Speakers

Shae McNamara

Shae McNamara played college basketball in the NCAA for Marist College, in Poughkeepsie, New York before heading to Germany to join the TSV Dachau Spurs. In 2009 he uploaded a YouTube video displaying his AFL skills, which saw Collingwood recruiters jump on a plane to the States to meet him. The Magpies then signed him as an International Rookie for the 2010 season. After three seasons with Collin ...

Paul Stevens

A popular After-Dinner Speaker, Paul has toured around the world, met and worked for many top golfing legends. Even in retirement is still the longest serving tour caddie to date, amassing 35 years on the tour. There's two things Paul loves, Entertaining and Caddying. Although he retired from the Tour as a caddie, he can look back on his career with pride, and historically say 'I was there!' when ...

Bill Evans

He is currently Managing Director: Economics of Westpac. He is the Bank's economic spokesman and is responsible for all of the Bank's economic and capital markets research, in addition to advising the Board on economic issues. Bill travels frequently, advising Westpac's customers on the Australian economy and financial markets. He has developed many important contacts in the U.S, Europe and Asia. ...

Ricky Ponting

Ricky is a past captain of Australia's cricket team and one of the most decorated players in the history of the game. Recently retired, he is Australia's leading run scorer in both Test and ODI formats, has won more Test and ODI cricket matches both as player and captain than any other Australian cricketer and is second only to Sachin Tendulkar in total runs scored in Test match cricket. Ricky is ...

Adam Franklin

Adam Franklin is the author of Web Marketing That Works. Plus he's an international social media speaker and marketing manager of a web marketing firm he co-founded in 2005. His Media blog has been named in Australia's Top 20 Business Blogs for the last 4 years. He is a regular blogger for Startup Smart and occasionally writes for Smart Company and the Sydney Morning Herald, and he has be ...

Peter Guber

Founder and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment, a visionary multimedia venture spanning movies, TV, sports, and new media, Peter Guber is among the most successful executives and entrepreneurs in the entertainment and communications industries. A passionate, humorous, and tireless motivator and speaker, Guber has dedicated himself to coaching current and future leaders about the importance of telli ...

Tom Panos

Tom Panos is the Real Estate Advertising Director for News Ltd and is one of Sydney’s leading real estate auctioneers as well as being a sought after key note corporate speaker. Tom is regarded as Australia’s premier authority on Real Estate marketing and considered by his peers and Australia’s leading real estate agents as the No. 1 educator and thought leader in his field. Tom als ...

Richard Phillips

For five days in April 2009, the world was glued to their TV screens as Captain Richard Phillips became the center of an extraordinary international drama when he was captured by Somali pirates who hijacked his ship, the first hijacking of a U.S. ship in more than 200 years. ...

Joanna McMillan

Dr. Joanna McMillan is a registered nutritionist with a PhD in nutritional science and a popular media spokesperson. She writes a weekly column for Sunday Life, is the nutrition expert for several ACP magazines, is a contributor to Body & Soul and is a regular guest on 2GB's Health and Wellbeing show. A Nine Network regular, Joanna has been with TODAY show for 5 years. Her philosophy on diet i ...

Fred Chaney

Fred Chaney AO is a former Western Australian politician who, until April 2007, held the position of deputy chairman of the Australian Native Title Tribunal and is Chair of Desert Knowledge Australia and on the Board of Directors of Reconciliation Australia. Chaney was born in Perth, Western Australia and educated at the University of Western Australia. He practised law and was admitted as a ba ...

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