Conversation Predictions For 2021
Pearcey Conversations online seminar 25 November 2020 previewed from industry leaders their valuable insights and predictions for the years ahead.
This conversation covered a wide range of topics looking at trends, learnings and opportunities in a post-covid world. Many companies have refocused operations, increased work flexibility, and pivoted to new products and business models. Entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs have emerged with new technologies and products. Government policy is rethinking monetary theory, supply chain resilience, digital transformations, and the new normal. Though there are equally difficult challenges still ahead, such as ethics, privacy, diversity, digital divide, manufacturing, education and regional stimulation. Many questions from the audience were also answered.
- Jamila Gordon, CEO and Founder, Lumachain
- Leanne Kemp, Queensland Chief Entrepreneur
- Elaine Stead, Managing Director, Human VC
- Jon Whittle, Director, CSIRO’s Data61
- Grant Petty, CEO and founder of Blackmagic
Hosted by Kelly Hutchinson, Deputy Chair, of the Pearcey Foundation
Introduced by Wayne Fitzsimmons OAM , Chair of the Pearcey Foundation
Moderated by Simon Foster, Chair, The Pearcey Foundation NSW Committee
- Predictions for 2022 and Beyond
- Her Story: Partnerships between Humans and Machines
- Impact of Data Sovereignty on Cybersecurity and Reliability
- Tech Scribes - Telling the Stories of Digital Disruption
- Australian Sound Engineering
- Celebrating Women's Contribution to Australia's Digital Age
- The History and Future of Wi-Fi: from Radiata to Morse Micro to Beyond!
- Tertiary Computer Science - Preparing Future Leaders?
- Role of the ICT Community in the Future Resilience & Self-Reliance of AU
- The History Project: Creating a Virtual Museum