brien

CEO/Founder – Hatched and ROOY

WORKSHOP: “Collaborative methods of delivering and measuring impact across all industries”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 1:00pm – 2:30pm

The cornerstone of purpose-driven collaboration and innovation is visibility and transparency of impact. Easy, outcomes-based impact measurement is now possible via today’s technology and it’s readying to transform the impact economy. Today’s customers, employees and investors increasingly demand to know the nonfinancial value organisations generate or receive. Read more…
Timothy O’Brien is founder and CEO of Hatched, and ROOY. Tim is Australia’s foremost and most innovative thinker on purpose-driven business strategy and impact measurement. Read more…


Dr Mark Elliott

Dr Mark Elliott and Hailey Cooperrider

CEO/Founder – Collabforge

WORKSHOP: ” The Art & Science of Great Collaboration”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 1:00pm – 2:30pm

Collaboration is arguably the most important capability of our age. It is an essential capability for delivering the critical transformative outcomes needed for climate change, politics and equality, to name a few. Read more…
Dr Mark Elliott is a collaboration expert who brings a wealth of leadership, expertise and experience in designing and facilitating collaborative processes.
Since joining Collabforge in 2009, Hailey has been an integral part of over 300 projects, with diverse responsibilities ranging from developing strategic frameworks to facilitating collaborative workshops, to developing online collaboration platforms. Read more…


Heather Morecroft

Heather Morecroft

Strategic Advisor with Spark Strategy

WORKSHOP: “Three strategic steps to build a powerful for-purpose partnership”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 2:30pm – 3:30pm

The workshop will aim to inform attendees about the different forms of partnerships and how to build powerful partnerships. Read more…
Having worked on collaboration projects with the Good Friday Appeal, Arts Centre Melbourne and others, Heather is well-versed in partnering best practice and innovations. Read more…


Daniel Dubois

Daniel Dubois

Chartered Accountant and Advisor

WORKSHOP: “Enhancing financial rigour within your business”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 2:30pm – 3:30pm

As strategically focused finance professionals, we strive to understand and support your business from inception to success on the world stage. Read more…
With over twenty-five years’ experience, Daniel holds financial expertise across a wide variety of disciplines, including business advisory, accountancy, valuation and taxation advice, along with due diligence and audits for entities ranging from not-for-profits through to ASX listed entities. Read more…


Anetta Pizag

Anetta Pizag

Consultant – Pizag

WORKSHOP: “Effective collaboration in a noisy and highly connected world”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Reaching out is easy. Talking is easy. But effective collaboration takes skill and intelligence. Read more…
Anetta helps create human-centric, future-ready workspaces that enable people to effectively tackle the ever-changing challenges of work while maintaining a healthy body and mind. Read more…


Sandy McDonald

Sandy McDonald

Founder – SandyMcDonald.com and charity, CreateCare Global

WORKSHOP: “Why story works to inspire collaboration”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Story is scientifically proven to be the means of communication we’ve always used to create a sense of belonging—critical to collaboration. Read more…
Sandy McDonald is founder of SandyMcDonald.com and charity, CreateCare Global. She is an author, a TEDx speaker, and a storytelling trainer, working with businesses to bring clarity of communication through purpose-led story. Read more…


Catherine Ross

Cathrine Ross

Chief Operations Officer i=Change

PANEL: “Be inspired by the Winning Leaders”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 4:00pm – 4:30pm

Catherine Ross is the Chief Operations Officer of social enterprise tech start up i=Change. i=Change enables online retailers to give back with every purchase, connecting the for-profit and not-for-profit worlds. Read more…


Rachelle Armstorng

Rachelle Armstorng

Owner/Director Nutrisoil

PANEL: “Be inspired by the Winning Leaders”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 4:00pm – 4:30pm

Rachelle grew up on a dairy/beef property in Yackandandah, Victoria. She studied Health Science with Honours in Public Health before living and working in Sri Lanka for 3 years as a Community Health Facilitator. Read more…


Richard Etherington

Richard Etherington

Managing Director Kokonut Pacific – Niulife Pty Ltd

PANEL: “Be inspired by the Winning Leaders”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 4:00pm – 4:30pm

