As founding members of the Digital Disruption Research Group with the University of Sydney Business School, we’re excited to share the details of our annual conference: DISRUPT.SYDNEY™.

This conference is a little different to most – it blends academia and practice to offer new ways of thinking about business success, individual careers, and community needs. This year’s event will focus on what it means to be successful in a world increasingly concerned with disruption, sustainability, inequality, and changing notions of work. Questions such as who and what defines success, what is success for, and how will success be framed in the future will be explored through keynotes, short talks, a Q&A panel, workshops and an interactive session.

DISRUPT.SYDNEY™ will be held at The University of Sydney Business School, Castlereagh Street, Friday 20 September from 8:30am – 6:30pm.

Registration includes morning and afternoon tea, lunch and end of event drinks https://disruptsydney.net/register/. A special discount is available for customers and friends of Ripple Effect Group, saving you $60 on the early bird price – you’ll pay $139 instead of $199. Get in touch today for the code. Hurry, early bird registrations close on September 6.


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