There are many recorded benefits to being generous with your money as an individual, but what difference does it make to your business when you support a charity?
On Tuesday 3rd of May, Kieran Johnson from Opportunity International Australia will cover the why and how of corporate philanthropy, and why setting up Corporate Social Responsibility is so important.
The Business Intelligence you need to succeed
March 29, 2022
Change always creates both opportunities and threats. Those that can read the signs and adapt fast enough survive and thrive while others fall by the wayside. This presentation will show you how you can use business intelligence tools to navigate the changes and challenges we constantly face so we can succeed.
On Tuesday 29th March, Jeff Robson from Access Analytic will share his knowledge and expertise on business intelligence.
The world is changing rapidly with more focus on renewables, sustainability, carbon emission reductions (Net Zero) and the growth of electric vehicles. The key question is how to navigate this complex space aligning your goals with the right initiatives, and allowing for your business and capability challenges?
On Tuesday 1st February, Ed Neilan from Neilan Group will share his knowledge and expertise on renewables.
Brave new world - An introduction to Crypto Currency -
November 30, 2021
On Tuesday 30 November, Jeremy Jacka from Digital Wealth Group will share his knowledge and expertise on crypto currency.
How do we create property outcomes and better buildings in a post-2020 Perth?
November 2, 2021
We find ourselves amid ongoing skills shortages, material shortages and arguably an island economy that present a unique set of opportunities and challenges for development within greater Perth and WA as a whole.
On Tuesday 2 November, Mark Aronson from Maarch* Architects will examine how through good design and intelligent thinking we can help to create better results and to prepare for a more resilient future
Does Australia’s future demand a better tax system?
October 5, 2021
Our tax system has evolved over years with one bandaid solution after another being applied to increase the tax take. We now have a system that’s inefficient, duplicates functions and confuses most people. The ATO increasingly resorts to the big stick of audits and reviews to cover over the cracks and distortions in the system.
On Tuesday 5 October, Martin Kirkness from Dry Kirkness will give his thoughts on what can change to make the system fit for purpose to support the growth of Australian business.
With the Me Too movement, Black Lives Matter, political issues and the backlash of body shaming, it is more important than ever that companies grasp the concept of diversity. But how do you achieve diversity in photography and how do you make it relevant to your brand?
On Tuesday 10 August, join the Quorum community and Lisa Warman from Nutrition Force. Lisa will speak about the link between chronic stress from life events and how good nutrients can support your body during times of stress.
On Point Finance
Panel Discussion: How COVID-19 affected Australian consumer behaviour?
July 13, 2021
As countries exceed their one-year mark of life in lockdown and under restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, join our panel discussion on Tuesday 13 July as we look back at the impact the pandemic has had on consumer behaviour.
People say it’s difficult to negotiate? Often it’s more because of a lack of understanding of what to say or how to say something, that ends in a failed negotiation.
On Tuesday 15 June, Paul D'Angelo from D'Angelo Legal will discuss the Art of Negotiation from a lawyers perspective and share some valuable tips that can be helpful in business and everyday dealings.
On Tuesday 18 May, join the Quorum community and Damian Collins, President of the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia (REIWA) and founder and Managing Director of Momentum Wealth. Damian will share with us his views on the current WA market place and give insights on what is driving the WA economy now for housing.
WA Business Valuations
Business Valuation : Identify Opportunity, Visualise Possibility
April 13, 2021
Why are so many business owners playing guessing games with, what could be, the biggest asset they own in their lifetime? A Business Valuation can strike an uncomfortable chord with many business owners. Join Mathieu Paul from WA Business Valuations for breakfast and a discussion on the importance of undertaking regular business valuations to identify opportunity and visualise possibility.
Join Cara Graham from TWD for breakfast and a discussion on the psychology of money.
On Tuesday 9 March, explore how our experiences shape our views and behaviours when it comes to managing our finances. Understanding the psychology of money can help us to make the most with the resources we have at our disposal.
Why the insurance industry may have to become a not for profit to survive.
November 17, 2020
With risks always increasing and uncertain future how does the insurance industry support both local and global economies ? Daniel will discuss how insurance and resilience are intrinsically linked and how they come together for the benefit of the business owner and community.
Join Shannon Byrne from Smartline Personal Mortgage Advisors for breakfast and a discussion on Open Banking.
On Tuesday 1 September, discover what Open Banking is and how your individual social score/ status is going to affect your financial score with the introduction of open banking to Australia over the next few months and what that looks like for your plans.
Join us for breakfast and a discussion on the current state of digital around the world. Joel will examine how Australian businesses can invest in their digital infrastructure across all aspects of operations, finance and marketing, or develop new digital product offerings to future proof their brand.
Social media influencers often spruik that an organisation's vision is the key to success and the catalyst of new innovations.
What they often forget to explain is how to transform that vision from a hallucination to reality, and into a business strategy that leverages intellectual property (IP).
Often it is a lack of IP knowledge when creating business strategies that can expose an organisation to a variety of risks, and lead to reduced exposure to opportunities, such as brand building and additional investor capital.
Patent and Trade Mark Attorney, Nigel Chen-Tan's presentation will demonstrate how IP can be used in business strategies to mitigate risks and seize exciting new opportunities.
A not-to-be-missed discussion for start-up founders, SME directors that implement business strategies and people who are interested in an introduction to IP strategies (e.g. charities and not-for-profits)
Date: Tuesday 7 July Time: 7:15 AM Venue: The Mark - State Buildings, Perth
Has COVID-19 Changed WA Residential Real Estate Forever?
June 9, 2020
When the pandemic lockdown hit WA, the Real Estate Industry had to shift its marketing approach overnight.
On Tuesday 9 June, Quorum Member David Eyers from Acton Dalkeith will explain what those changes were, and discuss if they are here to stay.
David will also examine the change in values for WA residential property, how the State is faring in comparison to the rest of the nation, and the proposed economic changes and reform that will impact property and highlight the ones he believes are important.
Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability of your Business Data
May 5, 2020
Join us online for a Zoom Assembly on Tuesday 5 May to learn what the “CIA Triad” means for your data.
With the majority of us working from home, did you know that your business may be exposed to the risk of losing track of your information due to inadequate data management systems and processes?
A security model, the CIA Triad helps businesses think about the various facets of their IT security, especially important in the current climate of staff working remotely.
Jason will explore the three sides of the triad, and the measures businesses can put in place to minimise their exposure to data leakage, corruption or loss.
When getting attention is harder than ever in advertising, it’s important that the imagery you use resonates with your audience. Ian will discuss why incorporating feelings in photography is a must for companies and brands, and what companies are currently doing to achieve this.