Regent Theatre – Plaza Ballroom
191 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia

Join the business chambers and business councils of International Chamber House to celebrate the achievement of women in business this International Women's Day 2018.

Featuring an in-depth, panel discussion moderated by CEO & WGEA Pay Equity Ambassador at Randstad Australia, New Zealand & India, Frank Ribuot, this forum will explore the theme of entrepreneurial spirit in international business.

Guests will hear from three expert panellists as they share their unique stories about how they reached senior roles. Coming from vastly different organisations, the panellists will also share their advice and tips about the promotion of diversity and how it stands to create broader benefits.

Enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne on arrival, and scrumptious High Tea to be served during the forum.

Guests panellists at the International Women's Day Forum include Hollly Ranson - CEO of Emergent, Lydia Khalil - Director of Arcana Partners and Research Fellow Lowy Institute, and Sarah Chibnall, Group Director - Communications, Health and Happiness Group, Swisse Wellness

Guests panellists include:

Holly Ransom (pictured left): CEO, Emergent

Sarah Chibnail (pictured top right): Group Director – Communications, Health and Happiness Group at Swisse Wellness

Lydia Khalil (pictured bottom right): Director Arcana Partners, and Research Fellow Lowly Institute

Forum details

Date: Thursday 8 March 2018
Venue: Regent Theatre – Plaza Ballroom. 191 Collins Street, Melbourne
Time: Registrations at 2 pm, High Tea and forum from 2.30 pm to 5 pm
Cost: Members $120, non-members $150
Corporate table (10 people): Members $1200, non-members $1500

Registrations close: 2 March 2018

Register now