The AICC Young Business Forum (YBF) and the Australia-China Young Professionals Initiative (ACYPI) were proud to collaborate on this inaugural business event where Kelly Bayer Rosmarin, Group Executive, CBA; Zwicka Ben-Zion, Managing Director, Verint Systems and Braith Tomlinson, COO, Lenovo Australia, in conversation with Ky Chow, Associate Editor, Multimedia, Financial Review Group discussed “Global Innovation and Collaboration: The Future”. This event was proudly sponsored by PWC and attracted an audience of more than 150.
“Innovation” has become part of our everyday language and business strives to engrain this notion in its employees and clients. This was a unique opportunity to hear from three leading, innovative companies whose roots lie in disparate but collaborative nations – Australia, China and Israel.
Kelly Bayer Rosmarin leads Institutional Banking and Markets at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. This group provides relationship management and product capability for the Bank’s major corporate, government and institutional clients. CBA was last year named Australia’s leading innovator in the banking industry by BRW and continues to set innovation standards globally.
Zwicka Ben-Zion is responsible for Verint Systems’ activities in the APAC region. Verint is an Israeli success story, NASDAQ listed, and is a global leader in capturing and analysing complex, underused information sources. 10,000 organisations in 150 countries use Verint’s innovative solutions to improve enterprise performance and to make the world a safer place.
Braith Tomlinson is Lenovo’s COO in ANZ region and has transformed the team to deliver a strong management system. Lenovo is a global innovator, a Fortune 500 company, the world's largest PC company and a leading Smartphone vendor. Understand the evolution of Lenovo’s “East meets West Strategy” and how they have harnessed this to drive differentiation as a key to their success.
Ky Chow has interviewed many of Australia's ASX 100 CEOs, government ministers, major investors and entrepreneurs. Following his success at Sky News as a business reporter, Ky has led the push into multimedia for the Australian Financial Review, as part of the iconic business masthead's evolution in the rapidly changing world of digital journalism.
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