Featured Speakers


Andre Eikmeier - CEO and co-founder, Vinomofo

After years of poverty, stupidity, half an accounting degree, a failed family business, an acting career in four out of five of Australia’s worst TV shows, a singing career that never transcended being lead singer in a One Hit Wonders covers band, a job on the phones at a direct marketing wine company, and a year-long wine adventure travelling round the country in a kombi…

… Andre finally launched wine startup Vinomofo in 2011, and it’s grown into a $100 million global wine empire. This is his story.

Tomer Garzberg - Founder and CEO, Gronade

Tomer Garzberg is the founder and CEO of GRONADE, a predictive decisioning and future-of-work company in Sydney. GRONADE operates on the philosophy that if data is the new oil, without an ignition, it’s just latent potential.

The GRONADE team partners with Fortune 500’s and enterprise to run experiments on the back of data science initiatives, deploying machine intelligence and behavioural experiments to reduce operational expenditure, amplify profit, and capitalise on future-of-work  opportunities.

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Stephen Scheeler - former Facebook CEO, Australia and New Zealand

Stephen Scheeler is the former Facebook CEO for Australia and New Zealand, where he helped guide Facebook’s rise from quirky startup to media and technology titan. His tenure at Facebook saw the ANZ business grow into the most successful Facebook market in the world.

Today – as advisor to CEO’s and senior leaders – he helps businesses build world-beating digital strategies, capabilities, culture and leadership, including Qantas, nab, Westpac, Macquarie Bank, IAG, Suncorp, Telstra, Wesfarmers, AMP, CUB, Brambles, Google, Seven West Media, QBE, JB Hi-Fi, Bunnings, Mirvac and the Australian Government. Stephen is a member of PM Malcolm Turnbull’s Knowledge Nation 100, top innovation leaders in Australia.

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