CEOs Entrepreneurs Speakers

Craig Kimberley

Just Jeans was born in 1970. It was a time of transition, a time of restlessness, a time of rebellion. The original Just Jeans store opened in Chapel Street, Prahran in December of 1970 with the first day of trading bringing in an uninspiring cash total of $37. In 2001, Private equity group Catalyst paid Craig Kimberley $64 million for the 30 years' work it took him to build the denim and clothi ...

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Craig West

Craig West is a strategic accountant and the CEO of Succession Plus which is a specialised advisory practice focused on small business owners to help them manage the four key strategic issues that SME's face as they grow - Raising Capital, Building Equity, Protecting that equity and extracting the value you have built when you exit. Craig is a CPA and has been advising businesses in management, t ...

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Dale Beaumont

Dale Beaumont is best known as an award winning entrepreneur, technology enthusiast and a passionate promoter of education.

Having started his first business at the age of 19, Dale went on to build three different million dollar companies before the age of thirty.

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Dan Gregory

Dan Gregory is an expert on Human Behaviour & Engagement. A Behavioural Strategist, he works as a leadership speaker, author & social commentator, helping leaders, individuals and organisations.

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Daniel Grollo

Daniel Grollo is Executive Chairman and sole owner of Grocon, Australia’s largest private property investment, development and construction company. Daniel assumed the role of Executive Chairman in February 2014, having been Chief Executive Officer for the 14 years prior, as well as an Executive Director and member of the Grocon Board since 2000. In his role as Executive Chairman, Daniel c ...

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Dare Jennings

Even if you've never heard of Dare Jennings, it's unthinkable that any Australian could fail to recognise the cultural legacy of Mambo, the iconic street-and-surfwear company he co-founded in 1984.

With Deus Ex Machina, another international success drawn from cultural intuition, he has proven himself again to be a saavy entrepreneur with a knack for creating memorable and engaging brands.

Dare Jennings is that truly rare breed of speaker who still thrives in the business world of today, a presenter who can help your business stay relevant, powerful and engaged. Hire Dare for your next conference and learn how to lead your own global brand revolution...

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Darryl Lovegrove

Darryl Lovegrove has done it all. An Australian Event Awards ‘Entertainer of the Year’, a music theatre star and co-creator of the world’s most booked corporate entertainment act ‘The Three Waiters’, Darryl’s compelling stories and key take-home messages are a ‘must see’ for conference attendees worldwide.

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David Bornstein

Bornstein describes how, with determination and innovation, even a single person can make a positive change in the world. David Bornstein is the author of The Price of a Dream: The Story of the Grameen Bank, which chronicles the worldwide growth of the anti-poverty strategy 'micro-credit'. The Price of a Dream drew on ten months of research in villages in Bangladesh. It was selected by the San Fr ...

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David Houle

David Houle is a futurist, strategist and keynote speaker. He has always been slightly ahead the curve. David is consistently ranked as one of the top futurists and futurist keynote speakers on the major search engines. He has keynoted numerous conferences both across the country and internationally. He is regularly invited to speak and corporate management retreats. He recently won a Speaker of ...

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David Kirk

Appointed Chief Executive Officer of Fairfax newspaper publishing group in August 2005, and formally assumed the position in October 2005. Prior to Fairfax, David Kirk was the CEO and Managing Director of PMP Limited, the largest magazine and commercial printing and media services company in Australia. The company was publicly listed and had revenue of approximately A$1.4 billion and 4,000 empl ...

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