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In today’s fast-paced, automated, and digitally-driven society, showing human sides is (becoming) the only way to stand out and have a clear point of difference. This is where branding and story telling comes in. Most of us know, hardly anyone does it (or doesn't know how to). Come and learn with us on this workshop as marketer, Malcolm Auld, shows us what it takes to build a (Personal or Business) Brand, how to find your Unique Selling Proposition, effective ways to communicate what differentiates you from others in a way that gets you to your dream career, lands you ideal clients or increases sales. It will be a 45-min workshop, followed by an open forum and chance to network. See you there! ABOUT THE SPEAKER Malcolm Auld is one of Australia’s leading marketing educators, author, commentator and an award-winning copywriter. In his straight-forward and entertaining style, he will reveal why storytelling is an important tactic to position your brand and encourage customer engagement. If you’re looking for ways to differentiate your brand, then join us at this event.
Jobs from yesterday and today have and are changing dramatically, brought about by numerous external and internal disruptors. Question is, what is your job going to look like in the future? What do the best practices from the past teach us, and how can we utilize what we know now to be able to stay competitive and relevant in the future? All these and more useful knowledge will be imparted on this event The Journey of Your Job: From 2000, today, to 2025. How it has evolved and how you can stay relevant Don't miss out! Have leverage, meet like-minded leaders, and be involved in the space where the future taking shape. We are joined by a panel consisting of: Luke Wheatley Head of Brand Marketing, Creative and Content - Flightcentre A passionate creative marketer, Luke has worked in various marketing roles across the FMCG range category including natural health, entertainment, food and now travel. Majoring in Marketing and Law, Luke has used his skills across multiple roles where he is the Head of Brand Marketing, Creative and Content for one of the largest travel companies in the world, Flight Centre. Recent work has had him launch the new brand direction and created their first ever travel series 'The 48 Hour Destination' on network 10. Luke has worked with brands such as Subway, Dendy Films, Thursday Plantation, Discover Channel and Flight Centre.
Roles and required skill sets are changing fast across all industries but in particular in digital & technology. Hear first hand what it takes to enter this fast growing profession, how to stay up to date with constant changes and how to progress in this industry from leaders who keep raising the bar. For this panel discussion, we are joined by: Paul Gampe Paul became Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of PCCW Global in late 2017 and is able to draw on 20 years’ experience in IT operations, software development and international business. Operating as a senior software executive with a substantial technical foundation, Paul has led multidisciplinary teams globally for over 20 years. Paul holds a wealth of experience in all aspects of the software industry – especially in terms of acquisitions, investments, development, quality engineering, program management and operations – and has led multi-disciplinary teams on a global basis. He is expert in open source technology, has worked extensively in the fields of cloud computing, networks and data centres, and has earned a track record for delivering outstanding financial results.