Investing in a better future

Committee for Melbourne and Accenture are delighted to invite you to a round table on investing in a better future.

Join the Committee for Melbourne and Accenture as we consider what future we might create on our Road to Recovery. Accenture’s recent work with the Climate Council created a ‘Clean Jobs Plan’ that looks to a more sustainable future for Australia – this Plan will anchor the round table and provoke discussion on the topic of economic initiatives that can support the tactical recovery of the Melbourne economy, but with a keen focus on the strategic implications of different investment pathways.

To discuss the practical experience of these types of transformative investments, Amit Singh and Toby Brennan from Accenture will be joined by Erin Coldham from Star of the South, Australia’s first offshore wind project, and James Newton from TOMRA, a global leader in circular economy systems. We will also share data insights on how the economy in Melbourne has changed through the pandemic, and how we can use these types of insights to better monitor the health of the economy.

Guest Speakers:

  • Toby Brennan | Director & COO, AlphaBeta Australia, Accenture
  • Amit Singh | Managing Director, AlphaBeta Australia, Accenture
  • James Newton | Government Affairs Advisor, TOMRA Collection Solutions
  • Erin Coldham | Chief Development Officer, Star of the South

Please note this is an E-ROOM round table, and numbers are strictly limited to allow an intimate and collaborative discussion.

This round table will run from 11.00am – 12.00pm with a 20 minute e-networking session afterwards.

We also encourage you to supply a question when registering, to be answered during the discussion and subsequent e-networking.

For general enquiries please contact the events team at events@melbourne.org.au.

We look forward to hosting you.

Kind Regards,

Committee for Melbourne & Accenture

NOTE: Please be advised that this event may be recorded or photographs taken which may be used after the event on the Committee for Melbourne website or on other marketing materials. Please notify us if you do not consent to us recording or photographing you and using your image and likeness as mentioned.

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