AustralianSuper’s Chair Heather Ridout AO and CEO Ian Silk speak with Dr. Martin Fahy, CEO of ASFA, about the changing role of the Chair and CEO in the superannuation sector.
An exploration of key questions around digital transformation including how the arrival of 5G will change the landscape and why creating a digital culture is critical to a successful transformation.
A wide-ranging discussion that explored how and why sustainability and technology are driving the new corporate agenda.
A workshop on the latest cyber security trends and strategies with Israeli cyber security experts, world leaders cyber security solutions.
Australia and Israel must leverage their strengths and work together to overcome global agricultural challenges.
The numbers are in – diversity is a global imperative, particularly in the innovation and start-up ecosystem.
A panel of healthcare experts discussed what the industry is doing to ensure the sustainability of Australia’s world-class health system into the future.
At the 2018 Retail Lunch, an expert panel addressed some of the burning questions facing Australia’s retail sector today.
The who’s who of Australia’s not-for-profit sector gathered to hear from a panel of key influencers about the Future of Corporate Philanthropy in Australia.
What is the role, contribution and required evolution of the education and business sectors to ensure we create a workforce that can thrive in the future?
Australia’s workforce is undergoing the most significant disruption since the Industrial Revolution. Some have called the upcoming era ‘the perfect storm.’
Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce CEO Michelle Blum talks to InnovationAus about how Australia needs to drive the innovation agenda further and the lessons we can learn from Israel, the Start Up Nation.
The Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce, supported by EY, was delighted to host a boardroom lunch on 3 July 2018 with The Hon Luke Foley, NSW Labor Leader, who gave an overview of Labor’s vision ahead of the 2019 election.
The Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce Young Business Forum held a lively, inspiring moderated panel discussion on how Australian corporations can and must find the appropriate balance between ‘profit’ and ‘purpose.’
We’re living in revolutionary times.
In an era of unprecedented technological disruption, rapid economic and social change, and global competition for talent, it’s never been more critical to understand the forces that will impact our organisation