I’ve always been a huge fan of digital media and emerging technology. That’s why I’m thrilled to announce my appointment to the committee of the Australian arm of The Churchill Club, an organisation dedicated to bridging the gap between groundbreaking academic research and real-world application.
The US-based Churchill Club is renowned for its position as the premier independent, non-profit business and technology forum in Silicon Valley. On the board here in Melbourne, I’m joined by four others and CEO Bec Kempster.
Events we’ve hosted in the past have spanned topics such as artificial intelligence, using data to improve the customer experience, and the ethics of genome sequencing. Panellists have included experts from The University of Melbourne, REA Group, Zendesk and Telstra – as well as a raft of incredible tech startups.
Our next event is the business case for the Internet Of Things on November 15. If you’re keen to check it out, I encourage you to come along.
Hope to see you there,
Natalie and the Avion team
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