Global Women Forum - Innovation: Crossing the Global Chasm
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|Tue 7 Sep ’10, 8:00am–7:30pm||
Where: University of Auckland School of Business, 12 Grafton Rd, Auckland
Restrictions: All Ages
- General Admission - Full Day: $495.00
- General Admission - Half Day : $250.00
- Group Admission - 5 or more from one organisation: $420.75
- Booking fees may apply
Event listed by: GlobalWomen1
New Zealand Global Women Forum 2010
Innovation: Crossing the Global Chasm
7 September 2010, Auckland
For New Zealand to prosper and grow our businesses – large and small – need to take their business to the world.
It takes resilience and courage to make the leap across the global chasm – the theme of New Zealand Global Women’s second forum being held in Auckland on September 7.
An impressive array of business leaders will describe how they are rewriting the way we do business with the world.
Wendy Pye will describe building a $100 million a year publishing empire in the United States. Dame Jenny Shipley will explore the mega trends shaping trading with the most mysterious and challenging of markets – China.
The co-founder of 42 Below Justine Troy will describe the do or die moments creating a multi million dollar company and the face of MAC and Jo Malone in New Zealand, Rowena Roberts will talk about building international connections.
Other speakers include Trilogy skincare founder Sarah Gibbs; philanthropist and arts patron Dayle Mace, Pip Marlow who is responsible for more than one billion dollars revenue as Microsoft's public sector boss in Australia and IBM Managing Director Jennifer Moxon.
Crossing the Global Chasm follows Global Women’s highly successful inaugural forum Thinking Globally. It offers women from the public, private and not-for-profit sectors an unrivalled opportunity to hear from, and network with, some of our top business brains.