Social Entrepreneurship – “Enabling social innovation through the Internet-of-Things

Event Details

  • DateFri 20 October 2017
  • Time7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • VenueUTS Business School, Dr Chau Chak Wing Building
  • Location14-28 Ultimo Rd Level 8 Ultimo NSW 2007
  • TypeSeminar
  • Ticket$60-80 per person
  • Table$Price for a table per table (seats Normally between 8-12)
  • ContactCristina Dietmann
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The Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce in partnership with UTS Business School and Swaab Attorneys is delighted to extend an invitation to you and your guests for a Social Entrepreneurship Breakfast - 'Enabling social innovation through the Internet of Things'. Speakers Frank Zeichner, Director, Knowledge Economy Institute, UTS & Co-founder of the IoT Alliance Australia, Frank drove the establishment of the Alliance, enlisting and engaging stakeholders across a wide spectrum. Frank has worked in the telecommunications industry, in Australia and overseas, for the last 33 years. Frank is a member of the Knowledge Economy Institute, based at UTS, the Australian Computer Society Data Taskforce, runs the Digital Technology Advisory, Creator Tech, and is an active member of the board of Telsoc. David Goad, Postgraduate Fellow and Honorary Associate, University of Sydney. He has over 30 years industry experience, having held senior leaderships roles at recognised IT brands such as KPMG Consulting, Microsoft and Hitachi Solutions. A consummate entrepreneur, David has created his own successful IT start-up, and built it up to be a global award-winning business prior to selling it. Currently a Post-Graduate Fellow at Sydney University, David teaches at both Sydney University and the University of New South Wales in the areas of Innovation, Business Applications, Digital Business Management and Accounting Information Systems. His research areas are the Internet of Things, Business Models and Innovation. A member of the IoT Association of Australia, David participates in the New Business, Security, Privacy and Architecture work streams for the alliance. Sabrina El-Chibini Founder & President of The Collaboration Vector Inc. (TCV), supports clients in transforming corporate community involvement through innovative, strategic approaches. She engages employees in meaningful initiatives that meet business and community needs and drive leadership and differentiation. Sabrina leads a hands-on, next-generation strategy and service firm that integrates seamlessly with client teams to facilitate multi-sector collaboration that drives results. Her passion lies in designing strategic winning concepts for business, employees, and communities. Sabrina offers years of private, non-profit, and public-sector experience coupled with executive-level business development and strategic planning know-how. Her areas of expertise include health and wellness, education, economic growth, entrepreneurship, leadership and poverty reduction. Jeremy Harris is a Director in the NSW Department of Finance, Services & Innovation. Jeremy has held a number of roles within the NSW Government over the past 7 years. He is currently responsible for managing information and data policy, with a focus on improving services through enabling greater use of technology, data and user experience. Prior to that Jeremy led the establishment of the NSW Government’s Office of Social Impact Investment. Jeremy also leads the NSW Government’s Social Innovation Council, a partnership between the government and the NGO sector working on a range of capacity development initiatives to support improved outcomes in human service delivery. Claude Drulik is Founder & Director at the Pacific Incubator of Intellectual Property (PIIP Established in 2009, PIIP is a group training organisation in the knowledge industries. As a member of the United Nations Global Compact, a worldwide initiative to advance sustainable and socially responsible policies, PIIP also produces initiatives to spur economic development and tackle labour issues like productivity, career development and vocational training