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LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

   WOMEN IN RETAIL

31st May 2024

MELBOURNE

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presents

LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

   WOMEN IN RETAIL

31st May 2024

MELBOURNE

LAUNA INMAN

Launa is a professional Non-Executive Director having sat on the Boards of several ASX listed companies including CBA and Super Retail Group.  She has significant governance experience on both Remuneration and Audit committees.

Launa is a member of the Australia Post Board.  She is also on the Advisory Board of Fantastic Furniture, a large national retailer.

Launa is the Chair of the Melbourne Fashion Festival, which is the largest fashion festival engaging the public in the world.  This festival promotes Melbourne as the fashion capital of Australia.  She also sits on the Board of the Alannah and Madeline Foundation, which protects children against cyber bullying and family violence. 

Launa is a former CEO/Managing Director of three iconic Australian companies, Target Australia, which she ran for 7 years, Billabong International and Officeworks.

Past awards include the Telstra Australian Businesswoman of the Year in recognition of her business achievements and in 2015 was awarded the Sir Charles McGrath Award for her significant contribution to the field of marketing and wider industry achievements.

 

Chair of Melbourne Fashion Festival, Director Australia Post.

Telstra Business Woman of the Year. Ex CEO Billabong

Launa Inman
Cathi Scarce
Cathi Scarce

Cathi Scarce is the General Manager Customer Operations at Priceline. She is an experienced
retail multi site executive with a reputation for bringing an unstoppable energy and
commanding presence to her chosen organisations. A true shop floor to boardroom
story Cathi started her career journey as a supermarket delicatessen manager and
rose through the ranks to finish her career at Coles as the Acting Chief Executive of
the Liquor Division leading 5600 team members and over 900 stores.
Now leading the teams at Priceline as part of WesHealth in Customer Operations
across more than 450 stores, both Franchise and corporate , she is taking an
innovative approach to driving true cultural change whilst delivering great
commercial outcomes and a relentless customer focus to every challenge she
undertakes.
Her innovative approaches to finding ways to give less time to task and more time to
customer care and training of teams has shown improvements in both employee and
customer satisfaction. A driving force in all that she does she loves to support other
women in business to realise their potential. Cathi champions and celebrates
diversity and inclusion in all its forms and takes pride in her ability to use her platform
improve the employee experience of those around her.

General Manager Customer Operations – Priceline

Brita Goodwin
Brita Goodwin

Commenced my career as many retailers do – the grass root story. I started in a department store in Perth Western Australia and soon learned that I loved the fast paced dynamic Retail environment.

Showing initiative and jumping at every opportunity I was able to progress into retail management roles that saw me move interstate.

People were my passion and process was my strength so it was a natural transition to move into Human Resources where again I had opportunity to progress in my career across various company structure changes, moving interstate (QLD, NSW & VIC) seizing every opportunity.
Throughout my career I have developed a deep understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities within the retail industry. My expertise spans across various HR functions, including recruitment and talent acquisition, employee relations, performance management, training and development, and compliance – managing teams across Australia and the United Kingdom

The Just Group

General Manager People & Culture – Retail

Catherine Williamson
Catherine Williamson

Catherine Williamson, CEO of Wittner shoes. She is the first female and external CEO in the brand’s proud 110 year historyPrior to joining Wittner, Catherine was the Head of Strategy across the Country Road Group portfolio of brands. 

Catherine is a fierce advocate for women in leadership and nurturing the potential of fashion retail talent of the future. She currently sits on the advisory board of RMIT University and keen to ensure that retail is seen as a ‘career path’. Passionate about customer first mindset, sustainability and the potential of omnichannel retail strategies. Catherine has a strong track record of delivering brand and commercial success across Australian and International markets.  

CEO Mocka

Anne Natale
Anne Natale

General Manager Jeanswest

Amber Manning
Amber Manning

Amber is an experienced and dynamic General Manager with an extensive career in franchising, not-for-profit and financial services. At just 20 years of age she was Australia’s youngest financial services Franchise Owner and Operator. 14 years on, Amber now runs the show as General Manager at Just Cuts, the largest hairdressing franchise in the Southern Hemisphere.

