Keynote presenters

Dan Gregory | Behavioural Strategist

Dan Gregory helps leaders and teams explore critical trends in search of opportunities, to identify the meaning behind the data and turn information into actionable strategies. In short, he helps you READ and LEAD human behaviour.

Dan is a captivating speaker whose business acumen is matched by a rapier wit and rare human insight gained during three years on the road working on the US and UK stand-up comedy circuits - skills put to great use in front of millions of viewers as a regular on ABC TV's "Gruen Planet" and Channel 7's "Masters of Spin". 

He has created leadership strategies for global technology firms, designed performance strategies for sales teams and C-Suite executives and driven engagement strategies for organisations as diverse as Coca-Cola, Unilever, the Royal Australian Navy and the UN/UN Women in Asia.

Kieran Flanagan | Change-maker & thought leader

Kieran Flanagan is the co-founder and chief creative officer of the strategic think-tank The Impossible Institute. An energetic, innovative and fluid thinker, Kieran gets her audiences laughing while they learn how to unlock their genius, make positive change and make change positive through transformational leadership, creative problem solving, and critical thinking.

Kieran's experience is broad. She has worked with professional services firms to train their future leaders, and with the UN in Singapore to develop strategies to fight human trafficking in Asia. She has run innovation programs for Unilever, Bayer and the NSW and Australian Governments, and she has facilitated cultural change programs for tech giants across multiple continents.

International technical presenter

Mark Kearns | Rotational Moulding Research Manager

Mark Kearns is the Rotational Moulding Research Manager of the Polymer Processing Research Centre (PPRC) within the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation Centre (AMIC) at Queen’s University, Belfast, N. Ireland.

A Chartered Chemical Engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers, he has a master’s degree in Rotational Moulding and has been involved in managing rotomoulding research, development, innovation, technology transfer and industrial support projects for over 25 years.

He has worked with companies across Europe, Australasia, South Africa and America on innovative polymer processing, product development and process optimisation.

Co-author of three books and over 60 papers, Mark regularly presents advanced technical seminars and keynote presentations on rotational moulding technology globally.

Industry presenters



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