Consumer Markets Executive Forum May 2016 – Melbourne

This forum aims to help consumer markets organisations keep up-to-date with the latest insights on key industry issues.

27 May 2016, 7:30AM - 11:00AM, EST Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Reaching your full potential

The first Consumer Markets Executive Forum for 2016 aims to help consumer markets organisations keep up-to-date with the latest insights on key industry issues.

This workshop is designed to share insights and strategies on how you can differentiate your business in the current retail environment. This is an interactive workshop, which aims to provide an in-depth examination on a selected presentation topic in a roundtable setting for executives.


Date: 
27 May 2016

Venue: KPMG, Level 5, 147 Collins Street, Melbourne

RSVP: Please RSVP to Kelly Barlow on 03 9288 5882 by Friday 20 May 2016.

Contacts

  • Trent Duvall

    National Sector Leader, Consumer Markets

    +61 2 9335 8871

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Agenda

Schedule


Presentation

7:30am – Registration and light breakfast
8:00am – Presentation begins
9:30am – Presentation concludes


Workshops

9:45am – Workshop commences
11:00am – Workshop concludes

Speakers Guide

Presentations


Australian Retail Market Update

George Svinos, Head of Retail, KPMG
George will set the scene with an overview of the market performance and emerging trends of the retailing sector.


Emerging trends in working capital management

Vince Dimasi, Director, Working Capital Advisory, KPMG
The way companies manage and optimise their working capital is rapidly changing. After spending the last 5 years working with KPMG’s Working Capital Advisory practice in London, Vince will share his views on emerging European trends and practices in working capital optimisation.


The Price and Prize of Relevance

Lisa Barry, Partner, People and Change, KPMG
Looking through the lens of the leader, Lisa will share insights on how organisations can reinvented themselves to be more relevant.


Executive Workshop – Cash and working capital management

Vince Dimasi, Director, Working Capital Advisory, KPMG
For those companies that already have or are considering a working capital improvement programme, Vince will lead an in-depth discussion on those attributes that make these programmes successful and some of the common traps to avoid. He will provide more specific details on planning and leading working capital programs and related metrics and tools.

This workshop will be limited to [10] places and will be conducted at the end of the presentations. Get in quick and secure your spot by using the ‘presentation and workshop’ link on the right.

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