Amber’s background in franchising, not for profit and senior management has seen her develop a broad portfolio of senior management skills. She has spent time working across the NSW Telstra Franchise and Dealer channels and supported a large portion of Harvey Norman Franchisees including a regular role advising the Harvey Norman steering committee. Amber’s project management experience with stakeholders from KPMG and Price Waterhouse Coopers has equipped her with a strong ability to use global strategies across business of all sizes. In a long-term role as Project Sponsor and Business Lead for Mission Australia’s Sales Framework, Amber’s strong senior management experience saw her team achieve outstanding results in a national roll out for the not-for-profit sector. Amber has also worked with Government Ministers and Industry Skills Councils to advocate change in the area of skilled workers.

CEO Just Cuts

Wendy Byrne

Wendy started her career in retail stores as a “fill in time”  role post High School, she quickly realised the retail sector was one she wanted to explore. She worked her way from the shop floor to management roles within the store portfolio, and then into a trainee buyer ship in HQ at Coles Myer. She learnt very quickly that”the customer is at the forefront of everything we do. NO MATTER WHAT! “

18 years of Womenswear buying within Kmart- across Lingerie, Sleepwear, Activewear, Denim, Dresses and Knits/ Jersey followed- ensuring a variety of departmental variances kept her challenged and interested. She is passionate about paying it forward and finished her career at Kmart as a Senior Buyer, mentoring up-and-coming buyers in training.

From Kmart, she had an amazing opportunity at Sussan Corporation- with an incredible mentor in Felicity McGahan- leading the way in leadership for Women!

10 years at Witchery gave her incredible design and sourcing opportunities- a role she relished with the support of Iain Nairn- MD Witchery at the time.

She finished my “rag trade” career at Just Jeans- a volume driver in the Australian marketplace.

Her current role at T2 as Head of Product- 5 years has been an exceptional learning experience and change of pace and process from the clothing industry I was immersed in. One which she absolutely adores and is supported across the board by the leadership team at T2.

Mentors like Nicky Sparshott and Georgie Poulos were and continue to be inspirational female leaders- at the forefront of leadership, equality, diversity and inclusion, a voice for change and always thinking outside the box.

The retail landscape continues to evolve, and she looks forward to the many challenges and changes that brings!

 

Head of Buying T2 Global

Emily Cole
Emily Cole

 Emily is the Head of Category and Content Strategy at Kmart Australia Limited. Her why is; “To be a dynamic marketer within a company that has purpose and is an industry leader. I am energized when I maximize my strengths in brand and product management to drive outstanding results. I hold myself accountable to lead the way with passion, creativity and innovation.”

Head of Category and Content Strategy KMart

Kerri Wane
Kerri Wane

Previously, Kerri’s executive career spanned senior leadership roles in the hospitality/QSR, fashion, and F&B sectors both domestically and internationally in brands such as Domino’s, Mad Mex and Gelatissimo.

Kerri is passionate about people, purpose, brands and growth and loves to work in transformation, growth, and turnaround environments. Vision, care, authenticity, passion, and integrity are central to her leadership style. Making a difference is important to Kerri, particulalry in franchising and business communities.

In 2021 and 2023 Kerri was recognised by Inside Franchise Business for her achievements in the Franchising sector receiving a place in the ‘Top 30 Franchise Business Executives’ awards taking out a top 5 place in 2023 and the National ‘Up and Coming’ award for the executive showing great potential in 2021.

Kerri’s formal qualifications include GAICD (AICD), Master of Law (Labour Law & Relations; Sydney Law School), an MBA, and a Bachelor of Science (Psyc).Kerri Wane is the CEO of San Churro and is humbled to lead an extremely passionate 

CEO  San Churro

Baishakhi Connor
Baishakhi Connor

Baishakhi Connor is the Head of Supplier Management at Coles. Born in small town India, Baishakhi carved a diverse career spanning four continents and continues to stretch limits in ways she couldn’t have imagined. Apart from her busy corporate role- she is a NFP Board member, community volunteer, mentor, writer, speaker, and currently flexing her muscles into Powerlifting.

