Adam is a Sydney-based journalist and author with a long career in the UK and Australia, working for the Financial Times, the UK Sunday Times, The Sydney Morning Herald and the Australian Financial Review. He is the author of three books, Blood Rubber, Amazon Men and The Ship that Never Was.
Lindsay Brown is VP of Asia Pacific at LogMeIn. He has more than 20 years of sales and executive management, with a successful track record in growing and scaling both emerging and established multi-national technology companies.
Prior to joining LogMeIn, Lindsay held various sales and business development positions, specialising in Digital Media and Digital Marketing. He has a Bachelor of Computer Systems Engineering and a Master of Business Administration. Lindsay has three children and outside work enjoys spending time outdoors swimming, camping and playing football.
Stephen is a Partner at KordaMentha Forensic in Melbourne, Australia, and has 20 years’ accounting experience both locally and internationally, specialising in financial investigations and disputes. He has worked across a wide range of industries in the Middle East, Asia, Europe, the US and Australia, including manufacturing, petrochemicals, logistics and government. During his career, Stephen has been involved in many fraud and corruption investigations and has assisted both corporate entities and governments to recover assets.
Originally from the NSW Snowy Mountains, Jodie started her journalism career at The Canberra Times before moving to Sydney. She’s spent more than a decade working in magazines and is now a Staff Writer at The CEO Magazine.