Creative Innovation 2019 (Ci2019)

Ci2017 in a Nutshell

Creative Innovation 2017 Asia Pacific was an outstanding event that explored Human Intelligence 2.0 – Thriving in the age of acceleration. Ci2017 featured more than 40 international and Australian speakers, thinkers and leaders.

Interspersed throughout the conference were artistic talents creating art, poetry, music and comedy to transport delegates into a right-brained headspace of possibilities! Everyone shared their experiences and had the opportunity to participate in the discussions during the deep conversations, master classes, Q &A sessions and lunchtime hot spots. The event also honoured 10 scholarship winners making a difference through social innovation and enterprise.

Ci2017 attracted over 800 participants over the 2 day conference, 1 deep conversation, 15 master classes and Gala Dinner supporting Creativity Australia’s unique With One Voice social inclusion programs. The conference delegates included CEOs and other C-Suite executives and Directors of major ASX-listed companies, owners of SMEs, advisors, influencers, entrepreneurs, academics, and leaders and emerging talent from health, banking, finance, advertising, arts, media, education, industry, innovation, manufacturing and government sectors. Over 40% of the delegates were from regional areas and interstate and there were also a number of international delegates in attendance.

Ci2017 received massive media interest and trended NUMBER ONE on Twitter during the conference.

Creative Innovation 2016 (Ci2016)

“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