2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Hub 1, 42 Don Street,
HOW CAN LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION CREATE A FAIRER AND MORE INCLUSIVE ECONOMY?
In collaboration with Callaghan Innovation, COIN South is excited for the opportunity to bring Festival for the Future down South, in the Festival’s first ever digital summit.
Festival for the Future is an exciting annual event that celebrates innovation, inspiration and making a difference to our future. Over the past nine years the Festival has played host to thousands of people from New Zealand and all over the world. The focus this year is Hope, Equality, Economy and Climate.
COIN South is teaming up with Southland Chamber of Commerce and KIND Women to screen some of week’s programme on the big screen, and we’d love you to join us.
THURSDAY 16 JULY
Time: 2 – 3pm
Venue: COIN South, 42 Don Street.
Please make sure you register early, spaces are limited.
– Brad Olsen (MC)/ Aotearoa NZ: Senior Economist at Informetrics, Former Queen’s Young Leader Award.
– Pat Dwyer (Philippines/Hong Kong): Founder at The Purpose Business, passionate about responsible leadership.
– David Galipeau (Thailand): Founder of SDGx,social innovation investments into next-gen technologies.
– Rosalie Nelson (NZ) Callaghan Innovation. General Manager of Strategy, Impact and Insights.
Register here: https://commercesouth.com/events-and-networks/coc-other/event-festival-for-the-future-ws2
For more information about the Festival check it out at www.festivalforthefuture.co
Keep an eye out for the session’s that Kind Women and Southland Chamber of Commerce will be hosting on their Facebook pages.
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