Richard is an ideas man and enjoys developing new products and new business opportunities! With a degree in Rural Science from the University of New England at Armidale (UNE) and diploma in Permaculture, Richard has been a Director of Kokonut Pacific Pty Ltd since its inception in 1994. Read more…


Dave Budge

Dave Budge

Founder – Jaunt – Electric Vehicles for Adventure

Facilitator – Panel Be inspired by the Winning Leaders and Early Ethical Entrepreneur Pitch Competition

WORKSHOP: “Be inspired by the Winning Leaders”

Date and Time: 28/10/2019 ; 4:00pm – 4:30pm

Dave is the co-founder and CEO of Melbourne start-up Jaunt that up-cycles iconic 4WDs into electric vehicles to explore Australia. Jaunt partners with regional communities to source, convert and operate a national car rental network. Read more…


Day 2 Conference Speakers 29th October 2019

Clifford Moss

Clifford Moss

Co-Founder of Goodsmiths

Facilitator – CollaborAction: Collaboration case studies – the good, the bad, the downright ugly.

PANEL: “CollaborAction: Collaboration case studies – the good, the bad, the downright ugly.”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 9:30am – 11:00am

3 collaborating couples will share their truths on what’s really happening for them, what’s going well, what they could do better and what still puzzles them. Read more…
Clifford is passionate about investing time and energy into developing and supporting brands with purpose because these are the ones that consumers will care about in the long-term and the ones that actually matter. Read more…


Rod Little

Rod Little

Former Co-Chair and Director – National Congress of Australia’s First People

PANEL: “CollaborAction: Collaboration case studies – the good, the bad, the downright ugly.”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 9:30am – 11:00am

3 collaborating couples will share their truths on what’s really happening for them, what’s going well, what they could do better and what still puzzles them. Read more…
Rod Little, the third eldest of 11 children is a proud Wilunyu and Wajuk man of the Yamajti and Nyoongar peoples of Western Australia. Read more…


Timothy O'Brien

Timothy O’Brien

CEO/Founder – Hatched and ROOY

PANEL: “CollaborAction: Collaboration case studies – the good, the bad, the downright ugly.”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 9:30am – 11:00am

3 collaborating couples will share their truths on what’s really happening for them, what’s going well, what they could do better and what still puzzles them. Read more…
Timothy O’Brien is founder and CEO of Hatched, and ROOY. Tim is Australia’s foremost and most innovative thinker on purpose-driven business strategy and impact measurement. Read more…


Ashleigh Wall

Ashleigh Wall

Co-Founder – Mast Lawyers

PANEL: “CollaborAction: Collaboration case studies – the good, the bad, the downright ugly.”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 9:30am – 11:00am

3 collaborating couples will share their truths on what’s really happening for them, what’s going well, what they could do better and what still puzzles them. Read more…
Ash is an experienced lawyer and has a great ability to think innovatively. She practices in the areas of asset protection, business, and investment structuring, trusts, business and personal succession planning, commercial contracts and transactions, and family business specialist services. Read more…


Ruth Lee and Emma O’Halloran

Ruth Lee and Emma O’Halloran

Ruth Lee – Manager, Give Time and Give2, Origin Foundation

Emma O’Halloran – Chief Communications Officer, The Big Issue

PANEL: “CollaborAction: Collaboration case studies – the good, the bad, the downright ugly.”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 9:30am – 11:00am

3 collaborating couples will share their truths on what’s really happening for them, what’s going well, what they could do better and what still puzzles them. Read more…
Ruth Lee manages the corporate volunteering and workplace giving programs run by Origin Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Origin Energy, committed to supporting good causes in education. Both programs are continuing to grow in participation and impact. Emma is responsible for the development and implementation of marketing strategies for The Big Issue’s social enterprises, including The Big Issue Magazine, the Women’s Workforce, The Community Street Soccer Program, Homes for Homes and The Big Issue’s Education Enterprises. Read more…


Dr Michelle Evans

Dr Michelle Evans

Associate Professorship in Leadership at the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Melbourne

Facilitator – Collaborating in the Indigenous business sector

PANEL: “Collaborating in the Indigenous business sector”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 11:00am – 12:30pm

