Speakers and Panellists

Nkosana Mafico

Based in Australia, Nkosana has represented the country at the 2014 G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance Summit and at the 2015 Global Student Entrepreneur Awards in Washington DC.

Louise Martin

Louise Martin is President of the Commonwealth Games Federation, elected at the General Assembly in Auckland, New Zealand in September 2015 and the first female to hold this office in the history of the Commonwealth Sports Movement.

Adam Mcarthur

Adam's management and corporate development experience comes from working in a variety of sectors in the US, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Chris Morley

Chris Morley is passionate about growing brands through eCommerce and other emerging technologies shaping the new retail environment...

Chris Norden

Amazonia Group is the leading wholefood protein and nutritional supplement brand "RAW" and also has the market leading position in the Acai market.

Anil Patel

Throughout his career Anil has experienced and adapted to the constantly-changing environment of the retail sector in Fiji.

Mark Prenter

Mark is the General Manager for Sulkem group with responsibility for overseeing business operations for Bluerock, Sulkem and Argus Australia and New Zealand.

Brian Siebert

With over 26 years’ experience in the industry, Brian Siebert brings vast commercial credentials in both marketing and manufacturing to the business, in his role as Leader of the BJP Team.

Cheryl Stewart

Cheryl’s main role has been spearheading the growth of the international sales for Morlife and is responsible for the major supermarket business, and contract customers.

Tom Tate

Tom Tate was re-elected Mayor of the City of Gold Coast, in March 2016. As Mayor, Tom has delivered an ‘open for business’ agenda right across the city and internationally.

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