The growth of technology and all it enables is proving to move exponentially faster than predicted, mostly driven by consumer behaviour. The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Victorian Chamber through Biz Better Together are here to deliver Australian business owners the information and tools to be forerunners in their fields of expertise.
During the day we will hear from global influencers and thinkers, experts and people at the forefront of change, who are focussed on the rapid growth of technology and the disruption it brings to businesses, workplaces, individuals and diverse industries.
We will explore the digital innovation frontline as we look at those industries leading the way dynamic evolving workplaces and practices. We will delve into artificial intelligence, augmented reality, robotics and human development, as well as looking at female leadership and entrepreneurship.
Join hundreds of business people to mingle, network, hear case studies from entrepreneurs and business women and take away what every business needs to know about mastering emerging technologies and the 4th industrial revolution.
Marita Cheng was the 2012 Young Australian of the Year and is a technology entrepreneur and women in technology advocate.
Marita Cheng is the founder and CEO of aubot (formerly 2Mar Robotics), which makes a telepresence robot, Teleport, for kids with cancer in hospital to attend school, people with a disability to attend work and to monitor and socialise with elderly people.
As well as telepresence robots, 2Mar does research and development in robotic arms, virtual reality and autonomous mapping and navigation.
Dr Jason Fox is a modern day wizard-rogue and leadership adviser often sought after for his pioneering philosophies and expertise in motivation design.
He is the bestselling author of The Game Changer and How to Lead a Quest: a handbook for pioneering executives, and in 2016 was awarded Keynote Speaker of the Year.
Jason partakes in extreme sports such as reading, beard maintenance and coffee snobbery.
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