Creativity In Business
"If you always do what you’ve always done, you will always get what you’ve always got.”
To achieve success in today’s increasingly complex global economy, change is no longer an option... it is a necessity.
Today’s accelerating pace of change requires increased attention and action as new competitive exponential businesses shift the contemporary “playing field” with unique market offerings.
Businesses must continually adjust their business models, embrace innovative strategies and adopt new tools, technologies & techniques in order to successfully compete.
Join international business development specialist Hal Josephson for a compeling presentation aimed at entrepreneurs, business leaders and managers to consider a variety of creative ideas that can help you become more enterprising, more proactive and more dynamic.
Attendees will be inspired to rethink, recalibrate and re-energise their approach to doing business.
About Hal Josephson:
Hal Josephson is an international business development specialist, a marketing strategist, Program Chair for AUT’s thought-leadership speaker series and author of the forthcoming book, Life-Size Story, scheduled for release in December 2017.
He is also the Founder of MediaSense™, an international business development firm focusing on the digital, technology and media business sectors. Past clients have included: Apple, Motorola, NZTE, Callaghan Innovation, Australia Multimedia Enterprise, Movio, TradeOff & Natcom.
Hal has also worked with the Chinese, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand governments to help develop and implement new strategies and programs that expand export potential, as well as bring investment and new business in country. This has included the official public/private economic development initiatives surrounding Asia-Pacific’s highest profile and most expensive sports franchise events, Sydney 2000 and Beijing 2008.
This event is brought to you by The Chamber and Canterbury Development Corporation
Monday 29 May
1.30pm - 3.00pm
The Chamber, 57 Kilmore St