The Liveris Academy is proud to welcome Warrick Cramer, former CEO of Tomorrow Street, Vodafone's Global Centre for Innovation in Europe, as a special guest at our first Distinguished Speaker Series breakfast.

With a focus on digital transformation, innovation and entrepreneurship, and drawing upon his international experiences and lessons learned from buying into companies and their associated markets across 29 countries, he will share insights on how:

  • Start-ups, businesses and government organisations might adapt, compete and thrive in a post-COVID world
  • To define success when entering new markets or taking on new challenges

Warrick’s professional career has taken him through a wide variety of roles, from a start-up founder in his hometown of Melbourne through to head of Vodafone’s Global Centre for Innovation in Europe.

This opportunity is ideal for individuals, start-ups, industry and government groups willing to gain practical insights on leadership and innovation from a world-leading former CEO.

The Liveris Academy is proud to welcome Warrick Cramer, former CEO of Tomorrow Street, Vodafone's Global Centre for Innovation in Europe, as a special guest at our first Distinguished Speaker Series breakfast.

With a focus on digital transformation, innovation and entrepreneurship, and drawing upon his international experiences and lessons learned from buying into companies and their associated markets across 29 countries, he will share insights on how:

Start-ups, businesses and government organisations might adapt, compete and thrive in a post-COVID world to define success when entering new markets or taking on new challenges.

Warrick pairs his expertise with a philosophy of creative and empathetic leadership to deliver positive outcomes. His professional career has taken him through a wide variety of roles, from a start-up founder in his hometown of Melbourne through to head of Vodafone’s Global Centre for Innovation in Europe.

This opportunity is ideal for individuals, start-ups, industry and government groups willing to gain practical insights on leadership and innovation from a world-leading former CEO.

Tickets are $55 per person or $440 per table of 8 (plus booking fees) and include breakfast and networking opportunities. 

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Tickets are $55 per person or $440 per table of 8 (plus booking fees) and include breakfast.

Venue

Customs House
399 Queen Street
Brisbane City, QLD 4000