Baishakhi lives in a tri-cultural tri-religious family with her Australian Catholic husband and Afghan Muslim foster daughters. As foster mum of 2, step mum of 4 and step grand mum of 5, her life is a busy blur of family, fun and food.

Coles Head of Supplier Management

Achieving your Goals -The Power of Mentoring & Sponsorship.

The Future of Retail and what it might mean for you.

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Culture & Career Progression: How to Thrive

CAREER BUILDING

INSPIRATION

Are you ready to take your career to new heights? Join us at the Leadership Summit: Women in Retail, presented by RQ Media, on Friday, May 31st, at No1 Events in Malvern, Victoria. This event is tailor-made to inspire, empower, and support women in the retail industry as they aim for senior leadership roles.

Collaborating with the ARA and FCA, our summit offers a power-packed agenda featuring keynote presentations, panel discussions, professional development sessions, industry updates (including an exclusive Roy Morgan update), and extensive networking opportunities. Plus, enjoy breathtaking views overlooking the golf course at No1 Events!

Kicking off the day with an inspiring keynote address is none other than Launa Inman, former CEO/Managing Director of iconic Australian companies like Target Australia, Billabong International, and Officeworks. Launa’s insights and achievements are sure to set the stage for an incredible event.

Our panelists lineup is nothing short of extraordinary with a wealth of experiences to share, check out their bios above.

 

Don’t just take our word for it—our past attendees have raved about the event:

  • “Brilliant session… informative and thought-provoking.” – Michelle K
  • “A fantastic event, jam-packed with lots of inspiring keynotes, discussions, and workshops. Many takeaways from this event.” – Archana

This year’s summit promises to be even more impactful, offering actionable strategies, meaningful connections, and renewed inspiration to advance your retail career.

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to learn from industry leaders, network with like-minded professionals, and propel your career forward. Secure your spot today!

A DAY TO REMEMBER

OUR AGENDA

8.30 am MC & Keynote
9.20 am Panel Culture & Career Progression
10.00 am Break
10.15 am 4 x 30 min Workshop – case studies
12.15 pm Networking Lunch
1.00pm Keynote
1.30 pm 3x 30 min workshops & case studies
3.00 pm Break
3.15 pm Panel Achieivng your Goals the Power of Mentoring & Advocacy
4.00 pm Panel The Future of Retail, What It Might Mean For You.
4.45 pm CLOSE

Being a successful professional requires a large network, often for women, this is a major roadblock to senior leadership. This is a great chance for you and your team to meet other potential collaborators from across the retail industry. 

Meet potential role models women who have made it. Learn about the industry-wide challenges and be prepared for what is to come.

Meet our Expert Presenters

CHECKOUT THE WORKSHOPS

Narelle Hutchesson
NARELLE HUTCHESSON

Narelle Hutchesson – CEO

With three decades of strategic marketing experience behind her – plus a PhD in relationship quality – Narelle is as rigorous as she is insightful.

Across her career, Narelle has worked on all sides of the retail experience: from shop owner to market researcher – and beyond. Today, she uses this deep knowledge to nurture the next generation of digital marketers.

As CEO, Narelle is the strategic force behind all things business development, customer relationship management and client media strategy. Her mantra is simple: use data to drive decisions and communicate them transparently.

Under Narelle’s stewardship, RQMedia has achieved extraordinary outcomes for brands that want to challenge the status quo and become leaders in their field.

CEO – Founder of RQ Media

The Art of Digital Sustainable Growth
Today trying to cut through the noise in the marketplace & ever-changing channels is a challenge to achieving sales growth. Learn how by adopting a consistent tech approach to reducing waste you can deliver sustainable growth no matter whether it is fashion, travel or FMCG. 
 
Takeaways
Don’t accept complacency
The power of constructive challenging
The role of the advisor
The importance of focus and filtering out the noise.
The power of data-driven decisions
Beverley Chambers
BEVERLEY CHAMBERS

Beverley, Founder and CEO of Numensa and IWANTTOBEAFASHIONBUYER.COM, boasts over 30 years of global retail expertise, having worked with prominent companies such as Marks & Spencer, Next, Arcadia, and Coles in the UK and Australia. With a focus on buying, product development, and people management at a senior level, Beverley utilizes her extensive experience for diverse retail projects.

