WHAT ARE THEY?

Roundtables are small group discussions focused on a particular topic and directed by a central table host who will guide the conversation and facilitate the questions and answers from the participants. This is not death by power-point – the emphasis is on the discussion and debate among the 20 or so delegates sharing the table at any given time. Swap war stories, ask questions, gain a better understanding and then put it all into practice back in your organisation.

 

HOW WILL THEY WORK?

Running as 25 minute topic centric discussions, with three rotations, delegates will have the opportunity to pre-select which tables they would like to attend ahead of the event. With three time slots available, there is something for everyone on offer, allowing you to build your own agenda and tailor the content to suit your enterprise and your job function.

 

TIMING

Rotation 1: 13:50 - 14:15

Rotation 2: 14:25 - 14:50

Rotation 3: 15:00 - 15:25

 

 

Are you ready for mandatory breach regulations and PCI DSS compliance?

Peter McCormick, COO, Secureco

 

Learn about the 10 email programs proven to increase revenue

Rohan Lock, Regional Director, Dotmailer

Security, insights, and simplicity: cloud-managed IT solutions for every retailer

Rachel Lo, Product Manager, Cisco Meraki

This round table will provide attendees a chance to talk about any part of the cloud-managed IT solution offered by Cisco Meraki. From customer insights to network security to basic wireless deployments and more, attendees will walk away with a better understanding of which solutions can take their businesses to the next level

 

The future of blockchain in retail and payment

 Frank Maduri, VP Business Development, Rambus Canada

 

Programmatic advertising: are marketers continuing to embrace a programmatic approach to digital marketing and how successful can it be?

Jean-Christophe, Head of Sales and Account Management, Adroll

 

Is your freight company falling behind?

Vincent Fletcher, CEO, Carton Cloud

 

Fraud protection & security in payments

Stuart McFarland, Program Manager, Eway

 

From personalisation to individualisation:  10 tactics to make the transition

John Menagh, Commerce Solution Specialist, Sitecore

 

The electronic payment evolution and trend

Mr. Touhami Elouazzani Mohamed, Principal Consultant, M2M Group, Morocco

 

Setting up your automation journey for success

Anthony Scott, GM of Robotics, Automation & Transformation, Leading Edge
Lauren Ryder, CEO, Leading Edge

 

How can QR payments help you capture your share of $10 billion in Chinese tourist spend?

Bradley Gerdis, CEO, SmartPay

 

Navigating pain points in payments and banking

Nathan Cause, Head of Sales, Tyro

 

What does future retail need to look like to cater for the needs of the Gen Z shopper?

Peter Wilson, Founder, The Shopper Collective

 

Choice, security efficiency and reliability in payments

Paul Jennings, Acting CEO, Eftpos

 

Rotation 1 -   Automating banking: is the NPP going to expose a problem you didn't know you had?

Christian Westerlind Wigstrom, Head of Payments, Moneytech

Rotation 2 - More than money: making supply-chain finance a force for good.

Hugh Evans, CEO, Moneytech

Rotation 3 -   Behind the scenes: : could you learn from the way crypto companies move fiat currency?

Christian Westerlind Wigstrom, Head of Payments, Moneytech

 

Social listening

Ben Shute, Senior Manager - Social Media ANZ, QBE Insurance

 

Rotation 1 - Why your business needs to become a marketplace today

Jason Wyatt, MD, Marketplacer

Hosted by arguably Australia's most knowledgable and experienced proponent of online marketplace software and their applied commercial success; Jason will guide this round table through an exploration of the new emerging areas of niche marketplaces and brand marketplaces. Talking you through his experience in founding over 14 marketplaces in 10 countries including BikeExchange and the Myer Market he will let you discover the rationale of why your business needs to be launching and thinking Marketplace.

Rotation 2 - The story of a digital innovator, Outdoria: moving from a transactional business model to a networked marketplace

Nick Baker, CEO, Outdoria

Hosted by one of Australia's leading marketers, CEO of Outdoria and former AMI Marketer of the year, Nick Baker, this roundtable will explore in detail how Nick is guiding Outdoria, into a travel and adventure brand in the accomodation and outdoor equipment industry. This space is currently dominated by transactional relationships, Nick is building a marketplace platform that encourages deep networks and an ongoing relationship with specific and tribal consumer segments.

Rotation 3 - How applying three simple insights can transform your business

Jeremy Francis, CEO, 3sixty1

Jeremy will guide this roundtable through a high-level explanation of applying a data lake and platform with your consumer data and then showcase, via real-world examples, the three key benefits of applying data-led insights into your business: proactive marketing, reactive execution and predictive sales forecasting.

 

Seamlessly integrate video to create world-class retail experiences

Shootsta

 

Fintechs and payments: New opportunities for buyers and sellers

Deloitte

 

AI – Artificial Intelligence and how it can benefit the retail industry

Oracle