Generating economic opportunities for Indigenous Australians is recognized as a vital pathway for Indigenous self-determination. Yet, generating these opportunities is often complex due to structural impediments pressuring Indigenous Australians. Read more…
Dr Michelle Evans holds an Associate Professorship in Leadership at the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Melbourne, specialising in the areas of Indigenous leadership and entrepreneurship. Read more…


Nicole Stewart

Nicole Stewart

CEO – GerrbikComplete Workwear Laundry Services Pty Ltd

PANEL: “Collaborating in the Indigenous business sector”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 11:00am – 12:30pm

Generating economic opportunities for Indigenous Australians is recognized as a vital pathway for Indigenous self-determination. Yet, generating these opportunities is often complex due to structural impediments pressuring Indigenous Australians. Read more…
Based in Tullamarine, Melbourne, Gerrbik has a broad client base and provides laundry and dry cleaning services to some of the world’s major airlines, universities, government departments, and manufacturing facilities. Read more…


Chris Croker

Chris Croker

Managing Director at Impact Investment Partners

PANEL: “Collaborating in the Indigenous business sector”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 11:00am – 12:30pm

Generating economic opportunities for Indigenous Australians is recognized as a vital pathway for Indigenous self-determination. Yet, generating these opportunities is often complex due to structural impediments pressuring Indigenous Australians. Read more…
Managing Director of Impact Investment Partners, founded in 2014 to apply social impact principles to large-scale commercial investments. He is a Luritja man from Central Australia with a passion for sustainable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Infrastructure.Read more…


Gill Mailman

Gill Mailman

CEO MJB Solutions & Managing Director Indigenous Wealth Hub

PANEL: “Collaborating in the Indigenous business sector”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 11:00am – 12:30pm

Generating economic opportunities for Indigenous Australians is recognized as a vital pathway for Indigenous self-determination. Yet, generating these opportunities is often complex due to structural impediments pressuring Indigenous Australians. Read more…
Gill Mailman is a proud Bidjara woman and a respected indigenous business leader. She is a trailblazer who sets, rather than follows trends. Read more…


David Carbines

David Carbines

Facilitator – Collaboration from the Trenches

Co-Founder – Red Hat Impact

PANEL: “Collaboration from the Trenches”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Social Enterprise founders will reflect on their own experiences working with peers, partners, suppliers and customers in growing their impact businesses. Hear from their positive and negative experiences about what worked, what was costly, what they wish they’d known and they way they collaborate in the future. Read more…
David works with leaders and teams to make new things happen. Drawing on design thinking, business modelling and human centricity, he walks with people to imagine, articulate and achieve their goals. Read more…


Nick Savaidis

Nick Savaidis

Founder and Director – Etiko Fair Trade

PANEL: “Collaboration from the Trenches”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Social Enterprise founders will reflect on their own experiences working with peers, partners, suppliers and customers in growing their impact businesses. Hear from their positive and negative experiences about what worked, what was costly, what they wish they’d known and they way they collaborate in the future. Read more…
Nick Savaidis is the founder of Etiko Pty Ltd, the company behind not one but two fair trade brands: Etiko Fair Trade and Jinta Sport. Read more…


Luz Restrepo

Luz Restrepo

Founder – SisterWorks Inc.

PANEL: “Collaboration from the Trenches”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Social Enterprise founders will reflect on their own experiences working with peers, partners, suppliers and customers in growing their impact businesses. Hear from their positive and negative experiences about what worked, what was costly, what they wish they’d known and they way they collaborate in the future. Read more…
At the age of 45, as a medical doctor and a communication expert, Luz Restrepo arrived in Australia in 2010 seeking political asylum. Her life was in tatters and she spoke no English. She felt like a nobody: frightened, isolated and disempowered. Luz soon discovered that she was not alone. Read more…


Kari Allen

Kari Allen

Co-Founder – Sparkke

PANEL: “Collaboration from the Trenches”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Social Enterprise founders will reflect on their own experiences working with peers, partners, suppliers and customers in growing their impact businesses. Hear from their positive and negative experiences about what worked, what was costly, what they wish they’d known and they way they collaborate in the future. Read more…
Kari Allen is the Co-founder of Sparkke, one of the world’s first all-female alcohol companies tackling the entrenched cultural and gender biases of a $15+ billion pa male dominated industry. Read more…