Known for her exceptional creativity and results-oriented approach, Beverley’s infectious enthusiasm for retail is evident in her roles as a facilitator, trainer, and mentor. Passionate about nurturing young talent, she has lectured at RMIT, consulted for the Australian Retail Association (ARA), and developed accredited merchandise management programs for Monash University and the University of Melbourne Business School.

In the past decade, Beverley has played a key role in training and mentoring entire merchandise teams for ASX200 companies, creating trainee buyer/planner programs, and launching a unique work-integrated learning initiative through IWANTTOBEAFASHIONBUYER.COM, and the NUMENSA INTERNSHIP PROGRAM. Beverley holds qualifications in BA (Hons) Fashion, Sustainability, and Vocational Education and Training.

 

CEO Numensa

How To Attract And Retain Gen Z In A Retail Career.

The retail sector, rooted in tradition, may struggle to captivate the interest of Gen Z, who seek dynamic and innovative career paths. Attracting and retaining this generation in retail poses a challenge, as the industry may need to evolve to align with Gen Z’s desire for excitement, innovation, and purpose in their professional pursuits.

· Zurich Insurance reports that Gen Z comprises 30% of the global population and is projected to constitute 27% of the workforce by 2025. Despite constituting half of the retail workforce, primarily in ‘fill-in’ roles for students, the challenge is to transform retail into an appealing long-term career choice for Gen Z. We discuss what you need to do to make retail an enduring career option for this generation?

· In an era where looking up words, finding businesses in the Yellow Pages, or searching through encyclopedias are foreign concepts, and information is instantly accessible, the virtue of patience may not have been cultivated by our youngest workforce. How does this phenomenon affect the Gen Z employee?

· Exploding Topics discovered that 61% of Gen Zs experienced feelings of nervousness, anxiety, or being on edge in the past two weeks. Employers should focus on raising awareness, destigmatizing mental health, and making accessible services available for Gen Z.

· McKinsey notes that Gen Z places high importance on values such as diversity & inclusion, gender equality, and environmental concerns. A socially focused business that aligns with these values not only attracts Gen Z employees but also fosters greater loyalty amongst them.

· According to Culture Amp research, the primary factor influencing employee retention is learning and development, a trend observed across all generations, including Generation Z. Gen Z members are particularly drawn to meaningful work that offers opportunities for skill acquisition, involvement in challenging projects, and making a positive impact.

CHANDELL LABBOZZETTA
CHANDELL LABBOZZETTA

Chandell is a best-selling author, Master Trainer of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Sales Strategist, and Confidence Booster. Her personal sales close rate is over 100% thanks to satisfied client’s persuasive referrals and her clients experience measurable increases in their own sales success almost overnight as a result of her empowering approach. “Success comes from the inside, so I start with mindset,” says Chandell. “If you don’t fix your mindset, it doesn’t matter what techniques you use you’ll still be stuck on the sales rollercoaster.” Confidence leads to empowered decisions, wise choices, and profitable transactions which help you create the life you want and deserve even in times of uncertainty and tumult.

 

Co- Founder of Life Puzzle

Leading with Influence & Integrity

 How to have conversations that inspire action.

In this new era where the many are fighting to ‘win the war on talent’ you will learn how to create an environment that paints brightness of future for your team and attract quality candidates. Our Leaders are Confident to Communicate their Messages, Collaborate and Lead their Internal and External Stakeholders with Influence and Integrity.

In this workshop, Chandell will cover:

  • How to Create Confidence in your Communication abilities to deliver with authenticity & integrity.
  • Learn a simple methodology for solving problems and get results with Self/Others.
  • Reduce the Complexity of Emotional Conversations while Harnessing Human Connection in Leadership and Eliminate ‘Confused’ Messaging in top down, bottom up reporting structures.
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Lisa Sweeney
LISA SWEENEY

Chandell is a best-selling author, Master Trainer of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Sales Strategist, and Confidence Booster. Her personal sales close rate is over 100% thanks to satisfied client’s persuasive referrals and her clients experience measurable increases in their own sales success almost overnight as a result of her empowering approach. “Success comes from the inside, so I start with mindset,” says Chandell. “If you don’t fix your mindset, it doesn’t matter what techniques you use you’ll still be stuck on the sales rollercoaster.” Confidence leads to empowered decisions, wise choices, and profitable transactions which help you create the life you want and deserve even in times of uncertainty and tumult.

