The amaysim ideas team are very excited to welcome Glenn O’Sullivan, ANZ Head of Operations at Uber. Glenn will be talking to us about Uber’s vision for the future in Australia.
Changing Lanes: Uber and the Future of Cities
While Australia is blessed with an abundance of space, the design of our cities means we’re running out of it on our roads. How can we rethink the way we use the assets we already have, and the technology we're building, to solve one of our cities' most pressing problems?
Glenn O'Sullivan is Uber's Head of Regional Operations for ANZ. He focuses on scaling markets to more effectively grow and retain customers. He joined Uber in early 2014, just prior to the launch of UberX in Australia. Before Uber, he worked in systems development within the finance and agriculture sectors.
As always, we will be providing refreshments as part of the session. As spaces are limited, please only RSVP if you definitely intend to come :)
We hope to see you there!
Please join us for another exciting installment of amaysim ideas. For this session we are fortunate enough to be joined by Rob Stott from Buzzfeed Australia who will share with us “7 Things Buzzfeed has Learned About Australia”
About the Session:
Rob will regale us with stories about how Buzzfeed go about producing content and some of the insights the team has learned about Australia in their two years here.
About the Presenter:
Rob been working as the News Editor at BuzzFeed Oz for about a year now. Before that he was the Morning Editor at http://News.com.au and worked as a homepage editor and content producer at Yahoo!7. Rob is obsessed with news, especially politics, and loves making terrible, terrible puns on the BuzzFeed Oz homepage.
Twitter: @Rob_Stott (https://twitter.com/Rob_Stott)
We only have limited spaces so please only RSVP if you intend to attend :)
Over the past ten years we've witnessed huge changes in the way we connect, communicate, and do business. Over that time, Facebook has connected more than one and a half billion people. A third of the world is now connected to the internet and mobile phones have become the main point of access. As the world has become more mobile, it is also becoming more visual, more personal, more conversational, and more connected. We are joined by Facebook's Jason Juma-Ross, Australian head of Tech, Entertainment, and Comms who will explore these trends and talk about how he sees the future of connectivity developing.
Food & drinks will be provided