Creative Innovation 2017 (Ci2017)


Creative Universe

At Creative Universe we have identified that transformation happens through creativity.

Creative Universe makes the extraordinary possible by helping to create sustainable, aligned and high performance organisations. Our goal is to help develop creative leaders and build a culture of innovation.

We offer you a range of innovative leadership and capability building programs, speakers, performers, conferences and special events to inspire your most important asset: your people. Through engaging with our transformational programs you will realise the performance and creative potential of your people and build a culture of innovation in your organisation.

Our channels for change include Creative Innovation Global, Creative Innovation TV, Inspiring Minds creative leadership, innovation capability and team building programs, Tania de Jong AM and other inspirational keynote speakers, Creativity Australia’s transformational WITH ONE VOICE social inclusion programs, outstanding Australian group Pot-Pourri and Music Theatre Australia entertainment consultancy and event production company.

Creative Universe is about what has never been…the art of possibility!

This is a Creative Universe project.

Creative Innovation Inspiring Minds Tania de Jong AM MTA Entertainment & Events Pot-Pourri Creativity Australia

A recent IBM poll of 1,500 CEOs identified creativity as the No. 1 ‘leadership competency’ of the future.” The Creativity Crisis, Newsweek, July 2010 (view full report).

IBM poll results

“Remarkable, mind blowing, brilliantly choreographed – easily the best conference ever and I’ve been to plenty. Truly wonderful and amazing.”

Jim Grant, Partner, Dattner Grant

“Thank you for a challenging and rewarding couple of days. The quality of the team you had at the conference was extraordinary! These events will change people and thereby the world.”

Craig Carolan, Director Private Wealth, ANZ

“I came to learn – I came away inspired! Best conference ever.”

Paul Duldig, University of Melbourne