Improve business with technology led innovation
back by popular demand
opening keynote speaker
Making Change Happen
Presented by Northern Territory Government
The biggest challenge for most organisations in driving change and innovation, lies in making change happen.
Most people resist innovating because it seems too big, too hard and too scary. But innovation is achievable one small, doable step at a time.
Nigel Collin is a global thought leader on leading change. As a keynote speaker, he helps organisations and their people embrace change and act on it every day.
It is when people take ownership of change that excellence thrives.
This requires two things.
A shift in mindset that change is achievable one small, doable step at a time, and having a process for change to occur everyday.
This session is for business owners and leaders wanting to inspire and enable their teams to achieve a mindset for adopting and exploiting innovation every day and more importantly, acting on it.
This keynote presentation will:
1. demonstrate that change is a game of inches and not a one-off event;
2. help you understand, how to help your team embrace change; and
3. apply having a 'growth mindset' for you, your team and your organisation.
A Masterclass with Nigel Collin is also on offer, more information available here.
Returning in 2020, Amanda Pernechele, one of Darwin’s foremost social media and influencer marketers, will once again facilitate the Innovation Symposium.
Amanda has over 12 years’ experience in the media industry, and knows how to hold a room as an established MC and presenter. The founder of Moo Media NT, her experience includes hosting radio and television programs, numerous charity events and food and wine festivals to name a few.
NT innovation symposium
The Innovation Symposium is a must for Territory businesses and organisations who want to explore how technology led innovation can help their business develop in challenging economic conditions. The Innovation Symposium offers a unique chance for Territory business leaders to learn how investments a innovation can help business in some of the following ways:
improve productivity, doing more with less;
gain competitive advantages through improved profitability and reduced cost; and
improve customer experience by attracting new customers through differentiation from existing market offerings.
The Innovation Symposium will provide attendees with an opportunity to hear from industry experts and local business people on how innovation helps business succeed. The event will also showcase innovative solutions and services that can help solve real word challenges in everyday business.
The Innovation Symposium includes a host of free informative and interactive seminars featuring workshops and discussions. Attendees will benefit from scenario-based business presentations plus a host of networking opportunities all under one roof.
the nitty gritty
WHEN - Thursday 23 April 2020
WHERE - Hilton Darwin, 32 Mitchell Street, Darwin
PARKING - off street parking available at West Lane car park. Timed street parking available around the venue and along the Esplanade
TIME - 9am - 6pm
COST - Free
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION - please contact - Andrea Wicking,
Salty Plum Events - 0428 872 367 or email@example.com
The Information Communication Technology Industry Association of the Northern Territory (ICTNT) represents information technology services; supplier companies; and companies in the telecommunications industry across the Territory.
Key objectives of ICTNT are to:
be the primary ICT Industry advocacy body in the Northern Territory;
promote and represent the interests of the Northern Territory ICT Industry across both business & the public sector;
act on behalf of association members to support Government in the development of robust ICT policy;
attract, grow and retain ICT skills within the Territory through tools such as the ICT Industry Website; and
identify industry development initiatives, fund and broker these on behalf of members through opportunity generation activities.