The Business of Giving Back: unlocking profit with purpose
Join us for a special event at NAB HQ in Melbourne with the Founder of i=Change, the CEO’s of Decjuba, Cristina Re and the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, to learn about one of the fastest growing movements in business.
It is now easier than ever for business to become a force for good, and savvy millennial consumers are powering this movement. Digital tools like i=Change (used by Tigerlily, Decjuba & Cristina Re) – are driving powerful brand engagement and meaningful differentiation.
Hear how retailers are building tribes of ambassadors, by authentically communicating their purpose beyond profit.
Learn how some of the most successful global brands are building ‘giving into their DNA’ and its positive impact on profit.
Jeremy Meltzer is the Founder of i=Change, a new and highly innovative tech platform that turns e-commerce into a ‘force for good’. Jeremy shares an inspiring, global journey that illuminates why business – to remain relevant and competitive – must now have a purpose beyond profit.
Tania Austin, CEO of Decjuba, (previous co-owner of The Cotton On Group) is one of Australia’s leading women’s fashion retailers. Tania is strongly driven by her desire to give back, founded in her work with Virgin Unite and The Hunger Project.
Cristina Re, CEO of Cristina Re Designs, is one of Australia’s leading designer giftware brands, which sells in over 1000 boutiques including David Jones, Office Works and Target.
Steve Betinsky, General Manager of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre has also held several senior corporate leadership roles, including General Manager of Transaction Banking (NAB), Head of Payment Solutions (NAB) and Operations Manager (Telstra).
TICKETS: Free but RSVP is essential. RSVP here
DATE: Wednesday 19 October, 6-8pm. Drinks and appetizers included
WHERE: Nab, The Arena, 700 Bourke St, Docklands, Melbourne
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