Game Changers: In Conversation With James Chin Moody

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Game Changers: In Conversation with James Chin Moody

Thursday 13 October l 6pm – 7pm followed by refreshments on the Queensland Terrace | SLQ Auditorium 1, level 2 | free | bookings required

Be inspired by innovative leaders in business, technology and creative industries at the popular Game Changers series. Facilitated by Ray Weekes, Chairman of The CEO Institute, the Game Changers series this is your opportunity to hear firsthand how prominent Queensland entrepreneurs and business leaders build companies, reinvent themselves, inspire teams and envision success.

James Chin Moody, the co-founder and CEO of Sendle, is unlocking the power of big business delivery networks for small business to make parcel delivery simple, reliable and affordable. Sendle is also Australia's first technology B Corporation and first 100% carbon neutral delivery service.

Previously James has held roles as Executive Director, Development at CSIRO, Australian National Commissioner for UNESCO, member of the Australian Bureau of Meteorology Advisory Board and Trustee for the Australian Museum. He sits on the Australian Bureau of Statistics Advisory Council and is a member of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on the Future of Software and Society.

From 2004-2011 James was a panellist on the ABC television program The New Inventors. With a PhD in innovation theory, James is an expert and thought leader on the interface between sustainability and innovation and is the co-author of The Sixth Wave: How to Succeed in a Resource-Limited World.

Game Changers is a Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame initiative presented by SLQ, QUT Business School and the Queensland Library Foundation. The Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame celebrates records and retells the stories of outstanding Queensland business leaders and their contributions to our state.

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By: State Library of Queensland