MBAus2019 Conference is Coming to Brisbane


MBA students, alumni, business leaders and those considering undertaking graduate business studies are invited to attend MBAus19 in Brisbane on 7th September to be hosted by UQ Business School.

The theme for the 2019 conference is Industry 4.0 and the impacts of the 4th Industrial Revolution on business.

MBAus will hold a full day event with many inspiring speakers who will discuss technology and how MBAs have a great role in implementation, digital transformation and what are potential business opportunity with the rise of Internet of Things (IoT), Block Chain, Big Data & Data Analytics.

There will be a Q&A session to discuss the role of government as well as social and sustainability elements that all companies should consider with the rise of industry 4.0.

The purpose of MBAus is to lead, empower and inspire the MBA community in Australia and New Zealand.

MBAus was started by four classmates from Melbourne Business School in 2017.

They wanted to have a professional group for MBAs which is student-led and create a forum for Australia’s MBA students, alumni and business minds to discover, connect, and collaborate.

Over the last two years, successful conferences have been held in Melbourne with more than 100 MBA students and alumni getting together.

These delegates came from 12 business schools and 55 companies across Australia and New Zealand. Past speakers have included high profile business leaders from Microsoft, Erickson, McKinsey, Partners in Performance, EY, KPMG and Deloitte.

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Brenton Gibbs
Brenton is a contributing writer to MBA News Australia. He is a director and co-founder of communications, content & creative agency RGC Media & Mktng and editorial manager of Fixed Income News Australia.