 

Retail & Licensing Expert

Connecting with Consumers Through Brand Licensing

Even taking into account historic inflation, licensed products and services are outperforming the overall retail market. This proves that licensed properties are a difference-maker for consumers. In order to take advantage of the emotional connection between consumers and the brands they love, retailers must collaborate with IP owners and their licensing partners.

 

Takeaways

  • Research from Licensing International’s latest Global Licensing Industry Study shows that sales of licensed merchandise and services reached $340+ billion in 2022, a record for the brand licensing industry. And recent data from Business Research Insights forecasts the industry will reach $371+ billion by 2028.
  • The connection between consumers and brands is especially strong in Australia. The South Asia/PAC region saw sales of licensed products and services increase 3.7% in 2022, driven by strong growth in Australia. In fact, Australia’s retail licensing revenue grew 12.3% to $4.5 billion in 2022, with consumer spending in the market increasing 7.8% during the same period.
  • In recent months, the Music, Sports, and Collegiate categories have benefited from consumers’ desire to spend time with loved ones outside of the home and share experiences related to their favorite brands. This desire has also resulted in massive growth for the Licensed Services and Location-Based Entertainment categories. Retailers that incorporate experiences into their strategies have seen significant increases in the number of Gen Z consumers shopping in-store, with a recent report by the International Council of Shopping Centers showing Gen Z (people aged 16 to 26) prefer shopping in-person as much as online. Gen Z’s spending power is estimated to be more than $450 billion.
  • Retailers around the world are expected to take advantage of a number of high-profile brand anniversaries in 2024. Major properties celebrating milestones include Hello Kitty (50th anniversary), Barbie (65th anniversary), and Adidas (75th anniversary).
  • It’s especially important for brand owners and retailers to collaborate to create events and experiences that engage consumers as consolidation in Australia’s retail landscape—retail conglomerate Wesfarmers is merging the business units of budget department store Kmart and discount retailer Target in the region, for example—is expected to further contract the local supply chain.

 

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Christine Khor
DANIELLE LOWE

Danielle has been working in the Brand and Licensing field for over 20 years and has in depth knowledge of the fashion and licensing industry. 

Danielle has a university background in Product Development and Marketing and a career history that includes the management of DTR licenses, International properties and global licensing programs, and now manages Caprice’s inbound and outbound licensing relationships across the categories of apparel, footwear, homewares and travel goods. 

Licensing Manager Caprice

Growing Connections, Building Business

Growing businesses today is challenging. It is not easy to bring new products to market that have real impact at retail. To be quick, creative and meet consumer demands you need to have great relationships and collaborative mindsets.

Key takeaways are:

  1. Expansion – two families coming together to form Caprice (historical lens)
  2. Resourcing – factory joint ventures, growth through and innovation (talking to sourcing)
  3. Licensing and Brand Alliance – talking to the longevity of our licensing partnerships and networking to grow new.
  4. Industry Progression and Development – Ethical sourcing and sustainability, our learnings through partnerships to take a lead in this field
  5. The Future – passing it on, our relationship with RMIT and the importance of giving back
  6. Speed Networking 

Now, reflect on some of the relationships and connections that you have in your current network and how you can further leverage those whether for personal growth or business opportunities.  What other networking opportunities exist within your workplace and social communities are untapped and how will you find the time and courage to move forward and forge new relationships and grow your network.

Christine Khor
CHRISTINE KHOR

Christine Khor is the CEO and Founder of Peeplcoach – a scalable and accessibly priced leadership development solution combining training and coaching, people, and technology to transform technical experts into inspiring and effective leaders. 

Over the last 25 + years Christine has supported hundreds of organisations and thousands of individual leaders to build successful businesses, teams, leaders, and careers.  Combining her executive coaching, executive recruitment and leadership development expertise Christine is building strong leaders one coaching conversation at a time. 

