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AIM International Women’s Day Great Debate

When:

Wed 8 Mar 2017, 12:00pm–2:30pm

Where: Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Cnr Merivale and Glenelg Streets, South Bank, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Standard Member: $170.00
  • Standard Member - Table of 10: $1,530.00
  • Standard Non Member: $195.00
  • Standard Non Member - Table of 10: $1,755.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: caryn744

The Australian Institute of Management is once again hosting the AIM International Women’s Day Great Debate in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.

Two hand-picked teams of well-credentialed speakers will share some witty arguments, powerful leadership insights and offer a refreshingly raw look at the provocative topic of ‘Australia in 2017 is still a man’s world’.

Our equally interesting and opinionated MC’s, Gretel Killeen (Sydney), Erin Molan (Brisbane) and Jane Caro (Melbourne) will be on hand to keep things clean, on-topic and, of course, to stop too much fur flying.

This event celebrates the importance of gender diversity in Australian society, specifically in the Australian workplace, highlighting that Diversity Matters.

The annual AIM International Women's Day Debate is an institution and cannot be missed.

Enjoy a long lunch, lots of laughs, networking with like-minded professionals and the chance to give to the deserving charity Project Futures.

Don’t miss this engaging and insightful event, book your tickets today!

MC announced - Erin Molan

Erin Molan is a sports reporter and presenter for the Nine Network. Her focus in journalism has always been sport and she has covered this for over 10 years as a television, radio and print reporter. She is a co-host of the hugely popular and Logie-award winning NRL Footy Show - the first full-time female panellist and co-host in the show’s 22 year history - and host of Summer Saturday on 2GB/4BC/2CC.

As a strong female icon within Australian sports culture, Erin is committed to mentoring and engaging with young women. Outside of work and sport, she maintains an interest in fashion, politics and the Indonesian language and affairs.

Erin is also a very proud ambassador for a number of charities - including Save Our Sons, Defence Care and Bowel Cancer Australia.