EOA 2016 Conference, Awards and Luncheon:
Sharing the Employee Ownership Future
The EOA conference is our signature event and is the largest of its kind in Australia and attracts professionals from across the business world, including share plan advisers, administrators, HR professionals, employment and contract lawyers, finance directors, company secretaries and communications experts.
The Sharing the Employee-Ownership Future Conference, Awards and Luncheon for 2016 (Our 5th Annual Conference) has concluded for another year. Here is just some the outstanding feedback we have received from attendees:
“A great range of perspectives and I found the links to innovation and governance
very thought provoking”
“Enjoyed the networking and learning from other organisations that presented.
Great guest speakers”
“Focus on innovation was brilliant, much more interesting and
engaging than similar conferences”
Keynote David Thodey, Chair of CSIRO was particularly well received. Elucidating his passion for employee ownership and innovation brought the two key themes of the conference together.
Keynote speaker David Thodey
For all the details go to our conference website:
- 2016 EOA Award Winners
Some media from the conference:
- Ex-Telstra Boss David Thodey champions employee share ownership May 24 2016 | Australian Financial Review
- Ownership Disruption In the Sharing Economy 18 May 2016 | Pro Bono Australia
Employee Ownership Matters
Hon Ed Husic MP with an EOA Award 2016 winner Joanna Mak from Brambles with Angela Perry (EOA Chair)
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