COVID-19 impact on business, trade and investment
Welcome to join the second SACC Webinar in the COVID-19 impact on business and trade series with focus on – How to adapt, pivot and rebuild. Past survival, will this be a new start for your business?
This webinar is moderated by Teresia Fors, Vice President Swedish Australian Chamber of Commerce and on the panel, we are pleased to introduce:
Professor Glenn Wightwick is the Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Innovation and Enterprise at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) where he has responsibility for the university’s innovation, entrepreneurship and industry engagement. Prior to this he was Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Research for 3.5 years. He spent 27 years working at IBM in Australia, the USA and China in a variety of technical and leadership roles in systems engineering, development and research. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering and a Senior Fellow of the IEEE. He is Co-Chair of 2SER, a community radio station jointly owned by UTS and Macquarie University and is on the board of the Sydney School of Entrepreneurship and SCEGGS Redlands.
Jussi Ylinen is Anticimex Group President for the Pacific Region and CEO for Flick Anticimex Pty Ltd in Australia. Anticimex is a global leader in preventive pest control offering modern solutions for a modern society operating in 18 countries. Jussi Ylinen has extensive international service business experience from companies like YIT Construction, Nokia, SOL Corporation. Prior joining Flick Anticimex in Australia he held the position of CEO Anticimex Finland for the past 4 years. Jussi Ylinen graduated from the University of Technology in Helsinki in 1994 with MSc Civil Engineering degree. Shortly his career was built in international assignments in Baltic countries, Central Europe, Latin America and Russia. Family of two children has some good memories living abroad in Zurich and Rio de Janeiro over 7 years. The Ylinen Family Returned to Finland in 2005 and had to wait until 2019 to move again, this time to Melbourne.
Johan Nilsson, Business and Strategic Development, Constant Security Services
Johan has been an innovative security specialist, pioneering technologies and applications that are now common platforms in the Australian security industry over the last two decades, such as GPS sign-on/off, WH&S/operational apps and guard instructions through digital information points. His entrepreneurial approach has resulted in effective operational solutions reducing the risk for employers and clients alike. Continuous client engagement with Constant’s clients such as Woolworths, MYER, Fairfax City to Surf and the Sydney Opera House ensures our service will evolve into a new “normal” in this ever-changing environment. As their security partner, Constant maintains an integral part in consulting and implementing best practices and benchmarking.
An interactive Q&A session with the option to ask live questions will be held at the end of the webinar.
Once registered, an email will be sent with instructions on how to get connected to the webinar from wherever you are in Australia. There is no cost attached to attending this webinar.
We look forward to seeing you on 5 May at 3.00 – 4.00 pm.