The Trans - Tasman Business Circle is a strategic growth partner for the region’s leading organisations in the private and public sector.
The Circle partners with our clients to build their strategic relationships, business insights and profile by developing customised programs for stakeholder engagement.

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Forthcoming Briefings

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COMPANY SPEAKER DATE CITY
SmartSpaceFonterra Co-operative GroupAUT Business SchoolCisco

Mr James Dodunski, Director

Mr Matt Trent, Manager Social Responsibility

Dr Angsana Techatassanasoontorn, Associate Professor

Vaughan Klein, Regional Manager, Collaboration - Channels & Commercial

30 Sep Auckland
Kensington Swan LawyersAuckland International Airport Limited

Mr Gerald Fitzgerald, Chairman

Mr Norris Carter, General Manager Aeronautical Commercial

12 Oct Auckland
The Westpac GroupTelstraAmbition GroupPwC

Ms Ainslie Van Onselen, Director Women’s Markets, Inclusion and Diversity

Mr Troy Roderick, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion

Ms Diana Hewitson, Head of Diversity & Inclusion

Mr Ian Bennett, Partner, PwC Deals D&I Leader

14 Oct Sydney
Australian War Memorial

The Hon. Dr Brendan Nelson, Director

14 Oct Sydney
New Zealand Government

Hon Hekia Parata, Minister of Education

14 Oct Wellington
Commonwealth Bank

Mr Ian Narev, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer

18 Oct Sydney
Ministry for Women

Ms Karen Jones, Acting Chief Executive

26 Oct Auckland
Australian News Channel

Mr Angelos Frangopoulos, CEO and Managing Editor

27 Oct Sydney
Government of AustraliaNew Zealand Government

The Hon. Scott Morrison, Treasurer

Hon Bill English, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, New Zealand Government

27 Oct Sydney
Australia & New Zealand Leadership Forum

Programme to be confirmed

28 Oct Sydney
Trade MeKiwi Connect8iCreative HQ

Mr Jared Gulian, Jobs Product Manager

Ms Alina Siegfried, Content and Communications

Ms Toni Moyes, Chief Operating Officer

Mr Stefan Korn, Chief Executive

2 Nov Wellington
Kensington Swan LawyersNew Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development

Mr Paul Buetow, Partner

Mr Stephen Selwood, Chief Executive Officer

3 Nov Auckland
MinterEllisonRuddWatts

Mr Nick Whitehouse, Chief Digital Officer

8 Nov Auckland
New Zealand Defence Force

Lieutenant General Tim Keating, Chief of Defence Force

10 Nov Wellington
Suncorp Group

Mr Steve Johnston, Group Chief Financial Officer

10 Nov Sydney
Department of Education and Training

Ms Gill Callister, Secretary

11 Nov Melbourne
 

Mastering multi-speed IT – Embrace the chaos and where your company can go

15 Nov Sydney
Australia PostAustralia Post

Mr Ahmed Fahour, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer

Mr John Stanhope, Chairman

16 Nov Melbourne
Qantas International and Freight

Mr Gareth Evans, Chief Executive Officer

16 Nov Auckland
Square Peg Capital

Mr Paul Bassat, Founder & Managing Director

17 Nov Melbourne

Media

2016

  • Israel's Tech Ventures

    Channel NewsAsia
    Invest in Israel Delegation to Singapore featuring Joy Phua, Managing Director, Izmus, Ziva Eger, Chief Executive, Invest in Israel Authority, Nimrod Kozlovski, Venture Partner, JVP Cyber Labs and Amer Subhi, Regional Sales Manager, SEA Mobileye

    Israel hopes to leverage on Singapore as a gateway to Asia, as its vibrant startup community goes in search of opportunities abroad. Jonathan Peeris looks at why Israel is brimming with investment opportunities.

  • What’s eating the public sector’s top technologists?

    6 September 2016 / Stephen Easton / The Mandarin
    Speakers: Charles McHardie, CTO, DHS, Peter Lawrence, CIO, Dept Defence & Marie Johnson, Head of Technology Authority, Centre for Digital Business

    When it comes to information technology, how do you keep up with the latest developments at the same time as keeping the lights on? What do you do in-house, when do you outsource and when do you form a blended workforce with external contractors?

    Three senior public sector technologists got the chance to chat about these and other challenges they are facing at a recent discussion hosted by the Trans-Tasman Business Circle. But that’s not to say there were any easy answers.

     

  • ASFA chief Martin Fahy faces argy bargy stymieing superannuation tax reform

    6 September 2016 / Sally Rose / Australian Financial Review
    Speaker: Brad Cooper, Chief Executive Officer, BT Financial Group

    In a speech to the Trans-Tasman Business Circle on Monday Mr Cooper said that decisions about super policy should be taken out of the annual budget cycle and aligned with the five-yearly intergenerational report. 

  • Banks go missing as tap-and-pay apps take off

    25 August 2016 / Michael Bennet / The Australian
    Speaker: Jon Sutton, Chief Executive Officer, Bank of Queensland

    At a Trans-Tasman Business Circle event in Sydney this month, Bank of Queensland chief Jon Sutton said branch usage had declined across all generations for transactional purposes, with a quarter of millennials in Australia, Britain and China used a banking app daily. However, he said smartphones would not replace the “emotional intelligence that an on-the-ground banker or branch manager can provide”.

About

The Trans - Tasman Business Circle is a strategic growth partner for the region’s leading organisations in the private and public sector.

The Circle partners with our clients to build their strategic relationships, business insights and profile by developing customised programs for stakeholder engagement.

Contact

  • Australia Office T: +61 2 9389 8988

  • New Zealand OfficeT: +64 9 373 3852

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