July 24 & 25, Aug 1 2018 – Millennials Move Up, Gen Z Move In

Following the 2nd sell-out event in Auckland, we’re coming back to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch in July/Aug with the next

PwC Herald Talks – Millennials Move Up, Gen Z Move In

 

Wellington, 24 July – Shed 6 (7-9am)

Auckland, 25 July – SKYCITY Theatre (7-9am)

Christchurch, 1 Aug – The Piano (7-9am)

 

Harnessing tomorrow’s talent, the next generation is entering the workforce! Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, make room for the next generation set to hit the work force, Gen Z; a diverse, digitally-driven generation who are socially conscious, committed and practical. Understanding them will be critical to businesses wanting to succeed in the next decade and beyond.  Join us and an exciting line-up of speakers as we delve into the generation change set to transform the way we do business tomorrow.

 

Tickets include a stand-up networking breakfast, barista coffee and the opportunity to network with like-minded business professionals.

 

Event Format

7:00am Registration & stand-up networking breakfast with barista coffee
7:35am MC Welcome (Simon Dallow)
7:40am Keynote Speaker
8:00am Panel Discussion
8:30am Q&A
8:45am MC Wrap Up
9:00am End

 

Book a corporate bundle and save:

Pay as little as $62 per ticket by purchasing a discounted corporate package:
3 tickets for $216 – save $51
5 tickets for $335 – save $110
10 tickets for $620 – save $270

 

Keynote and further panellists to be announced – tickets on sale NOW

 

Get in quick before this one sells out too!

Panellists:

Komal Mistry – General Manager, Fonterra Ventures

AUCKLAND 

Komal is the General Manager of Fonterra Ventures responsible for building new revenue streams globally for Fonterra. This involves generating future growth opportunities for the business through a diverse range of sourcing levers such as external partnerships, pursuing strategic investments and building internal ventures.

Komal has been with Fonterra since 2011 and previously held roles in the Co-operative’s consumer business in New Zealand. Prior to joining Fonterra, Komal worked for Deloitte across both the London and New Zealand offices. She has completed the Executive Program at Stanford University School of Business and holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Management degree from the University of Waikato. Komal is a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand as well as a member of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.

She was named New Zealand’s Young Executive of the Year in the 2017 Deloitte Top 200 Awards.

Sam Johnson – Head of Community, Mycare

CHRISTCHURCH

Sam Johnson is the Head of Community Innovation at Mycare, Chair of the Student Volunteer Army and an Adjunct Fellow in the School of Education and Leadership at the University of Canterbury. Most well-known for founding the Student Volunteer Army after the Christchurch earthquakes and for his work in the international disaster risk community, Sam returned home in 2016 to develop a social enterprise that can connect generations for mutual benefit. His venture joined forces with Mycare in 2017 to help recreate mutually beneficial models of community and new types of peer to peer social infrastructure. Sam has been previously named a Young New Zealander of the Year award and Communicator of the Year. He is a board member of Westpac’s Sustainability Advisory Board and Prince’s Trust New Zealand.