When: Sunday 23 October at 3:45PM
Daniels Langeberg, Max Toovey, Manal Younus
Future economies will depend on the talents, energy and imagination of younger business people, entrepreneurs and agents of change. What are the tipping points that determine the success or failure of a new venture? How can a new generation successfully drive innovative enterprise in a pre-existing system?
When: Saturday 22 October at 11:15AM
Daniels Langeberg, Max Toovey, Manal Younus, Moira Deslandes
A national invitation to co-imagine alternative futures.
This initiative will ignite a conversation about our future. A collaboration between the University of South Australia and the Tingari-Silverton Foundation, it will invite Australians to explore and co-imagine the best possible future. It will ask the question: as a continent, a nation, and a people, who will we be in 2050?
When: Sunday 23 October at 12:45PM
Daniels Langeberg, Max Toovey, Manal Younus, Moira Deslandes, Dr José Ramos, Dr Bridgette Engeler, Dr Kristin Alford, Ivy Diegmann, Georgia Heath, Bernadette Schwerdt, Ted Setnikar
What do startups, not-for-profits and baby boomers have in common? As the baby boomer generation moves into the next stage of life, getting older becomes disrupted. Retirement is out and people over 60 are running for president, creating new enterprises and taking on leading roles. For those who want to get involved, opportunity is on the horizon.