4 Reasons Why You Can’t Miss The Mobile-ising Women In Business Conference

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Returning to Adelaide to inspire and empower female entrepreneurs for the second time, the Mobile-ising Women In Business conference is set to be a day you don’t want to miss. With a stellar line-up of accomplished and incredible guest speakers, you’ll hear from global influencers and thinkers, experts and people at the forefront of change, who are focused on the rapid growth of technology and helping you figure out how it affects your business and workplace.

Guest speakers include: Kelly Noble, Owner and Editor-In-Chief at Glam AdelaideLucy Cornes of She Shopped; documentary maker and author Tara Moss and Dr. Catherine Ball the ‘Dame of Drones’ PLUS many more. Check out the full list here.

Without further ado, here are the four reasons you won’t want to miss this event…

1. Walk out feeling empowered as a woman in business

Tara Moss, documentary maker and author of ‘Speaking Out: A 21st Century Handbook for Women and Girls’, is one of the many speakers you won’t want to miss. Not only will she explore women’s representation in media, fiction, politics and public life, but she’ll explain to you how to make your presence and voice heard safely and confidently and talk about why it matters. With numerous reviews praising her accessibility, practical strategies and encouragement of her female readers, she is sure to be an inspiring speaker.

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2. Learn about the future of technology and how it will affect you and your business

You’ll hear about the strange new world of business we find ourselves in, full of technologies that will soon become the new normal. Dr Catherine Ball prides herself on her ability to build bridges between science and business, and has founded companies that generate conversation around gender equality in STEM and encourage girls and women to engage in the wonderful world of flying drones. She will discuss technology in our skies, the impact of technologies like driverless cars and the Internet of Things on economic, social and political change.

Meanwhile, Leah Bunny, founder of Virtual Soup will delve into how virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality can be applied to marketing strategies and will discuss the current state of diversity in tech. Bunny is a pioneer of commercial industry use of VR, AR and MR technologies, which truly are the way of the future. If you’ve ever questioned how the changing world of technology will affect your business, these are the people to ask.

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3. Hear first-hand from local Adelaide entrepreneurs who are killing it

You’ve likely heard the phrase in business circles many times: if you can make it in Adelaide, you can make it anywhere, and these entrepreneurial lady bosses are a testament to that phrase. Kelly Noble is the founder, owner and Editor-in-Chief of Glam Adelaide; an ‘I Choose SA’ Brand South Australian Ambassador; and has a seat on the Australia Day Council Board as well as the University of Adelaide Media Advisory Board. Starting as a resource for the new girl in town and evolving that to a media organisation that reaches over 200,000 South Australians every month, she has an unique insight into the South Australian digital media market.

Lucy Cornes has an equally impressive resumé, being the founder of digital publishing and content creation platform She Shopped and co-founder of Australian media network Cornes and Sloane. From creating She Shopped as a way to continue her career while caring for her critically ill son, to having an audience of over 75,000 on social media and 21,000 through newsletter subscriptions, Lucy knows the hard work and perseverance it takes to succeed in Adelaide’s small market. Both Kelly and Lucy will discuss what it means to be involved in digital publishing, media and content creation in the modern networked world, and share lessons they’ve learned from their entrepreneurial journeys in the Adelaide media market.

Last year’s Mobile-ising Women In Business conference

4. Meet like-minded, professional women

Once the conference wraps up at 5pm, you’ll be invited to network over cocktails between 5:15pm and 6:30pm. Take this time to engage with the speakers from the event, and use the opportunity to ask questions you may have relating to your business or their stories. You’ll also get the opportunity for Tara Moss to sign your own copy of her book.

Don’t forget to use this time to connect with other Adelaide entrepreneurs and learn from people around you. This is a rare opportunity for Adelaide’s business ownerrs to all be in the same room and engage with other like-minded businesswomen.

Mobile-ising Women In Business
Where: Panorama Room, Adelaide Convention Centre
When: 27 Jun 2017, 8:15am
Cost: $470.00
Buy tickets here

Last year’s Mobile-ising Women In Business conference

Last year’s Mobile-ising Women In Business conference

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