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  • 4IR: What it means for you & your workplace

Women, Wealth & Wine | Adelaide

Date: 18 July 2018
Time: 17:30 - 19:00
BDO Adelaide
Level 7, 420 King William St
Adelaide, SA  5000
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Jessica Jennings
  • Summary

Our next Women, Wealth and Wine event is coming up, and we are thrilled to welcome Dr Eva Balan-Vnuk as our guest speaker.

Dr Balan-Vnuk will speak to us about the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), and it's impact on the future of our workforce:

  • What are the skills of the future?
  • How to remain relevant in the workplace
  • What skills will be valued, and how to gain them
  • How HerTechPath hopes to contribute to preparing women & girls for these changes

We hope you can join us, and stay for networking drinks and canap├ęs.

We also encourage you to forward this invitation to any friends or colleagues who might like to come along.

Hope to see you there!

Attendance is complimentary

Friday 13 July 2018

About our speaker

Eva is responsible for providing strategic leadership for the delivery of cyber security, digital government and ICT services across South Australia Government. With her team, Eva drives the implementation of SA Government’s strategic priorities for security and risk assurance, digital strategy and exploration of new technologies to benefit citizens, businesses and public servants.

Prior to this role, Eva was State Director for Microsoft South Australia, as well as the inaugural National Skills Program Lead to develop and implement Microsoft Australia’s future-ready workforce initiatives. Eva has a PhD in innovation and entrepreneurship from the University of Adelaide, and is a Director for Novita, St Peter’s Girls’ College and the History Trust of South Australia. She is also founder of HerTechPath, a community of women working in the technology sector in South Australia who deliver briefings to high schools to inspire girls to consider careers in this disruptive, exciting and important sector.