About Common Wealth
Just like you, there are others frustrated by “business-as-usual”. They are frustrated by the “lip service” provided to stakeholders. Like when a company says “employees are our greatest asset” but means the opposite.
By contrast, there are organisations where stakeholders have an actual stake. These include:
- Companies using equity crowdfunding
- Co-operatives, where members are owners and
- Community Co-ownership structures
The best way for these people to meet, share ideas, expertise and discuss issues / challenges is via this first-of-a-kind event: Common Wealth.
Where and When?
Date and time
Thu 27th Feb 2020, 9:00 am – Fri 28th Feb 2020, 5:00 pm
Online: Via Zoom Webinar. In Person: UTS Business School, Dr Chau Chak Wing Building
14-28 Ultimo Rd, Ultimo NSW 2007, Australia
Is This For You?
Stakeholders with an actual stake (shared ownership) impacts day-to-day operations, competitive advantage, governance, local economic development and more. The people dealing with these issues will be at Common Wealth.
Aligned investments in “stakeholders with an actual stake” brings down risks and localises returns. But, it also raises new issues at each stage of the business cycle i.e initial capital raising, growth funding and exit. The people raising funds and innovating in this space will be at Common Wealth.
Common Wealth is the place to explore these dynamics with pioneering like-minded people.
Is this the type of crowd that you want to spend time with? If the answer is “yes”, then join in the conversation.
Day 1: Conversations Worth Sharing: Live To Webinar
Day 1 of Common Wealth is an in-person gathering of the Speakers at UTS Centre for Business and Social Innovation.
Speakers present live to each other (with some imbedded media). Their presentation is made via Zoom Webinar, so you can tune in from across the world and participate too.
PLEASE NOTE: The Zoom Webinar Details will be emailed to you separately after ticket purchase. This may take up to 24-48 hours.
PLEASE NOTE: If you want to watch a specific speaker you must choose the right session time.
- Session Pass = 2-hour session = $20 = 4 Speakers
- Whole Day Pass = 8 hours = $60 = 16 Speakers
Who Is Talking on Thursday – 27/2/20
Turning Ideas Into Action: Day 2 – 28/2/2020
A series of strictly limited Round Tables is on Day 2 (28/2/2020) of Common Wealth.
> Equity Crowd Funding: 9:30am – 11:30am (<5 Tickets left)
Hosted by the CFIA (Crowd Funding Institute of Australia) this industry-centric, equity crowdfunding round table will dissect what has worked and what needs to change with the current regime. Most, if not all, the current licensed platforms and regulators will attend.
> Co-operation Between Co-operatives: 12:30pm – 2:30pm (<5 Tickets left)
Hosted by The BCCM (Business Council of Co-ops and Mutuals) this industry discussion will focus on how to Co-operate between the emerging and existing sector for everyone’s benefit.> Sydney Commons Lab: 3:00 – 5:00pm (SOLD OUT)
Hosted by Tirrania Suhood and Dr Jose Ramos this roundtable will centre on the creation of Sydney Commons Lab in 2020. This proposed “civic institution” would promote commons-development, support with policy recommendations and provide a network for commons-oriented initiatives.
Socialising may occur post-event.
Reposted from the original event page. Get tickets here.
Lead image: lighthouse by barnyz