Daze of Disruption, the digital disruption and transformation ideas and networking forum to be held at Belvoir St Theatre on May 18 and 19, couldn’t figure out a way to let everyone know that the early bird offer was finishing today so they came up with this.
The Forum now features over 65 international and local speakers and panelists over two days including Kim Williams , Gerd Schenkel (Telstra), Tony Davis (Quantium), Damien Tampling (Deloitte Digital), Marina Go (Wests Tigers and Bauer), Andy Lark (Xero), Ira Kaufman (Entwine Digital, US), Didier Bonnet (Cap Gemini Europe), Pete Cooke (Freelancer.com), Cassandra Kelly (Pottinger), Mark Green (The Monkeys), Jane Huxley (Pandora), Amanda Gome (ANZ), Lucinda Barlow (Google), Iain Gardiner (Amazon), John Batistich (Westfield), Travis Wright (Thinklabs US), and a suite of other local and overseas speakers.
Forum discussions include: how to work with a start-up to escalate innovation; corporate venture funding; why boards are failing to manage digital transformation and what you can do about it if you work with a board; can you incubate to innovate and transform; managing a sales force in a disruptive world; hiring talent when the market is stupidly over heated; practical organisational development strategies for incumbent companies; choosing a consultant to help you get acceleration in handling disruption, and many more practical ideas and strategies for people working in both established companies and small caps or start-ups.
Come and start some new conversations and make some new connections which can help you manage your career and your company in an increasingly disruptive world. Established companies doing well, start-ups with ideas, investors and advisors that can help.
Anyone who bought a ticket recently at the full price (in the last week or two) who has received this email and is feeling a little peeved that they missed out, please email email@example.com and we will apply this 20% deal to your tickets and refund the difference (somehow). But you will need to respond before 5pm like everyone else to get it.
Detailed program and speaker list available here. Event venue only holds 300. Only 118 tickets left to sell.
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