Here at B&T, we know that Mondays can be hard. Which is why we all need reminders. Set an alarm. Get a good night’s sleep. Wear pants to work. Basic stuff. Oh. And Changing the Ratio is on Monday!
So please consider this your official warning, gentle reminder, and big kick in the butt, because if you miss this event simply because you forgot, you’re probably gonna regret it.
And don’t forget to set your alarm! The event will start at 8:15 sharp at Surry Hills’ Belvoir St Theatre, and you really don’t want to be late.
Especially because the first keynote speaker of the day is none other than child-soldier-turned-law-partner Deng Thiak Adut! Name a more inspiring way to start your morning.
But prepare to keep being inspired throughout the day, because our thoughtful panel discussions and killer speakers will blow your mind.
And that’s kind of the whole point: for attendees to walk away from the event with game-changing ideas and things to do right now in their own organisations to drive diversity and inclusion. It will not only make your business’ culture better, it will make it work better. We promise.
Make sure you hang around until the end of the day too. You’ll be rewarded with a networking drink or two – but more importantly, our headline keynote Lisa Wilkinson!
Does this event sound unmissable? Well, it is. But it’s not too late to get some last minute tickets! There’s less than 16 remaining, BTW, so we’d get on that. Grab them here.
To reiterate, Changing the Ratio will be held this Monday May 28 at Belvoir St Theatre. THIS. MONDAY.
See you Monday!
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