Events

Future speakers and events

  Cities 4.0 Summit


22 - 23 March 2017
Pullman Melbourne Albert Park 

Creating vibrant, liveable cities takes careful planning from city leadership as well as engagement with communities, designers, technology leaders, innovators, architects, builders – everyone that creates the cities ‘ecosystem’.

Committee for Melbourne is excited to support the Cities 4.0 Summit, an event that is bringing together some of the most innovative urban thinkers from around the globe and across Australia to explore strategy, technology and design for innovative and connected smart cities.

It is where ingenious ideas are applied to urban challenges in order to improve quality of life, strengthen economies and protect the environment.

Being held from 21 – 23 March in Melbourne, the summit has been specifically designed to help leaders from all parts of the cities landscape collaborate, share ideas and learn from some of the world’s best.

The agenda is now available - download your copy.

Our CEO Martine Letts will be speaking alongside:

  • Carlo Ratti, Director, SENSEable City Lab, MIT
  • Kate Deacon, Executive Manager - Research, Strategy and Corporate Planning, City of Sydney
  • Adam Scott, Founder and Creative Director, FreeState UK
  • David Rohrsheim, General Manager ANZ, Uber
  • Renato de Castro, Executive Director, Baumann Consultancy Network
  • Michelle Fitzgerald, Chief Digital Officer and Manager Smart City Office, City of Melbourne

For a complete list of speakers involved and plus event agenda, download the brochure here.

Committee for Melbourne readers receive a 10% discount on registrations. Contact us for the promotional code. 

Book tickets online at www.cities4pointzero.com.au/registration or call the event booking line on (02) 9977 0565. 


Cities Initiative Breakfast

Discussion with Global Director of AECOM Cities, Stephen Engblom

Friday 24 March 2017


Arts and Culture Roundtable

Friday 21 April 2017

Hosted by ACMI


Committee for Melbourne Annual Dinner 

Thursday 11 May 2017

Melbourne Museum