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Creativity and Innovation

We have a diverse range of expertise from our creativity and innovation speakers who are all experts in their field.

Discover our creativity and innovations speakers here.

POSTED 23 September 2019

Jordana Borensztajn is an expert when it comes to taking charge of your personal brand and growing your business by amplifying your message with powerful public speaking skills. She has a keynote on both topics and has recently penned a new book, 21 Steps to Become an Awesome Public Speaker. This bite-sized book is made up of 21 easy-to-apply and entertaining steps you can implement over a 3-week period to grow and develop your presentation skills. Jordana has shared an excerpt from the book for you to have a sneak peek.

POSTED 09 April 2019

Steve Sammartino is Australia’s leading futurist and international keynote speaker. He is the author of two best-selling tech strategy books: The Great Fragmentation (a technology strategy playbook) and The Lessons School Forgot (the industrialisation of teaching) and how to liberate our inner entrepreneur. As a tech entrepreneur and growth hacker, Steve has an intimate knowledge of the tools reshaping our world and how they affect business. He advises C-Suite executives for large corporations on their technology strategy and works with selected start-ups. 

POSTED 01 March 2019

Disruptive technology. The Blockchain revolution. Futurism. Start-ups and Entrepreneurship. These trending themes have been thrown around a lot lately. But no one has a more profound understanding of them (and the wider economy) than Steve Sammartino. Last year alone, Steve spoke to over 100,000 people in 14 countries, which is why he’s Australia’s leading futurist and international keynote speaker. Steve is currently working with the Australian Government on designing future-proof transport and education infrastructure.

POSTED 07 February 2019

Jeremy Meltzer is one of Australia’s leading entrepreneurs. He is a speaker on ‘business for purpose’ and the Founder of i=Change, Australia's fastest-growing social enterprise tech start-up. i=Change was a 2018 finalist for Optus Innovator of the Year and won Australia Post’s Online Retail Industry Award for ‘best-bootstrapped growth initiative’ - the first time a social enterprise won this award in Australia.

Here Jeremy shares insight into his journey co-founding and leading a tech start-up, with a focus on changing retail for good!

POSTED 29 January 2019

Simon Griffiths is the Co-Founder and CEO of Who Gives A Crap, a profit-for-purpose toilet paper company that uses 50% of its profits to build toilets in the developing world. He is an outstanding entrepreneur and philanthropist who has built two social enterprises, generating donations of more than $1.9 million. His work has been covered by countless media outlets around the world, including The Huffington Post, MTV and The Stanford Social Innovation Review.

POSTED 17 August 2018

As CEO of the Internet Industry Association from 1997-2011, Peter Coroneos championed best practice across a range of issues, from privacy to cybersecurity to child protection. He served six years alongside the current privacy commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, on the Privacy Advisory Committee, a ministerial panel which advised government and industry on emerging social and technological threats to privacy.

Peter & co-author Michael have kindly shared the preface for their new book The Cyber Breach Communication Playbook. It’s a must-read for boards and senior executives to tackle the cyber breach communication challenge & Peter is offering half-day workshops to tackle this challenge.

POSTED 03 May 2018

As CEO of the Internet Industry Association from 1997-2011, Peter Coroneos championed best practice across a range of issues, from privacy to cybersecurity to child protection. He served six years alongside the current privacy commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, on the Privacy Advisory Committee, a ministerial panel which advised government and industry on emerging social and technological threats to privacy. Peter was a prime mover in the passage of Australia’s anti-spam laws, heralded as the strongest in the world, which removed us from the top 20 list of spamming nations. He also helped secure changes to the Privacy Act which brought the private sector under its remit. He twice represented Australian industry at APEC on standards for privacy protection throughout the Asia Pacific. He is now Regional Head for the global Cybersecurity Advisors Network.

Here the Digital Disruption speaker discusses Facebook’s latest announcement that it will enter the dating market.

POSTED 12 April 2018

As CEO of the Internet Industry Association from 1997-2011, Peter Coroneos championed best practice across a range of issues, from privacy to cybersecurity to child protection. He served six years alongside the current privacy commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, on the Privacy Advisory Committee, a ministerial panel which advised government and industry on emerging social and technological threats to privacy. Peter was a prime mover in the passage of Australia’s anti-spam laws, heralded as the strongest in the world, which removed us from the top 20 list of spamming nations. He also helped secure changes to the Privacy Act which brought the private sector under its remit. He twice represented Australian industry at APEC on standards for privacy protection throughout the Asia Pacific. He is now Regional Head for the global Cybersecurity Advisors Network.

