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Australian Ageing Agenda - Recovery 2020

For Those in Charge of Change

When: Wednesday, August 12, 2020
What Time: 09:00 AM AEST - 11:00 AM AEST
Where: Register FREE today
Your Host : Keryn Curtis
Your Speakers:

  • James Price - Co-Founder, Mirus Australia
  • Kane Draper - Senior Client Partner, Health Generation
  • Greg O'Loan - Regional Vice President, Epicor

About the Webinar

To mark the beginning of the 2020-21 financial year, Australian Ageing Agenda asked CEO’s of aged care organisations about the year ahead. While the coronavirus pandemic is front of all minds, not surprisingly, so is the ongoing struggle of making ends meet, further compounded by no royal commission outcome until 2021

Industry consensus is that the year ahead is going to be very bleak for many providers. But there are always exceptions to the rule, and some providers have experienced growth in an otherwise disruptive year. For those providers RECOVERY has already begun.

Australian Ageing Agenda is proud to announce RECOVERY 2020. We invite you to participate in this inaugural virtual event and discover which numbers matter from the leading organisations working with providers on the frontline.

Register Today!

Meet Your Speakers:

James Price - Co-Founder, Mirus Australia
James is a co-founder of Mirus Australia which has developed solutions to help aged care providers manage government subsidies, accommodation revenue, and their staff using the Mirus Works! workforce management tools. Focusing on markets and solutions James is passionate about putting world class technologies and services into the hands of our clients in Australia and overseas markets and works with the leadership team to innovate and evolve our service offerings Before Mirus Australia, James enjoyed successful careers at PwC Consulting and, the Natwest Group in the UK. When he’s not busy building businesses, James is a proud husband and father of two boys. A self-confessed ‘petrol-head’, James also loves the simple things in life: good books, good company and good wine.

Kane Draper - Senior Client Partner, Health Generation
Over the last 16 years, Kane has been solely responsible for generating sales, managing contracts and driving marketing and client acquisition strategies from a variety of leading aged care, health and community providers. A sales, leadership and mindset coach as well as an successful Author, Kane continues to bring a wealth and knowledge to Health Generation and the Aged Care industry.

Greg O'Loan - Regional Vice President, Epicor
Greg O’Loan brings over 20 years’ of experience in enterprise technology sales, marketing and operations within the Asia Pacific (APAC) region. As regional vice president of Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), O’Loan is responsible for operations including sales, field marketing and channel partnerships. He is instrumental in helping manufacturing, distribution and aged care providers within Australia and New Zealand harness Epicor technologies both on-premises and in the cloud, driving business transformation and growth.

Prior to Epicor, O’Loan was senior director of sales for Nearmap. He has also held management roles with leading technology companies including NetSuite, and Autodesk. In addition to this, O’Loan was joint owner and director of successful eCommerce and social media driven website ShopHouse Pty Ltd, driving significant growth and expansion prior to sale in 2013.

In his spare time, O’Loan likes to spend time with his wife and three children, travel, renovate and explore interesting food.

Meet Your Host:

Keryn Curtis
Keryn Curtis is a communication and engagement specialist, writer and editor with a focus on health, ageing and policy. She was founding editor of Australian Ageing Agenda and a founding member of the EveryAGE Counts campaign targeting ageism in Australia. Previously, Keryn spent a decade in corporate public relations, specialising in education, advocacy and issues management and led the Australian healthcare practice of a large international public relations firm. Keryn is a long term member of the Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG) and co-chair of the AAG NSW Division.

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