Jane Hadjion

Jane Hadjion

Founder of Contexis

WORKSHOP: “Collaboration; It’s pitfalls and the strategies to avoid them”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 1:30pm – 2:30pm

A collaboration is dependent on Trust to get it going, Clarity to motivate and align the parties and Ownership to reap the rewards. The absence of clarity can at best cause the collaboration to be a distraction and at worst allow that distraction to cause damage. Read more…
Jane Hadjion of Contexis is passionate about connecting people to purpose within organisations. She does so by working with business leaders to build organisations where purpose drives strategy in an environment of trust. Read more…


Nicki Colls and Rachel Bucknall

Nicki Colls and Rachel Bucknall

Director and Co-Founder – Fibreshed Melbourne

WORKSHOP: “Collaboration between the big end of town and the small fry”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Collaboration between the big end of town and the small fry is hard enough, let alone when you’re working across sectors, right? It can be done.Read more…
Nicki is the creator of a Fibershed maker’s movement and has been instrumental in the foundation of Fibreshed Melbourne as she believes connecting communities around slow fashion is the way forward. Rachel’s frustration over the lack of information and transparency available about the clothing she wore lead her to start Fibreshed Melbourne. Read more…


Hanna Ebeling

Hanna Ebeling

Chief Investment Officer – Sefa

Facilitator – Multi stakeholder collaborations for Community Outcomes

PANEL: “Multi stakeholder collaborations for Community Outcomes”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Tender Funerals is a community-led enterprise that provides affordable, personal and culturally sensitive funerals. Read more…
Hanna Ebeling is Chief Investment Officer at Sefa where she leads a team who works closely with purpose-driven organisations on developing financial solutions or investment readiness services to suit their needs. Read more…


Jenny Briscoe-Hough

Jenny Briscoe-Hough

General Manager at Tender Funerals Australia and Tender Funerals Illawara

PANEL: “Multi stakeholder collaborations for Community Outcomes”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Tender Funerals is a community-led enterprise that provides affordable, personal and culturally sensitive funerals. Read more…
Jenny is the driving force behind Tender, a community movement that works towards reclaiming the rites around death and dying, one of life’s most important experiences. Read more…


Lynne Jarvis

Lynne Jarvis

Working Group, Tender Tasmania and Secretary, Care Beyond Cure Inc.

PANEL: “Multi stakeholder collaborations for Community Outcomes”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Tender Funerals is a community-led enterprise that provides affordable, personal and culturally sensitive funerals. Read more…
Lynne Jarvis has worked in the human services area across a variety of fields for over 30 years, developing a keen interest in Health Promoting Palliative Care in 2011. Read more…


Louise Campbell

Louise Campbell

Principal, SVA Consulting

PANEL: “Multi stakeholder collaborations for Community Outcomes”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Tender Funerals is a community-led enterprise that provides affordable, personal and culturally sensitive funerals. Read more…
Louise is a Principal with SVA Consulting. She joined SVA in 2017 following a career of 20+ years spanning the commercial, public and not-for-profit sectors. Read more…


Kelsie Nabben

Kelsie Nabben

Founder – The Privacy Project

PANEL: “Collaboration through Innovation- Understanding Collaboration through technology”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 2:30pm – 3:30pm

How do grass roots and civil society organisations navigate the prevalence of new technologies and leverage them (or not) to serve local communities? Kelsie works at the intersection of humanitarian aid & development and emerging technology to support responsible data practices and the establishment and integration of best practice approaches to technology and online practices. Read more…


Max Lynam

Max Lynam

CEO & Founder – isgood.ai

PANEL: “Collaboration through Innovation- Understanding Collaboration through technology”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Having always had a strong drive for social justice, Max Lynam was moved by the Rwandan genocide to become an Australian Army officer and join UN peacekeeping missions. Back home Max was also a bit of a computer geek having built a multimillion-dollar ecommerce business supporting Australian farmers. Read more…


