• Emily Pidgeon

    Originally from a small country town in Victoria, Emily moved to Sydney to pursue a media career. She worked across a number of print and online publications including News Corp and Fairfax Media before joining The CEO Magazine.

  • Claudia De Berardinis

    As Digital Content Producer for The CEO Magazine, Claudia De Berardinis produces and manages content across the brand’s various digital platforms. Claudia has a background in communications, journalism and marketing with a thorough understanding of the business, lifestyle and luxury worlds.

  • Dr Guotao Hu

    Dr Guotao Hu is CEO of Country Garden Australia.

  • CEO Partnership

    The CEO Magazine partners with globally recognised brands to inspire the business world.

  • John Karagounis

    As CEO of The CEO Circle, John Karagounis is a high-achieving visionary, always striving to ensure that the brand is synonymous with excellence. A passionate thought leader, celebrated author and keynote speaker, he engages with some of the world’s brightest minds in hundreds of exclusive, confidential forums around the country.

  • Katie Kinrard, General Manager APAC, BluJay Solutions

    Katie Kinrard

    Katie is an innovative leader who keeps a continuous eye on the market for what’s next, while taking an active approach to understanding and listening to customer needs.

  • Nyssa Booth

    Nyssa is a young journalist with a passion for all things art, culture and food. She has previously written for City Hub Newspaper and currently works as The CEO Magazine’s Senior Production Coordinator.

  • Albert Nel

    Albert Nel is the Vice President of Sales for Asia Pacific at OpenText and is responsible for leading sales functions across all business units.

  • Sanchia Pegley

    With more than 20 years’ experience in consumer and custom print and digital media in Australia and the UK, Sanchia joined The CEO Magazine in 2017 as Features Editor and is now a Managing Editor. When she’s not reading, researching or writing for work, she takes guilty pleasure in reading historical fiction, and overt pleasure in her family. She loves collective nouns and has grudging respect for the Oxford comma.