2018 Wrap Up .
Check out all the action from the 2018 conference - see you in 2019!
Australia, we've got this!
Changing the Ratio ...
Changing the Ratio is a bold new initiative to continue B&T’s mission of making equality and inclusion the norm in Australia’s communications industry and beyond.
Completely Australian born and bred, this event is about bringing the extraordinary creative problem solving capability of this great nation to bear on a problem we should be looking to fix right now. Held on 28th May 2018 in Sydney, Changing the ratio will bring together spectacular speakers and industry panel discussions, to allow attendees to walk away with practical tools, case studies and things to do right now that they can take back to their own organisation to drive diversity and inclusion.
Feature Speakers .
Check out the fabulous line up of speakers bringing you practical tools, case studies and things to do right now to drive diversity.
Plan your day
With a range of keynotes, industry panel discussions and short stories, plus plenty of opportunities to network.
Be a part of the movement
Ticket Options .
Purchase your tickets today - limited capacity.
- Includes access to all sessions
- Meals and drinks included
- Network with attendees and speakers
- Available until 28th April 2018
- Includes all benefits of early bird ticket
- Available from 29th April 2018
Bring the team
- Buy 5 or more tickets and receive $50 off each ticket
- Reward future leaders within your business
Latest Blog Posts .
Industry news and campaigns that promote diversity and inclusion.
It’s been just 24 hours since B&T and Seventh Street Media launched its podcast mini-series on media agency CEOs, and
Relatively new-to-Australia creative agency 72andSunny has unveiled an unbiased report it has devised as a temperature of modern Australia, and
Struggling to get any customer recall from your ads? Well, if the recent “Yes” vote proved anything (successful marriage equality aside) then there’s
Advisory Committee .
Thanks to our advisory committee members for your thought and leadership in championing diversity and inclusion in our industry.
Alexandra Sloane – Facebook
Anthony Xydis – Australian Radio Network
Charmaine Moldrich – Outdoor Media Association
Chris Howatson – CHE Proximity
Clare Cahill – Adobe
Emily Perrett – Clemenger
Fleur Marks – WPPAUNZ
Francoise Gelbard – Smart Video Australia
Jasmine Lansdell – The Works Sydney
Jen Speirs – BMF
John Diaz & Sarah Williams – oOh!media
Karen Halligan – KPMG
Kim Portrate – ThinkTV
Kirsty Muddle – Cummins&Partners
Lorraine Jokovic – LOUD
Lucy Billington – M&C Saatchi
Miki Clarke – Wavemaker
Mitch Hunter – PHD
Nicole McInnes – OVO
Rachael Townsley – Quantcast
Sarah Tucker – Multi Channel Network
Tarla Rose – Women’s Agenda