Peeplcoach now partners with organisations globally including Honeywell, Rockwell, Menulog, Vicinity Group, Inghams Foods and Bega Foods to name a few. 

Christine and Peeplcoach have been recognised for their achievements – Telstra Business Woman of the Year Finalist, Women in Tech Finalist 2021 and 2023, AFR – Fast Starter Company top 100, HRD Magazine Learning and Development Organisation Silver Winner and CEO Entrepreneur of the Year finalist. And Peeplcoach has been recognised as 8th most innovative company in 2024 by Smart Company and won several awards of distinction in the 2024 Learn X Awards. 

Christine’s approach is to share insights and learnings in an honest, practical, and often humorous way.  

 

CEO – Founder of Peeplcoach

Developing the Confidence to Ask

Since the beginning of time women have been socialised and conditioned to “wait to be asked”. We are taught to be patient, to wait for be asked out, to wait to be asked for your hand in marriage and to wait for your promotion.

Whilst we are waiting, less qualified but confident people are moving ahead of us whilst we feel unheard, unrecognised, and exhausted.

In this session Christine will share:
• What are the fears making us wait and stopping us from asking?
• Tools and language to help you to ask for what you without shame or guilt.
• Understanding the cost and consequences of not asking for yourself and those around you.

Michele Levine Roy Morgan
MICHELE LEVINE

Michele Levine was born with a passion for people and what makes them tick, social justice and an insatiable curiosity about life.
With over 30 years’ experience as a researcher, Michele has been responsible for thousands of surveys, including many of the largest research projects ever undertaken in Australia, many of which continue to play a critically important part in shaping our society today.
With a fundamental belief in the empowering value of information, Michele was instrumental in the development and refinement of Roy Morgan Single Source, the world’s leading consumer study (based on over 50,000 interviews a year) and, in 2010, the introduction of the Roy Morgan Business Survey.
Michele was ahead of her time in foreseeing the exponential growth of Big Data and, consequently the need for software (like ASTEROID) which can manage and order massive volumes of data – as well as the need for highly trained analysts who can help make sense
of it. 

CEO Roy Morgan

The State of the Market

Roy Morgan CEO Michele Levine is a highly sought-after expert on the Australian retail environment and the underlying trends that drive consumer behaviour and purchasing decisions in the marketplace – more important than ever in the fast-changing retail landscape of 2024.

As well as providing an update on the current retail trends we are facing, Michele will provide insights into how she made her way to the top job as CEO of Australia’s largest independent market researcher and why this path is available to any woman who is prepared to challenge herself.

In an era when smart, collaborative, win-win-win leadership is more sought after than ever before Women are uniquely well-placed to pursue leadership opportunities in the business world and beyond.

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PLUS CREDENTIALS

Reinforce your Summit takeaways with your choice of Credentials.

 OPTION 1 : Credential for Diploma in Leadership.

Have you considered the benefit of having credentials to support your career advancement? You simply need to pull together the evidence to gain a credential. We will work with you to explain what is required. The Topic – Communicate with influence. It takes 12 to achieve your Diploma

*BSB50420 Diploma of Leadership and Management provided by Knowledge Access RTO (#40961)

OPTION 2 : Mentor Masterclass

For professionals with 10 years of industry experience become an Accredited Mentor. Learn best practices, and access frameworks, tools and resources to be an expert. Understand the difference between mentoring & coaching and what to do if a mental health case arises. “Mentors are six times more likely to be promoted” according to a study done by SunMicrosystems. (Source)

Accreditation is global with CPD

Learn More 

Mentor Accreditation

TESTIMONIALS

What People Are Saying

Really engaging and informative presenter who took the time to interact with audience and answer specific questions. Great tips and structure to overcome fear of public speaking.

Very useful and practical tips that are actionable.  Great to hear different POV from leaders of different industries.

A very honest, open and insightful approach to Board leadership, thank you. Very worthwhile session.

Great presentation. I loved finding out about the new LinkedIn features and the amazing free resources to be handed out. Thank you for such an informative session.

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