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A unique opportunity to meet a key executive

 

In partnership with MeetMagic the Digital AI Summit provides an opportunity to book a one-on-one meeting from an extensive list of C-levels Executives. You have almost 300 execs to select from on the platform so there will certainly be some one you would really value meeting.

 

How it works:

  1. Buy a Summit ticket or Premium Table
  2. You then get free access for six months to the Meetmagic platform
  3. From that platform, select the key executives you will like to meet face-to-face
  4. Meetmagic will arrange that meeting for a fee of $1000, half of which is donated to the Tech Girls movement (details below)
  5. That meeting can be either at the Digital AI Summit or at a later date

 

Here is just a sample of the C-Level executives you can meet. Note all these executives will be attending the Digital AI Summit.

 

NAB

Srikanth Sharma

Manager, Technology Platforms Architecture

Equifax

Michael Chia

General Manager Decision Systems

Serco

Rajdeep Singh

Technology Director/ Business Solutions Director

 

Whispir

Robyn Djelassi

Group Head of HR

 

Australia Post

Andrew Walduck

EGM Product & Innovation

Microsoft

Blair Bryant

Global Digital Advisor

AESOP

Tonya Higgins

Chief Digital Officer

 

Wesfarmers Industrials

Andrew Matuszczak

Chief Technology Officer

 

Save The Children

Adrian Stagg

CIO

 

 

Unico Computer Systems

John Bentham

Director of Professional Services
 

McConnell Dowell

Heinrich Kukkuk

CIO

 

 

Credit Clear

Jay Stansell

Vice President Product (AI, Data, CX, Optimisation) 

ANZ BANK

Paul Burrow

Cyber Security Behavioural Expert HCD Designer 

NAB

Mat Medcalf

Head of Personalisation and Digital Audience Management

 

Orora Group

Matthew Perry

CIO

Culture AMP

Andy MacKinlay

Senior Software Developer

Computer-share

James Melford

Head of Software Engineering - Core Business Applications

 

Bureau of MeteorologY


Raechelle Mclean

Enterprise Transformation Manager

 

Schiavello Group

Bernard Wansink

CIO

Navi Technologies

Mubin Yousuf

CTO

 

Unilever T2

Manik Godhwani

Global Head of E commerce

Victoria University

Adrian Wong

Director, Procurement and Business Operations

Sportsbet

Louise Lysaght

Head of Customer Experience

 
 

 The Catch Group

Ivan Trajkovski

Head Of Customer Experience

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Melbourne Racing Club

Amy Singe

Executive Director people & Culture

Latitude Financial Services

Brad Blyth

Chief Technology Officer

 
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Australian Unity Bank

Suzy Wiegard

Banking Digital & Direct Transformation

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World Vision

Ian Evans

Head of Data, Analytics and Insights

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Australian Unity Bank

Jacek Kowalski

Chief Data Scientist

 
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Godfreys

Cat Parker

Chief Customer Officer

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Crown Bet Pty

Neil Agapis


Head of Data Science, Strategy and Customer Insights
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Northern Health

Michelle Fenwick

Executive Director, People & Culture

 
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Slater and Gordon Lawyers

Colin Tring

Head Of Information Technology,

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Slater and Gordon Lawyers

Dominique Requin

Chief Operating Office

 
 
 
 

Tech Girls Are Super Heroes

Book a one-on-one meeting and $500 of your fee is donated to this worthy charity 


 
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The goal of the Tech Girls Movement is to engage 10,000 girls directly in their *STEM Entrepreneurship program by 2020.

The not-for-profit organisation exists to give girls access to technology and programs to build their skills and confidence.

The Tech Girls Movement offers girls the opportunity to meet with real-life female role models - women working in STEM, as mentors and superheroes featured in the Tech Girls Are Superheroes books.

The company inspires young women to solve important community problems with technology, skills and business acumen through their annual online Search for the Next Tech Girl Superhero competition.

The group also runs hands-on workshops for entrepreneurship, robotics, electronics and more. The Founder & CEO of the Tech Girls Movement, Dr Jenine Beekhuyzen, advocates for diversity and inclusion through public speaking engagements.

*Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

 
 
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