"30 of Australia's top executives to serve as mentors at one day forum of best practices for success, gender diversity and leadership on March 13 in Sydney."
SYDNEY, Feb. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Coca-Cola, Kellogg, Australian Industry Group, Sydney Business Chamber and Food Industry Asia will lead a star-cast of 30 C Suite leaders at the International Women's Day special Edition of Break the ceiling touch the sky®-the success and leadership summit for women in Sydney on March 13 at Sheraton on the Park, House of Rose Professional Pte. Ltd (HORP) announced here today.
This special edition around International Women's Day will feature interactive panel discussions, keynotes and a special speed-mentoring section led by some of the most successful executives in Australia and beyond starting with the opening CEO panel on the Future of work and leadership in Australia which includes Julie Hamilton, Chief Customer and Global Commercial Leadership Officer, The Coca-Cola Company; Antoine Brun, Vice President and General Manager, Australia and New Zealand, Procter & Gamble; Anna Whitlam, Managing Director, Anna Whitlam People; Innes Willox, Chief Executive, Australian Industry Group and Esme Borgelt, Sales Director, Kellogg Australia. This would be followed by the discussion on how some of the world's best companies are unlocking the full potential of gender diversity on their businesses staffed by Robbert Rietbroek, Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo Australia & New Zealand; Roxana Davis, Gorgon Asset Manager, Shell; Doug Cunningham, Managing Director, Johnson & Johnson Pacific and Samantha Turner, Head of Inclusion & Diversity, Westpac Group. The morning would also include a keynote address from Belinda Tumbers, Managing Director Kellogg Australia New Zealand.
For the afternoon's sessions and the full line-up of speakers please visit www.houseofroseprofessional.com
The 2018 Australia Edition of Break the ceiling touch the sky® is supported by the Australian Industry Group, Sydney Business Chamber and Food Industry Asia as Industry Partners and Coca-Cola and Kellogg as World Sponsor and Platinum Sponsor respectively.
The summit will enable participants to learn, network and advance in leadership and offers Companies in Australia a cost-effective means of strategically supporting gender diversity, around International Women's Day and beyond and unlocking the full potential of gender diversity on their businesses. BW Businessworld, exchange4media and ENACTUS are network partners for the summit.
Julie Hamilton, Chief Customer and Commercial Leadership Officer, The Coca-Cola Company shared, "Coca-Cola is honored to be a world sponsor of Break the ceiling touch the sky ® which will give participants a tremendous opportunity to learn from others, share best practices, network with peers and chart their own individual courses for success. I look forward to being part of this International Women's Day special edition in Sydney, Australia! To be able to access and learn from close to 30 of Australia's most successful leaders in a day is an extraordinary opportunity for women leaders (and male leaders) in Australia."
Added Innes Willox, Chief Executive, The Australian Industry Group, "The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) is a peak employer association which together with partner organisations represents the interests of 60,000 businesses employing more than 1 million Australians from a very broad range of industry sectors. We believe we have a unique contribution to make to gender diversity and its positive impact in Australia and are very happy to support the 2018 Australia Edition of Break the ceiling touch the sky®."
For details on the 2018 Australia Edition of Break the ceiling touch the sky®, sponsor/register please visit www.houseofroseprofessional.com
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