The place to learn from world-changing innovators, futurists, inspired thinkers and curious souls gathered together in an interactive community.
A place to imagine the future.
We invite you to attend our Conferences, Master Classes, Deep Conversations, performances and other special events. Discover strategies and techniques for creative leadership and innovation.
For more information and to purchase tickets please visit the event website.
The Other Art Fair is the leading artist fair to discover and buy art direct from the very best emerging artistic talent. With fairs strongly established in the US, UK, and Australia, The Other Art Fair has grown with editions now in London, Bristol, Sydney, Melbourne, and now New York.
The Other Art Fair was thrilled to launch with tremendous success in New York this past June 1-4, 2017 in the creative heart of Brooklyn, presenting handpicked artwork spanning all mediums and created by 110 emerging artists.
Celebrated for its unique and immersive visitor experience, The Other Art Fair’s US launch in June 2017 was a delight and inspiration to art lovers with pop-up hand poke tattoo experiences, interactive art installations, 3D printing, virtual reality experiences, restaurant and bar pop ups, and much more!
For more details, click the link here.
National Australia Bank would like to invite you to join Alan Oster, NAB Group Chief Economist, along with Christy Tan, NAB Head of Markets Strategy and Research Asia for an exclusive lunch on Tuesday 14 November 2017.
The team will share the latest insights and trends across:
Global/AU/NZ Macro environment
China Macro update
Australia-UK Chamber Women's Event: Building a More Inclusive Organisation with Alex Badenoch, Group Executive Human Resources, Telstra
The studies are in - there’s an increasing recognition that company diversity matters, not just as a ‘nice to have’ but to drive a stronger bottom line. But diversity and inclusion don't just happen, they need to be built.
Hear from Alex Badenoch, Group Executive Human Resources for Telstra, who leads the workforce design, planning and culture for more than 36,000 employees at Australia’s largest telecommunications company. Alex will share Telstra’s transformation journey and speak about their six-point plan for building gender diversity through:
Driving a 50/50 recruitment initiative
Creating a flexible workplace environment
Closing the gender pay gap and ensuring equal reward
Supporting women to build strong cross-organisational networks
Ensuring senior sponsorship for the diversity agenda including male champions
Setting targets and measuring success
Alex will then be joined by Melissa Brown, Head of Marketing for Telstra, for an interactive conversation on building inclusion and diversity. Networking to follow formalities.
Tues 14 November
6:30 - 8:30PM
WeWork Aldwych, London