Here the Digital Disruption speaker follows on from his last article Cambridge Analytica, Facebook and who controls your data and discusses Facebook's response.

POSTED 10 April 2018

Steve Sammartino is a business technologist who will blow your mind with his keynote. Uniquely combining anthropology and technology, Steve demystifies the rapidly changing rules of business. Your audience will leave inspired knowing exactly what they need to do next.

Here the Futurist Speaker talks us through Blockchain and explains what you need to know (in a very simple, non-techy way). 

POSTED 30 November 2017

Al Jeffery is a gift to many teams. Having launched a series of successful social enterprises from the age of 12! Today, Al is an international speaker and facilitator, working with people and organisations to help them discover their creative potential through mindfulness, community-building and integrating purpose into work.

Here the business speaker shares his insight and experience into mindfulness being critical in leading intergenerational teams.

POSTED 23 May 2017

Steve Sammartino is a ‘business technologist’ who will blow your mind with his keynote. Uniquely combining anthropology and technology, Steve demystifies the rapidly changing rules of business. Audiences always leave inspired and know exactly what they need to do next. Steve is a best-selling Author and is just about to release his new book The Lessons School Forgot which is an instruction manual for hacking your mind and acquiring the skills to take control of your life and fortunes in the digital age. 

Steve has kindly shared chapter one of The Lessons School Forgot with us at ICMI so you can have a sneak peek.

POSTED 04 May 2017

Steve Sammartino is a ‘business technologist’ who will blow your mind with his keynote. Uniquely combining anthropology and technology, Steve demystifies the rapidly changing rules of business. Audiences always leave inspired and know exactly what they need to do next. Steve is just about to release his new book The Lessons School Forgot which is an instruction manual for hacking your mind and acquiring the skills to take control of your life and fortunes in the digital age. Steve is also a best-selling author of The Great Fragmentation, a business manifesto for the technology revolution. It has been translated into multiple languages and has a 5-star rating on Amazon.

Here the Futurist Speaker shares his insight and expertise about the future of the technology revolution we are currently experiencing.

POSTED 07 February 2017

Mark Cameron is a strategic digital mastermind specialising in the digital business model revolution and customer engagement platform creation. A columnist for over 6 years, his expertise and opinions are featured in Australia's leading business magazine BRW, as well as the industry focussed Marketing Magazine, CMO, Social Media Today and Smart Data Collective in the USA. Mark has been inducted into an exclusive group of specialists from around the world regarded as Certified Experience Economy Experts. Mark is the 225th person to receive this qualification worldwide – and the only Australian on the list. Mark is a perfect fit for progressive thinking conferences and events.

In this series, the Digital Disruption Speaker discusses some key Experience Economy themes and frames them up for the current digital world. In part two, Mark looks at how businesses evolve and why building personalised products and experiences drive margin gains. In part three, he discusses the five stages of leading customer focused change. So stayed tuned.

POSTED 23 June 2016

Al Jeffery is now ranked as one of Australia’s top 30 young entrepreneurs. While young, he has amassed enough valuable experience to be a leader on topics equally relevant to both early careerists and experienced corporate veterans. After nine years immersed in social enterprise, he’s an expert on social innovation, technology and the role of human behaviour in all areas of business. Al has spoken at and facilitated internationally with many companies such as Google, AusPost, Telstra, Apple and more. The Business Speaker wraps up his experience and learnings so leaders can allow for a mindful, productive & creative culture in their intergenerational teams.

POSTED 03 May 2016

 

Al Jeffery started his first social enterprise at 12 and is now ranked as one of Australia’s top 30 young entrepreneurs. While young, he has amassed enough valuable experience to be a leader on topics equally relevant to both early careerists and experienced corporate veterans. After nine years immersed in social enterprise, he’s an expert on social innovation, technology and the role of human behaviour in all areas of business. He is a powerful, entertaining and a well-trained speaker and facilitator. Here the creativity & innovation speaker shares his insights and experience into subconscious behaviour causing a corporate disconnect with Millennials.

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