International Women’s Day 2019 (Melbourne 08.03.19)

08 March 2019

Plaza Ballroom, Regent Theatre, 191 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000

Join the Australia-Korea Business Council and other councils of International Chamber House in the Plaza Ballroom to celebrate the achievements of women in business both here in Australia and across the globe.

At the event you’ll hear keynote presentations from

  • The Lord Mayor of Melbourne, Sally Capp
  • Dio Chen, CEO, Ousia

And a panel discussion moderated by Frank Ribuot, Chief Executive Officer ANZ, SEA and India & WGEA Pay Equity Ambassador at Randstad, with

  • Spica Tutuhatunewa, Consul General of the Republic of Indonesia for Victoria and Tasmania
  • Elleni Bereded-Samuel, Vice President, Australia Africa Chamber of Commerce
  • Sarah Wyse, Head of AFL Media Network

Our keynote presentations and moderated panel discussion will allow guests to learn about impressive line-up of passionate and influential women and how they have reached senior roles in vastly different organisations.

Panellists will also share their advice regarding the promotion of diversity and how this stands to bring about benefits for individuals and the broader community.

Join us to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women at one of Melbourne’s largest International Women’s Day events – enjoy a glass of champagne on arrival, high tea and the opportunity to network with like-minded guests.

Proudly supported by our Event Partners Swisse and Australian Unity. This is a collaborative initiative by the Chambers of International Chamber House

Date:  Friday 8 March 2019
Time:  2.00pm – 5.00pm
Venue:  Plaza Ballroom, Regent Theatre, 191 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000
Cost:  $120 for AKBC Members and $150 General Admission
          $1,200 Corporate Table and $1,500 General Admission Table (10 people)
          Please note these are EARLY BIRD PRICES. Prices include GST & online booking fee
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Liz Griffin – Executive Director

The Australia-Korea Business Council is the leading national body committed to strengthening the Australia-Korea economic relationship.