Upcoming Dinner Event: Indigenous Entrepreneurship with Paul Kruspe

Dear our valued subscribers,

TiE Melbourne’ Conscious Entrepreneurship Dinner Series is back again!
We are delighted to invite you to explore Indigenous Entrepreneurship with Paul Kruspe, who is the General Manager of Kinaway which is the Victorian Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce at our TiE Melbourne Dinner Event on November 13th.

It is our great pleasure to invite you to join us for an evening of deep and inspiring conversations over an elegant dinner and a glass of wine!

Tickets are limited. Please RSVP! Book your ticket here.

Event Details
Date: Tuesday, 13 November 2018
Time: 6:30PM to 9.30PM
Venue: Room IV, Westin Hotel
Address: 205 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Fee: Free for Charter members, $55 for Members and $120 for guests
Food & Drink: Two course sit-down dinner & drinks will be served.

Kind regards,

Hien Tran

Executive Director

 

About Paul

 

 

Paul is the General Manager of Kinaway which is the Victorian Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce based in Melbourne. Kinaway is the leading agency in advocating for the economic participation and empowerment of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander entrepreneurs in Victoria.

Paul has extensive work experience and network in both public and private sector. He is an expert in the development and implementation of a number of high impact diversity and inclusion strategies focused on Indigenous procurement, employment and business development mentoring, youth at risk employment program, and employment program for people with disabilities that focused on workplace integration.

He is also renowned for his work in business transformation of functions to operate more effectively and efficiently. Leading large operational divisions of geographically dispersed workforces, he is adept at leading and transforming the workplace.

Before working for Kinaway, Paul was a chair of the International Association for Contract & Commercial Management (IACCM) which is a non-profit organisation with over 43,000 members across 160 countries and more than 14,000 corporations. He contributed to enable both public and private sector organizations and professionals to achieve world-class standards in their contracting and relationship management process and skills.

In addition, he also worked as the Executive Director of Relocation Operations of Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicine Authority where he managed the relocation of the APVMA from Canberra to Armidale NSW.

Earlier in his career, he served as an assistant of commissioner at ATO for six years in various areas: Property, Procurement, Risks and Strategy Lodgement, Corporate Views…etc.

Our Conscious Entrepreneurship Dinner Series

Our Conscious Entrepreneurship Dinner Series is designed to foster enlightening discussions between like minded innovators, entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and academics about a wide range of topics of interest, including: science, technology, consciousness, purpose, wellbeing of mind and body, arts, and creativity.

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