Ditto a university lecturer and a customer experience group manager at an energy company?
Young marketers and advertisers wanting to know more about innovation in business, brand, digital and product, can learn from three experts speaking at the next ADMA Queensland 30Below networking night. The action takes place Wednesday, 1 July 2015 at Miss Kay’s, 185 George Street, Brisbane from 6.00pm.
The speakers will be Brett Milne (pictured), group manager-retail customer experience and marketing, Ergon Energy; Matt Kowal, global solutions strategy director, Guvera; and, Dr Michael Rosemann, professor and head of the Information Systems School, Science and Engineering Faculty, Queensland University of Technology.
“Innovation is becoming more crucial to everyday work, but many people think it’s just a buzzword. The experts we have coming will offer valuable advice on how to maximise your innovative talents for daily work. Innovate 2015 is a must-attend event for everyone seeking fresh insights, ideas and tools,” said Tamara Browning, committee member, 30Below Queensland.
Brett Milne has an extensive background in marketing, customer service and commercialisation within a range of industries and held a number of senior marketing, customer service and product development roles within Ergon, Telstra and AAPT.
He has also developed customer service activities for a range of businesses in Africa, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. He is passionate about creating value, improving productivity and reducing customer effort through collaboration and enabling an organisation to release the capabilities of its most valuable resource: its people.
Matt Kowal is a senior marketing specialist drawing from strong operations, brand and management experience in both the Southern and Northern Hemisphere. Transitioning from a marketing director role for EMEA with Monster Energy, he has taken on the position of Global Solutions Strategy Director at Guvera, responsible for delivering integrated solutions for commercial partners and clients. Founded in 2008, the international award-winning music streaming service provides consumers with unlimited access to local and international music in a way that supports the artists and record labels responsible for producing it.
Dr Michael Rosemann is a disruptive thinker with a digital mind and a passion for corporate innovation, revenue resilience, process design and research management. His work is focused on creating exciting future worlds with today’s possibilities that make current practices obsolete. His current areas of interest are data markets and foresight innovation, and deriving value from communities, innovation systems and effective university-industry relationships.
Rosemann regularly provides advice related to performance, innovation and process management to organisations and their executives from diverse industries including telcos, banking, insurance, utilities, retail, the public sector, higher education and the film industry. He is the author/editor of seven books and more than 250 refereed paper. He is also an editorial board member of 10 international journals and co-inventor of two US patents.
Tickets cost $35 which includes two drinks and canapés. To book, click here