Archie Boulter

Archie Boulter

Co-Founder/ Co-CEO of Queer Town

PANEL: “Collaboration through Innovation – Understanding collaboration through technology”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Archie is an LGBTIQA+ advocate and the Co-Founder / Co-CEO of Queer Town, an online destination packed full of LGBTIQA+ digital media, designed by queer people for queer people.Read more…


Tom Dawkins

Tom Dawkins

CEO of StartSomeGood

Facilitator and Panellist – Collaboration through innovation- Understanding collaboration through technology

PANEL: “Collaboration through Innovation – Understanding collaboration through technology”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Tom Dawkins is an entrepreneur, speaker, trainer and Co- Founder and CEO of StartSomeGood.com, a crowdfunding platform for social enterprises, nonprofits and community initiatives globally. Read more…


Anna Guenther

Anna Guenther

Co-founder and Chief Bubble Blower – PledgeMe

WORKSHOP: “The future is owned by the community”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 2:30pm – 3:30pm

All enterprises need to be social. Our organisations need to create positive impacts in the world, and truly value our people and the planet. We must stop creating ivory towers of power and move beyond a platform approach to supporting truly inclusive communities that engage with the causes and the companies that they care about.Read more…
Anna Guenther is the co-founder and Chief Bubble Blower of PledgeMe. Since launching 7 years ago, over 1,400 creative, community and entrepreneurial campaigns have raised over $40million through PledgeMe, in New Zealand and now Australia. Read more…


Hannah Colman

Hannah Colman

Hospitality Professional and Swinburne Multimedia

PANEL: “Food, Fashion, Future”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Food, Fashion, Future – How collaboration within the Food & Fashion industries have created prosperous social enterprises, that tackle social & environmental challenges head on. But how will we expand across industries and sectors for a prosperous future?Read more…
Hannah is a hospitality professional, Swinburne Multimedia (Media Studies) graduate and occasional freelance writer with a soft spot for limericks. Read more…


Claire Goldsworthy

Claire Goldsworthy

Founder & Editor – The Fashion Advocate

PANEL: “Food, Fashion, Future”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Food, Fashion, Future – How collaboration within the Food & Fashion industries have created prosperous social enterprises, that tackle social & environmental challenges head on. But how will we expand across industries and sectors for a prosperous future?Read more…
Claire Goldsworthy is The Fashion Advocate; an ethical fashion advocate, eco-activist and supporter of sustainable style. Read more…


Jess Colgan

Jess Colgan

Director Y-Impact

PANEL: “Food, Fashion, Future”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Food, Fashion, Future – How collaboration within the Food & Fashion industries have created prosperous social enterprises, that tackle social & environmental challenges head-on. But how will we expand across industries and sectors for a prosperous future?Read more…
Jess is director and a social impact consultant at Y Impact. Jess started her career as a trusted advisor & Chartered Accountant within corporate and private business, particularly specialising in the hospitality industry. Read more…


Catherine Wyatt

Catherine Wyatt

Director Y-Impact

PANEL: “Food, Fashion, Future”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Food, Fashion, Future – How collaboration within the Food & Fashion industries have created prosperous social enterprises, that tackle social & environmental challenges head-on. But how will we expand across industries and sectors for a prosperous future?Read more…
Catherine is director and a social impact consultant at Y Impact. Cath started her career as a business advisor and Chartered Accountant at Perpetual, helping owners to add value to their businesses and grow and protect their passive wealth. Read more…


Fabian Courtaux

Fabian Courtaux

Co-founder – Trusted Negotiator

WORKSHOP: “Stakeholder Collaboration: How to prepare for a successful outcome”

Date and Time: 29/10/2019 ; 2:30pm – 3:30pm

In this session, Fabian Courtaux, the co-founder of Trusted Negotiator will introduce you to Win-With methodology and the indispensable tool – The Deal Canvas – that will enable you to effectively prepare for you to engage with your key stakeholder for a successful outcome.Read more…
Fabian is the Co-Founder of Trusted Negotiator, leading a team with over 200 years of combined experience in high stakes negotiations. Our purpose is to empower people to transform tough conversations into sources of mutual value, trust and impact. Read more…