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Don’t miss some of the BIGGEST topics and Biggest names at the years AMSRS National Conference!
THE TECH TITANS: HOW APPLE, AMAZON, GOOGLE AND FACEBOOK ARE RESHAPING COMPETITION FOR EVERY BUSINESS ON EARTH
Between them – Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook – are in a race to become the world’s first trillion-dollar company. Yet, 20 years ago, none of these businesses factored in the Fortune 500 – and Mark Zuckerberg was just starting high school!
In this behind-the-scenes keynote, former Facebook CEO for Australia and New Zealand, Stephen Scheeler, takes audiences inside the rise of the tech titans, digging deep into the secret sauce that makes them tick, and revealing how competition has fundamentally changed for businesses everywhere due to the global platforms they have created.
Most importantly, Stephen offers insightful advice on what every business can do to flourish in the world of the tech titans…rather than be left behind.
Who wouldn’t want to know how market research really influences the corridors of power? Who better to ask than someone who was in the midst of decision making in Australian politics. Peta Credlin served as chief of staff to Prime Minister Tony Abbott from 2013 to 2015, and previously as chief of staff to Abbott as Leader of the Opposition. Now a political commentator, Peta will give us a unique insight to the role research plays in shaping Australian politics, and how what our industry produces impacts daily life in Canberra and beyond.
INSIGHT INTO SENSITIVE RESEARCH: ROYAL COMMISSION INTO INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSES TO CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
The Royal Commission into Institutional Reponses to Child Sexual Abuse was unprecedented in terms of its scale and scope and its focus on generating research and evidence to inform its work and recommendations. They will discuss how the experiences of victims and survivors of institutional child sexual abuse were placed at the centre of all of the Royal Commission’s work and the ethical challenges of undertaking research with this extremely vulnerable population group. They will also talk about the importance that was placed on using existing evidence through high quality evidence reviews rather than reinventing the wheel to minimise the research burden on survivors.