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Beyond the Summit: Australia 2030

The AFR Summit Series Podcast 

Where have we come from? Where will we go?

To shape a better future, we must learn from our past and act in the present. In this podcast series recorded live across six pivotal AFR industry summits in 2022, Deloitte sits down with influential business and government leaders to unpack what Australia would, could or should look like in 2030.

Join us as we explore the road ahead and what it means for our economy, our climate and our people in this new age of disruption. 

 

Our latest episode features Joana Valente, our Federal Government Consulting Lead Partner, Chief Executive Officer Adam Powick, and Chris Fechner, Chief Executive Officer at the Digital Transformation Agency.

AFR Summit Series

Join us as Australia’s most influential business leaders, disrupters, innovators and policy setters come together to shape a brighter future.

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Listen to all the Beyond the Summit: Australia 2030 episodes and subscribe now to stay up to date with our conversations.


Episode 1: Banking, nature and the $44 trillion question

We know nature has intrinsic value – but what about economic value? Paul Dobson, partner in Deloitte’s Climate and Sustainability practice, sits down with Guy Williams, Deloitte director and Asia Pacific Nature Lead, at the AFR Banking Summit to explore natural capital and how banks can shape a more sustainable economy.

Listen to Episode 1 here.

Episode 2: Government for the people

"Government and democracy is about serving the people, not the other way around." Chris Fechner, CEO of Digital Transformation Agency.

On the latest episode of Beyond the Summit, Joana Valente, our Federal Government Consulting Lead Partner, speaks to our Chief Executive Officer Adam Powick, and Chris Fechner, Chief Executive Officer at the Digital Transformation Agency about the future of government services, how to make them more resilient, connected and equitable and what that means for the people of Australia.

Listen to Episode 2 here.

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