Seminar – the ‘why’ of industry engagement?
Mr Steven Pereira
Chief Information Officer, GS1 Australia
Steven Pereira, Chief Information Officer, has been with GS1 Australia since August 1996.
GS1 Australia is a not-for-profit standards organisation that locally administers the global multi-industry system of identification and communication for products, services, assets and locations - the GS1 System.
Steven has held a number of high-level managerial positions within the organisation. His current responsibilities involve Business Systems, Standards & Emerging Technologies, Project Management Office and Education Relationships
Prior to joining GS1 Australia, Steven occupied various positions with Australia's largest retailer, Coles Myer Ltd for 17 years. During this time, he was involved in distribution centre operations, logistics, distribution systems development, EDI implementation and finance / administration.
Steven sits on a number of tertiary institutions’ industry advisory committees, including at Deakin University, RMIT University and Chisholm TAFE, and has contributed to course development at University of Melbourne. He has been involved in a number of research projects and has contributed to published research papers. He also chairs the SCM Futures Forum comprising of academics and industry executives, and has spoken at various international conferences. Steven is also involved at a global level in the GS1 standards development process.
Steven has a Commerce Degree from the University of Western Australia and is a member of Australian Institute of Management and an Associate of CPA Australia.
Deloitte Digital Operations Director
Since 1995, Matt has focused on the field of service delivery via the Internet and helped some of Australia's largest organisations move their ideas from the drawing board to the online world, including Deloitte - one of the world’s leading professional services organisations, with revenue of over US$20 billion and 165,000 people in over 140 countries and Seek – the leader in the online employment and training market in Australia and New Zealand.
Deloitte Digital™ is the online business of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu in Australia. It aims to provide easy access to a range of products designed to help clients manage and grow their business.
Through Deloitte Digital™, Deloitte in Australia has pioneering the delivery of professional services online.
Making services available online means clients of all types and kinds can select the products and services they want when they want them. They can choose from a range of financial tools, online training, compliance and HR solutions.
Deloitte Digital™ are always expanding their range of products. In addition to their own products and services, they work with businesses and organisations - both new and established - to develop new products and distribution channels. They also make extensive use of the Deloitte Innovation program to explore new product ideas that they can bring to our clients.
Ms Amanda Gome
CEO, Smart Company, Adjunct Professor RMIT University
Amanda Gome is the CEO of online publishing company, Private Media, which owns SmartCompany.com.au and Crikey.
She is also the founder and publisher of SmartCompany.com.au, Australia’s number one news and resources publication for entrepreneurs. Previously Amanda was an editor and senior writer at BRW magazine, where her passion and interest in entrepreneurship led her to founding and editing two flagships, the BRW Fast 100 and Fast Starters, as well as the Emerging Companies section.
Amanda is also an adjunct professor of business at RMIT University, lectures students in entrepreneurship and regularly comments to the media on business.
Amanda has developed SmartCompany.com.au to be a vital resource for entrepreneurs, small to medium businesses and other business professionals. The site provides access to breaking news that matters, including business trends, advice from leading experts, blogs, webinars, and in-depth features.
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