• Olivia Molesworth

    Olivia Molesworth is the founder and Managing Director of Bromleigh Capital, and at 23 years old is the youngest female Fintech entrepreneur running a financing company in Australia.

  • Louise Reynolds

    Louise Reynolds is a freelance writer from Melbourne. She balances a full-time day job in communications with pursuing her passion for travel and travel writing.

  • Patrick Lau

    Patrick is based in Sydney and covers Australian environment-facing industries, travel and lifestyle.

  • Mike Huynh

    As a kid Mike wanted to be a cop, a helicopter pilot and a pizza dough taster. Failing all three, he became a writer instead and has since penned words for men’s lifestyle publications D’Marge and GQ. He is now part of the grammar police at The CEO Magazine.

  • Barry Stone

    A dislike of cramped spaces meant Egyptology was a ‘No’ for Barry. He fell upon author and travel writer instead, with 12 books and too many far-off places a salve for a misspent youth.

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    John Donovan

    As Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) at Sophos, John is responsible for overseeing the direction of the local business and spearheading its growth. This involves building and executing appropriate go-to-market strategies that enable the sales team to meet its targets.

  • Michael Evans

    Michael Evans is Vice President ANZ at Pegasystems, boasting over 20 years of experience in the enterprise technology sector.

  • Julie Hosking

    Born in Melbourne, Julie grew up in Bougainville and the Pilbara before moving to Perth to study journalism and politics. She has worked in newspapers and magazines for News Ltd and Seven West Media, most recently as editor of West Weekend magazine.

  • Daisy Stockbridge

    A born and bred Londoner turned Sydneysider who completed her journalism degree more years ago than she cares to remember, Daisy has written articles on just about every topic imaginable.