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TOP TECH TRENDS DEBATE

TUESDAY 3RD SEPTEMBER


After a sell-out premiere in 2018, the Top Tech Trends Debate is back.

Unlike anything that currently exists in Australia, the Top Tech Trends Debate showcases the visions of five leading industry professionals. They pitch their ideas on the next big thing, and the audience votes.

The event is a replica of the Top Tech Trends event that has been successfully run by the Churchill Club in Silicon Valley for 20 consecutive years. Bringing it to Melbourne last year was a hit, with 170+ attendees.

The event also features as a headline event for the Emerging technologies powering investment stream of the State Government of Victoria's Digital Innovation Festival.

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WHY YOU WANT TO BE AT THIS EVENT



Be a part of the audience which will help shape the top tech trends whilst learning how these emerging technologies are set to impact our lives. It’s an opportunity to peer inside the minds that are investing in our future, to understand how they see our world.

Each speaker will deliver one trend that must meet the following criteria:

Are not obvious today, but may well be in the future; and

There'll be an explosive impact in these areas in 3-5 years time.

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REGISTER NOW FOR EARLY-BIRD TICKETS

Tickets can be purchased via our Eventbrite page.

Member Early Bird $40*
Member General $55

Non-Member Early Bird $55*
Non-Member General $70

Non-Member Early Bird with Annual Membership $130*
Non-Member General with Annual Membership $150



Early Bird Corporate Package (10 tickets) $490*
General Corporate Package (10 tickets) $690

*Early bird period ends 11:59pm 31st July 2019

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2018 TOP TECH TRENDS DEBATE



Last year’s inaugural debate was a huge success and sold out with over 180 guests in attendance at PwC Australia. Melbourne entrepreneur, Kee Wong, who also sits on the boards of CarSales, Committee for Melbourne and Victoria University, won the debate.

Knowledgeable in all things engineering, IT and business, Kee argued the biggest trend coming our way is “the future of education”. He believes that Australia's Higher Education Industry – which is the third largest export revenue for Australia and the highest export revenue for the State state of Victoria – is under threat to being disrupted. What’s interesting is his prediction is that it the disruption won’t be by other groups of universities, but by online platform players like Amazon et al.

Read highlights from the 2019 Top Tech Trend Debate.


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