Welcome to the December 2010 issue of the Advance Global Newsletter. Please forward this newsletter on to anyone you think would like to connect with Advance.
1. CEO Message
2. Summit Announcement
This month we are delighted to announce Advance’s new Patron, the Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon Julia Gillard MP. Please read the Prime Minister’s message to Advance members here. There's definitely a lot happening back home in Australia with Oprah's visit! She also picked the best venue for her Australian show.[More...]
50 For the Future - Advance Women's Leadership Summit will be held at the Sydney Opera House from 7 to 8 March 2011 and coincides with the 100th Anniversary of International Women's Day.
This will be your chance to meet with some extraordinary women making their mark in the Asia Pacific. And, for the first time ever some of the sessions available will be available live online. Visit our website for updates at www.advancewomensummit.com.
The best piece of advice given to Stuart Beattie (screenwriter for Pirates of the Caribbean) was ‘if you are not getting arrested it means you’re not kicking down enough doors or smashing enough windows’ and given his success in Hollywood, he took his manager’s words to heart. Fighting for your dreams and passions was the core theme at the Advance Lounge Chair Series in Los Angeles last month.
Watch the video from four inspiring Australians [here]
by Kate Gwynne
On 23 November 2010, His Excellency, Ambassador David Ritchie held a special reception for the Wallabies at the residence of the Australian Embassy in Paris. This was an exciting opportunity to meet with our legendary rugby union team prior to their test match on Saturday 27 November, which witnessed their magnificent win over Les Bleus, 59 to 16. [More...]
Australian Tenor, Andrew Goodwin who is based in the UK, has returned to Sydney to perform the role of Orpheus with the Pinchgut Opera in December. In 1999 Andrew moved to Russia from Sydney, where he studied voice at the St Petersburg Conservatory under the direction of Lev Morozov. [More...]
8. A New and Unique Orchestral Initiative
On 11 August 2010, a new and unique orchestral initiative was launched in Sydney, Australia - 'The Australian World Orchestra'. The project was developed by Conductor Alexander Briger, and along with his team their aim was to bring together Australia's most successful classical musicians from around the globe to form one of the country's most electrifying orchestras. [More...]
Sixty-two Australian information technology companies were awarded status in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific, one of the region’s most comprehensive and respected rankings of fast-growing technology companies. [More...]
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Jack Sparrow Was Names After Hugh Jackman, Not Intended for Johnny Depp
foxnews.com - As we all eagerly await the fourth installment of the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' franchise, and the return of Johnny Depp morphing into Captain Jack Sparrow, Pop Tarts has learned that Depp was actually not the person originally planned to play the odd pirate.
X Media Lab Founder, Brendan Harkin, Receives Prestigious China Creative Industries Award
Internationally acclaimed creative think-tank, X Media Lab, has over the last seven years established itself as a digital media industry icon.
Australian Times - The Queen has honoured Australian war heroes at a shrine ceremony at Buckingham Palace ahead of London's Remembrance Sunday services.
Tue 14 December
Word of Mouth
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Aussiepreneurs.com Christmas Dinner 2010
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