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Westpac on the hunt for 200 businesses of tomorrow

31 August 2016

Businesses of Tomorrow represents a search to recognise 200 Australian businesses that have the potential to shape the future of our country. To support their future success Westpac Group is providing recognition, support and unique rewards to all these amazing businesses, as well as a special prize to the top 20 who will get one-to-one mentoring from influential Australian business leaders, a $100k professional package and a ticket on a once in a life time global study tour.

What is a Business of Tomorrow?

Our judges are looking for businesses that are shaping Australia’s future - in ways big or small. A Business of Tomorrow will be able to demonstrate one or more of the following criteria:

  • A track record of delivery
  • Capability to meet tomorrow’s challenges
  • Clarity of purpose and vision
  • Adaptability and resilience
  • Outstanding value to customers
  • Contribute beyond your business - communities, industry or the economy

Applications are open and if you reach that top 20, then

Meet the Mentors

Andrew Bate

Andrew Bate

CEO & MD

SwarmFarm Robotics

Ita Buttrose AO OBE

Ita Buttrose AO OBE

Journalist & Business Woman

Simon Cant

Simon Cant

Co-Founder & MD

Reinventure Group

Alison Deans

Alison Deans

Director

Westpac Group, Cochlear, IAG, kikki.K Holdings

John Eales AM

John Eales AM

Former Australian Rugby Union Captain

Rod Jones

Rod Jones

CEO

Navitas

Gail Kelly

Gail Kelly

Former CEO

Westpac Group

Pip Marlow

Pip Marlow

MD

Microsoft Australia

Michael McLeod

Michael McLeod

CEO

Message Stick Group

Neville Mitchell

Neville Mitchell

CFO

Cochlear

Steven Persson

Steven Persson

CEO

The Big Issue

Carla Zampatti AC

Carla Zampatti AC

Executive Chairman

Carla Zampatti Pty Ltd

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