Monica Bradley

MC

Monica is a communicator with exceptional strategy, technology and sustainability experience. She is a sought-after media commentator, speaker and facilitator who translates the changing world into compelling stories that create energy and understanding.

Monica helps organisations transform and thrive in the innovation economy by designing game changing business models that are anchored in purpose, enabled by technology, design with genuine market need and centred on prosperity through sustainability.

Monica holds a number of board roles including B Lab Australia/NZ which is the global certification for social change through business. She has a genuine ambition to help grow globally significant ventures from Australia and undertakes an impressive portfolio of non-executive directorships, advisory roles and board level strategy advice that deliver on her purpose.

Through her directorships and advisory roles, she facilitates implementable innovation, investment and technology strategy to corporates, government, not for profits and start-ups.  Monica draws on her global network to connect the capital, technology, talent and customers which create sustainable ventures.

Hear Monica MC at the The Commonwealth – Business Advantages and Opportunities on 4 April and the Global Entrepreneur and Investor Exchange on 5 April at Commonwealth House.

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