QUT Business Leaders' Forum

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Event cancelled: QUT Business Leaders’ Forum on 31 March 2020

You’ll be aware that on Friday 13 March, the Australian Government advised that gatherings of 500 or more people should not be staged. QUT's priority is the health and safety of staff, students and our community, and with this in mind we have decided to cancel the QUT Business Leaders’ Forum on 31 March 2020.

We'll be providing a full refund for all tickets purchased via the same way that you purchased your tickets, for example, if you paid by Visa, your refund will be made back onto that same card. The refunds will be processed over the next two weeks.

We apologise for the inconvenience this may cause. We'll continue to monitor and respond to advice from Australian Government authorities and global health organisations with respect to future QUT Business Leaders’ Forum events this year. Join our mailing list to stay up to date regarding future events.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

Upcoming online forum

Craig Drummond

Chief Executive Officer, Medibank

Date
Wednesday 31 March
Time
12.30-1.30pm
Venue
Live by webcast
Price
Free

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Our next speaker: Craig Drummond, Chief Executive Officer, Medibank.

About Craig Drummond

Craig Drummond is recognised as one of Australia’s top business leaders. As CEO of Medibank since 2016, he is leading the company’s transformation from private health insurer to healthcare company.

Craig was Group Executive, Finance and Strategy at National Australia Bank (NAB) and prior to that leading Bank of America Merrill Lynch (Australia) and Goldman Sachs JBWere. He is also President of the Geelong Football Club.

At this timely forum, Craig will speak to his personal leadership journey, the challenges facing Australia’s healthcare industry, and his experience running Australia’s largest private health insurer during a global pandemic.

We look forward to welcoming distinguished Australian journalist and proud QUT alumnus, Ellen Fanning, as moderator for this event.

About the Forum

The QUT Business Leaders' Forum is a highly valued business leadership event that we have delivered for more than 20 years. Discover more about our Forum, the moderator and how we support our community.

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Hear from world-class leaders

Keep your business know-how relevant and hear from executive thought leaders. Our Forum has developed an international reputation for attracting dynamic world-class leaders in a dialogue on today's leadership challenges.

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Attend the Forum as a professional development activity. Members of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand may claim this activity as formal CPD hours.

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Our Forum brings together a diverse community of business leaders giving you the opportunity to connect with like-minded professionals and extend your network. Make an impression on your clients by inviting them to the Forum when you buy a table.

Previous speakers

The QUT Business Leaders' Forum has developed its reputation and following by inviting only prominent and effective speakers with the requisite national and international standing.

After each Forum, we produce a snapshot video to showcase the highlights of the speakers keynote presentation and Q&A session with Forum moderator, Kerry O’Brien.

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