Insight: Making Good
Insight by The Office Space is back and shaping up for another year of lively discussions with a stellar line up of business mavericks, cultural iconoclasts, and community identities.
Their 2020 program kicks off as usual with a look at workplace trends. This month, they focus on the business of doing good with a panel of experts who are using their commercial nous, community connections, and cultural expression to work for good.
Their special guest panel features:
Adam Verwey – Co-founder and ethical investment team leader at green tech superannuation fund Future Super, and a director at the Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility;
Jacqui Challinor – Nomad head chef and mastermind behind the #CookfortheBush initiative that saw 30 of Sydney’s biggest names in food band together in an epic gourmet bake sale that raised $150,000 for bushfire affected regions;
Caroline Rothwell – International sculptural artist exploring the intersection of art and science, nature and history, ideology and society. She has been commissioned to make numerous public art projects including City Of Sydney’s “Youngsters” in Barrack Street.
When: Tuesday 25th February, from 5:30—7pm
Where: Golden Age Cinema, 80 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills
Cost: Tickets $25 + GST (includes welcome drink and light canapes)
Insight by The Office Space
Now in its fifth year of production, Insight by The Office Space is a business talk series that brings together innovative entrepreneurs and business leaders to explore burgeoning topics and reveal the secrets of their success under a monthly theme. The Office Space is now proud to partner with the Sydney Community Foundation (SCF). For each Insight event that they host, they will be sending one disadvantaged women through the SCF’s Women’s Business Incubator Program. For more information visit The Office Space’s News and Events page.