CEO/Entrepreneur Speakers

Julia Ross

Julia Ross is the founding Managing Director of Australia's largest independent recruitment company. The company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in September 2000 and at that time was the largest ever female-owned company to float on the ASX. She remains the majority controlling shareholder. Julia opened her first office in Sydney in 1988, with a staff of one. Today Julia Ross Recruitment ...

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Julie Piantadosi

What workforce or people challenge is your organisation facing right now? Chances are Julie Piantadosi has been there before. A successful entrepreneur and business woman of influence Julie is a rare and clear voice in the corporate world. Julie believes in practical solutions for people and their businesses. Julie is an extraordinary motivator with business experience who delivers practical a ...

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Kamal Sarma

From monk to venture capitalist and keynote speaker Kamal Sarma has transformed leaders and teams globally. Over the last 20 years he has delivered significant results for people and companies with his customised framework and teachings.

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Karen Matthews

Karen Matthews has over 22 years experience in national and international retailing, franchising and strategic brand management. Karen recently resigned after 10 years as CEO of skincare company Ella Bache. She is recognized in the business community as an innovative leader with strong operational and strategic skills and operates as she calls it by an intuitive style of values based leadership - ...

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Kate Morris

Beauty advocate Kate Morris, founder of Adorebeauty.com.au, started Australia’s first beauty e-commerce site in 1999 from a garage in Melbourne at the age of 21.

Starting with just $12,000 and two little known cosmetic companies on board, Adore Beauty has grown to more than 200 brands, 13,000 products, and hundreds of thousands of customers.

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Katrina Webb

As an Australian sporting legend, Katrina Webb in no stranger to a gold medal podium or a star-lit stage. She has received awards and medals most athletes only dream about. Despite this success, her journey hasn’t always been easy. Born into a family of sporting stars, it was no surprise that a young Katrina Webb was born with natural athleticism. By the age of eighteen, she had already secured a netball scholarship at The Australian Institute of Sport. What she didn’t realise at this time was that her sporting career was about to take an unexpected turn.

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Keith Ferrazzi

Inspiring teams to jump start organizational change

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Kevin Colleran

Facebook's pioneering sales executive and among its first ten employees, Kevin Colleran was an integral part of the social networking behemoth's sales force. As the company's Global Partnership Lead, he was responsible for creatively monetizing the site without hampering user experience. He was named one of New York's 100 Coolest Tech People by Business Insider. Colleran is a board member of sever ...

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Kevin Panozza

Kevin built the most successful outsourced sales and customer service business in Australia and NZ, SalesForce. Through a passionate approach to engage staff and create a culture for high performance, Kevin's, lifetime of experience, and strong personal convictions about stimulating work environments and empowering cultures, has resulted in SalesForce being voted 'Best Employer in Australia and N ...

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Kirsty Dunphey

Kirsty Dunphey has first and foremost always been entrepreneurial. In 2002 Kirsty was named as the National Winner of Telstra's Young Business Woman of the Year Award. With two businesses and two part time jobs under her belt by the age of 16 to her own real estate agency at 21 Kirsty has been described as "Little bit Aussie Battler, Little bit Sassy Entrepreneur". ...

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