More than ever, business is being done digitally. Travel bans have changed how organisations interact with their customers, clients and peers, but no Zoom call can equal face-to-face contact when it comes to building relationships. How should SMEs strike the balance in our not-quite-post-COVID world?
Corporate Traveller and Komosion have partnered to bring SMEs the opportunity to submit their digital sales and marketing questions to an expert consulting panel. The seminar will provide:
exclusive access to some of Australia’s brightest minds in startup and small business growth;
real world solutions to real SMEs’ business problems;
the chance to hear the issues similar companies are facing, and how to address them;
a seminar valued at more than $5,000, free of charge.
Our panel includes:
a Global expert in digital transformation;
Deloitte Australia’s former client relationship coach for its Partners;
an Executive and Director who drove $640 million worth of ticket sales to the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games; plus
two of Corporate Traveller’s most senior executives
John O’Neill founded Komosion in 2009 and has worked in small businesses for over 10 years. He is a former MD of Destination NSW, is a Chairman and Non Executive Director and Advisor on Digital Transformation to the National Museum of Australia. He was the Communications Manager for the $640 million Ticket Marketing Program for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
John holds a Masters in Management from ANU. John has led and managed change through highly complex government, corporate and not-for-profit environments.
Clean Energy & CleanTech Program Director, Brinc Australia
Tuan is the Clean Tech Program Director at Brinc Australia, a venture capital and accelerator firm. He has 20 years of experience in improving business performance through customer-centric transformation, including EY Advisory, SAP and Altran. He is also a Komosion Advisory Board member.
Tuan holds a Masters in Engineering from Centrale Supelec, part of the Universite de Paris-Sacle.
Helen’s mission is to give young people opportunities to thrive in life and empower them to use their voice. Helen is also a Board Director at Adopt Change, a not-for-profit organisation founded by Deborra-lee Furness to support and educate families and communities in caring for displaced children; she is a member of the Board of Advisors at Komosion; and formerly held senior Lead Client Service Director and Strategic Advisory positions at Deloitte. She has 20 years’ experience in legal and professional services, including owning / operating her own legal recruitment company.
Helen holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Tasmania.
Kate is an outstanding digital strategist with global expertise in digital publishing, having run research, product management and marketing functions across digital and print for one of the world’s biggest educational publishers, Pearson PLC, at its London headquarters.
Kate is highly proficient in user research and ecommerce systems, product management, pricing and distribution across B2B and B2C channels and digital communications. She has overseen change management programs within multi-departmental matrix organisations as well as startups.
Kate holds a BA/BComm from the University of Melbourne and a MA in Electronic Comms and Publishing from University College London.
Kim Robertson is the National Marketing Leader for Corporate Traveller Australia.
A commercially astute B2B marketing leader with proven capabilities in developing and leading successful growth initiatives for global and Australian market leaders such as IBM and SAI Global, Kim’s experience spans product development, marketing and sales and customer success.
With over 15 years in the field of B2B marketing, across multiple disciplines, channels and industries, Kim brings a wealth of B2B experience to the table, coupled with a healthy dose of curiosity and passion for continuous business improvement.
Miling is a driven People Leader, with over 15 years experience in Sales, Leadership and Business Management across multiple industries. She believes business plays a part in helping shape people’s personal development and continuously strives to be a role model for positive change.
Throughout her sales career, she has helped businesses thrive through an executive mindset and a genuine curiosity about the combination of factors that drive performance. As Head of Sales for Corporate Traveller, she has led a successful sales team by creating a culture based on ownership, accountability and personal belief.
Miling is also an active committee member of Womenwise – a Flight Centre Travel Group initiative established in 2015 by a group of senior female leaders to inspire all women by showcasing opportunity, providing role models and offering structured support to create gender balance in all leadership teams across the Flight Centre Group.
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