Female Founders - Digital & Data Trends and Opportunities

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10:00am
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12:00pm
10am - 12pm
Free Event

Female Founders - Digital & Data Trends and Opportunities

You’ve embraced the virtual world so now how do you supercharge your digital strategy?


About this Event

Understanding the real needs, interests, and behaviours of your customers and stakeholders through data analytics will help you formulate a successful digital strategy for 2021. To help you separate fact from fiction, we’ve invited experts in data and cybersecurity to identify trends, opportunities and provide insights on:

  • Digital Platforms
  • Digital Trends
  • Cybersecurity
  • New data sources and how they can help you

Following the discussion, we'll explore best practices for using data analytics and digital innovation to retain and deepen customer connections, align strategic planning with changing customer behaviour, increase media efficiency to acquire customers, and advance digital transformation efforts.

Come along to this workshop to discuss all things digital and uncover new growth opportunities for your business.

Note: Morning tea and refreshments will be available at this event. To assist Event Organisers, please advise us as soon as possible if you are unable to attend so we can inform the venue and ensure COVID Safe protocols are met.

About the Speakers

Tracey Gosling has been leading businesses to find new value in markets, create growth and empower teams through the toughest of challenges to deliver outstanding performance and results is my reason for being. Through the application of commercial, technology, innovation and leadership models is critical to helping businesses of all sizes scale new growth opportunities in a digital world.

Tracey brings 25+ years of executive leadership and transformation experience from Global ICT, Large Australian Companies, Mid-Tier Accounting and small businesses which included extensive international engagement with partner organisations from USA, UK, India, Spain and France.

Mark Hamilton was appointed the Manager of the Sunshine Coast Cyber Security Innovation Node in July 2020 and is focused on developing a strong and collaborative cyber industry within the region.

Mark has a passion for innovation and is outcome driven working closely with industry, education, government and community to deliver successful partnerships. Mark brings a wealth of experience from industries in Mining and Energy Sectors with a background founded in disciplines from Technical, ICT, Project Management and Business Development.

Kellie Dyer is a creative and enthusiastic person with a diverse range of experience. Kellie has applied her highly regarded skills in business, technology, and innovation to support large infrastructure organisations, small and medium-sized businesses, academia, and other research centres. Working as the Adoption and Commercialisation Manager for a research-based organisation allowed Kellie to appreciate different commercialisation strategies.

Kellie is a non-executive director of a financial services organisation and a national research organisation. She has been involved in a number of strategic projects, including launching spin-offs and re-branding and re-positioning other types of organisations. Kellie is a certified Innovation Facilitator and is both a graduate and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.