Schedule

Start the day inspired by globally renowned tennis star Andre Agassi, before hearing from game-changing thought-leaders, futurists, experts and humans who are doing good in the world, as we unravel the topics most important to you.

Choose the sessions you want to attend from three content streams, featuring visionaries, experts and thought leaders in a range of fields.

All speakers will be presenting live on stage.

Keynote Andre Agassi

Beyond Tennis: The Power of Resilience and Creating Change for Good

Tennis legend Andre Agassi didn’t just win big, he redefined what it means to win. His story is an inspiring testament to the power of resilience forged in the fires of self-doubt, pressure, and ultimately – triumph.

10 – 11am | Main Stage
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Tech & Innovation Dom Price

Creating Our Future on Purpose, Not by Accident

Work Futurist Dom Price proposes we form a do-ocracy movement around modern work, finding things today that build a better future, as individuals, teams, businesses and communities.

11.50am – 12.35pm | Main Stage
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Social Impact Adam Goodes

Fireside Chat: Talking Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Adam Goodes sits down for a rare and deeply personal conversation about racism, the challenges and triumphs of his history-making football career, and Australia’s ongoing journey when it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

11.50am – 12.35pm | Stage 2
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Peak Performance Rachael Robertson

Leading on the Edge: Empowering You to Empower Others

Antarctic Expedition Leader, Rachael Robertson, will reveal how she built a high performing team from a group of strangers, keeping them inspired and productive through Antarctica’s long, dark winter.

11.50am – 12.35pm | Stage 3
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Tech & Innovation Seth Watts

Harnessing the Power of AI

In this illuminating session, Seth Watts, real estate tech trailblazer and co-founder of CampaignAgent, will demystify the world of Artificial Intelligence and its practical applications for the real estate industry.

12.45 – 1.30pm | Main Stage
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Social Impact Simon Griffiths

Why Giving a Crap is Good for Business

Co-founder of Who Gives A Crap, Simon Griffiths, will take you on the journey from idea, to start up, to successful large-scale company, proving that not only can you do good, while doing business, but that doing good is good for business.

12.45 – 1.30pm | Stage 2
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Peak Performance Gilbert Enoka & Carolyn Mitchell

Building a Winning Team: High Performance in Sport & Business

Culture and Leadership Specialist, Carolyn Mitchell, and Mental Skills Coach with New Zealand’s corporate and sporting elite, Gilbert Enoka, discuss what it takes to build sustainable high performing teams.

12.45 - 1.30pm | Stage 3
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Power Up Kirstin Hodgson & Serge Petrichenko

Ready to Win

Head of Market Research at REA Group, Serge Petrichenko, and Senior Market Research Manager, Kirstin Hodgson, will unpack the most in-depth study of Sellers in Australia.

1.50 – 2.05pm | Loungeroom 1
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Power Up Cameron Kusher

Rent Market Insights

REA Group Executive Manager Economic Research, Cameron Kusher, unpacks the increasing cost of rent and the rise of rental yields, rental supply and demand, and vacancy rates.

1.50 – 2.05 pm | Loungeroom 2
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Power Up Fiona Wong

Building New Homes Buyers Want

Fiona Wong, Market Research & Insights Manager at REA Group, will uncover insights from the latest New Homes Buyers research.

1.50 – 2.05pm | Loungeroom 3
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Power Up Tara Christianson

Property Advertising Tips and Tricks

How you can use every advantage in your toolkit to appeal to buyers and potential sellers

2.10 – 2.25pm | Loungeroom 2
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Power Up Anne Flaherty

Exploring Opportunities in Australia: Offshore Investment Insights

Realestate.com.au Economist, Anne Flaherty, will delve into investor trends and insights including the top countries actively seeking opportunities and geographic preferences and property types that captivate offshore buyers.

2.10 – 2.25pm | Loungeroom 3
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Power Up Tom Panos

The Attraction Agent 5.0

Elevate your career and stay ahead of the curve with Real estate coach, Tom Panos.

2.30 – 2.45pm | Loungeroom 1
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Power Up Cameron Kusher

Residential Market Outlook

REA Group’s Executive Manager Economic Research, Cameron Kusher, will explore the rate of price growth, property supply and demand, and sales volumes for the residential market.

2.30 – 2.45pm | Loungeroom 2
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Tech & Innovation Nikki Greenberg

2050: Creating Cities of the Future

In this entertaining yet educational keynote, world leading futurist Nikki Greenberg will unfurl the blueprint for cities of the future.

2.55 – 3.40pm | Main Stage
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Power Up Drew Pearse

The Next Consumer is a Privacy Expert

An exploration into the connection between privacy, consumer dynamics, and business success, and prepare to meet the expectations of the future consumer.

2.30 – 2.45pm | Loungeroom 3
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Social Impact Ryan Shelton & Dr Emily Musgrove

Chasing Happiness and Why Other People Matter

Drawing on personal experiences and stories shared on The Imperfects podcast, Emily and Ryan will unpack what positive psychology is all about, while sharing tangible actions you can take to shift your perspective to inject more optimism and happiness into your life and the lives of those around you.

2.55 – 3.40pm | Stage 2
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Peak Performance Industry Leaders

The Property Landscape: Insights and Predictions

Leaders from across the property industry will share insights into the current environment, and discuss the opportunities and challenges ahead for the industry in the coming 12 months.

2.55 – 3.40pm | Stage 3
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Keynote Tony Gustavsson

Winning Mentality: Unpacking the Secrets of the CommBank Matildas' Success

CommBank Matildas Head Coach, Tony Gustavsson, will share how he fostered a winning mentality and guided the team through the highs and lows that culminated in the team’s incredible World Cup performance.

3.55 - 4.55pm | Main Stage
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