Speakers

Stephen Simpson

Great corporate cultures enable strategic goals to be achieved and fuel employee engagement. Great corporate cultures create a measurable point of difference in terms of individual and organisational performance. Importantly, great corporate cultures can’t be copied. But they don’t just happen by chance.

Emily Simpson

Emily was pregnant and wanted to buy a black bra. Horrified by the "sexless scaffolding" that was on offer, she started Full Bloom in 1994 to provide "Beautiful underwear for women at their most beautiful". After three years of trading in stores throughout Australia, they changed course and have now become a thriving mail order service ...

Joe Simpson

Joe Simpson has drawn from his experiences as one of the world's most successful and respected mountaineers to become a leading author. "Touching the Void", the story of his amazing survival, having shattered his leg and been left for dead in a crevasse high in the Andes, has sold over a million copies worldwide. He now brings his knowledge and powerful stories to the corporate sector in an amaz ...

Jack Sims

Founder of two international corporations on two continents, Jack Sims offers the unique perspective of a transplanted Brit, who started the largest number one-ranked marketing agency in America. His clients are some of the biggest and best brands on the planet, and his expertise lies in getting serious buesinss growth to apply to every person who has though about growing his or her business into ...

Jack Singleton

Jack Singleton is more than a chip off the old block when it comes to creating an industry buzz. Jack Singleton, the son of larrikin adman John, says that when the Jack Watts advertising agency started up in 1998 it was a small business. "Meaning we didn't have any clients," the 33-year-old laughs. These days it's a very different story, with their billings hitting the $52 million mark. ...

Gemma Sisia

From God's house to the school house, Gemma Sisia has given many children the gift of education in Tanzania. With only $10 in her bank account, the former Guyra farm girl set up a school in Tanzania for poor but bright African children. Gemma found sponsors and supporters in Australia, and literally helped build the school - brick by brick - on an idyllic piece of land at the foot of Mount Meru in ...

Sichan Siv

Sichan Siv embodies the classic American dream come true. A refugee from Cambodia, he came to United States in 1976 with nothing but an education, and was nominated by President George W. Bush in October 2001 and unanimously confirmed by the Senate as the 28th Ambassador to the United Nations Economic and Social Council. From 2001 to 2006, he concurrently represented the United States at the U.N. ...

Six Foot Four

Ian, Steve, Lecky and James formed "The Six Foot Four" during a rehearsal of the Melbournaires Barbershop Chorus (in Melbourne, Australia) in March, 2000. As we are all at least six foot tall, Steve suggested that we call ourselves "The Six Foot Four". Ian (Lead) is the musical director of the Melbournaires and a former Baritone section leader. Steve (Bari) is the Bass section leader of the Melb ...

Mark Skaife

Arguably one of Australia's leading drivers of the 90's and part of the Holden Racing Team, Mark Skaife has an enviable reputation surrounded with success. In 2001 Mark succeeded in clenching his 2nd Championship for the Holden Racing Team, and 4th overall. A perfectionist, Mark is dedicated to constantly improving the performance of the teams racing Commodore, working constantly with his data and ...

Matt Skinner

Matt Skinner is an author, writer, consultant, and educator well-known to international audiences for his refreshing take on wine, and knack for making it simple. A strong believer that wine is for everyone, and that enjoying it is your right rather than your privilege, Matt has twice been short-listed for the IWSC International Communicator of the Year Award, is author of the awarded and internat ...

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