RMIT Technology Matters series: Future of Business. What’s next...

Live webinar

Learn how leaders in industry and progressive companies are using emerging technologies to shape what's next in business.

Gain insights from RMIT experts in Entrepreneurship and Blockchain technology and hear how leading brands like Amazon are navigating this new world through business technology in logistics. 

This will be a live, interactive webinar with Q&A available so you can also ask any questions you might have.

All attendees must register for this event. Once you register, a link will be sent to gain access to the stream closer to the event date.

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Meet your moderator

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Dene Cicci is the Executive Director Students in RMIT University’s Education Portfolio. 

He is responsible for RMIT University student service and support, diversity and inclusion and student global career development.

 

Meet your speakers

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Dr Julian Waters-Lynch is a lecturer in innovation, entrepreneurship and organisational design in the School of Management at RMIT University. 

Prior to academia, he worked as a consultant across corporate, government, non-profit and startups. He also has co-founded two enterprises, The Facilitation Starter (specialising in co-design and group-work methodologies) and TypeHuman (specialising in blockchains and web3 technology).

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Associate Professor Ellie Rennie is an ARC Future Fellow and a Principal Research Fellow in RMIT’s Digital Ethnography Research Centre. Her research explores the consequences of blockchain technologies and other forms of automated governance for cooperation,accountability and inclusion. 

She has authored or co-authored five books.

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Craig Fuller is an entrepreneurial business leader with extensive experience in marketing, sales, supply chain, logistics, operations and general management both in Australia and overseas in Switzerland and Japan.

Today he leads Amazon’s operations, supply chain and transportation in Australia.

Have a question?

Email a video to campaigns@rmit.edu.au with the subject line being ‘Business webinar’. Natural lighting, filming outside, and in landscape mode (i.e. with your phone on its side) is preferred.

Alternatively, you can submit your question for consideration at the live webinar during Q&A if you’d prefer not to submit a question via video.

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