The AUSPACK 2019 Business and Industry Conference is all about being Smart. Connected. Sustainable.’ – make sure that you are a part of it!

Over two days, a comprehensive program of international and national keynote speakers, industry leaders and innovators will present case studies, interactive Q&A sessions and keynote plenary sessions.

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While many indicators point to an improvement in the fundamental economic conditions of manufacturing, one key factor that could hold back that recovery is the shortage of skilled workforce. In order for our organisations to respond to our workforce requirements we must plan now for the changes, challenges and opportunities we face in developing the right jobs and skills for future generations.

The NextGen Breakfast Forum on Friday 29 March 2019, features an expert line-up of business leaders who will discuss how to attract, retain and get the maximum value from the next generation, and include insight into their employment expectations, motivations and goals.

This session will also include a discussion panel bringing insight and opinions from multiple different industries. Featuring organisations who are leading the way on best practices when it comes to the future generations in our workplaces.

Key Topics Covered:

  • NextGen workplace motivations and goals
  • Tactics for adoption and retention of our NextGen workforce
  • Understanding the power of employer branding to attract the right talent
  • NextGen lifestyle insights, spending habits and spending patterns
  • Recruitment trends and tips on how we can use the latest tech to find the best talent

The NextGen Breakfast Forum is hosted by David Willey the founder of Growth Tank, one of Australia’s prominent voices on understanding millennials and GenZ. David has worked with some of the biggest brands across Australia and Europe including Apple, Nike, Spotify, Google, Ogilvy, Budweiser, Dan Murphy’s plus many more.


Nick Randall, Chief Revenue Officer, TRIBE

An experienced business leader with 20 years in marketing and media, Nick joined TRIBE in 2018, transitioning from his position as Commercial Director at podcast startup, Whooshkaa, where he oversaw the rapid growth of the platform’s sales and content marketing. Nick has also held National Sales Director at Macquarie Media, and National Sales and Marketing Director at Fairfax Radio Network, plus various senior roles at Southern Cross Austereo. He has also won a number of industry awards including a Gold and a Silver Spike and Direct Grand Prix at the Spikes Asia 2015 awards.

Peter Hammer, Managing Director, Marketing Scientist Group

Peter Hammer is Managing Director of the Marketing Scientist Group, and works with some of the largest media and marketing businesses in Asia Pacific to help them make evidence-based decisions and drive growth. He regularly conducts research on the younger generations in the area of advertising / media consumption, lifestyle insights and spending habits.

Chau Tran, Digital Manager, Step change

Chau is Step Change’s Digital Manager. She specialises in automation, developing multichannel journeys, and optimising the client experience. Chau has a wealth of experience in leading global work streams and has worked with a range of clients across industries of varying sizes.Prior to joining Step Change, Chau worked for Deloitte working major clients across Australia and also the United Kingdom. When she’s not working on strategy and harnessing behavioural data, you’ll find her sipping her favourite rum with her nose firmly in a good book. 

more speakers to be announced shortly!

Extremely limited tickets are available for this breakfast so secure your seat today!


7:00 am – 9:00 am, Friday 29 March 2019


Individual (APPMA Member) – $70 +GST

Individual (Non-Member) – $80 +GST

Table of 10 per person (APPMA Member) – $60 +GST

Table of 10 per person (Non-Member) – $70 +GST