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Sharon McCristal and Juan Carlos Ospina Sanchez performing at Creative Innovation 2015 (Ci2015)

Salsa World Champions and Australia’s Got Talent finalists Sharon McCristal and Juan Carlos Ospina Sanchez created a special salsa performance for Ci2015

The Hon Lindsay Tanner MP at Creative Innovation 2015 (Ci2015) – “Institutions for a digital age ”

Former Federal Minister for Finance and Deregulation Lindsay Tanner discusses the economic implications of the ever evolving digital age.

Alison Watkins at Creative Innovation 2015 (Ci2015) – “From Disruption to Growth “

Group Managing Director of Coca-Cola Alison Watkins discusses the vital role disruption plays in the growth of a company

Professor Linda Kristjanson at Creative Innovation 2015 (Ci2015) – “Innovation in Higher Education”

Linda Kristjanson discusses the importance of innovation in the education sector.

Dr Rory Gallagher at Creative Innovation 2015 (Ci2015) – “Behavioural insights and public policy”

In this talk, Rory outlines how the UK government uses behavioural insights to drive innovation and connect with millions of users on a deeper level.

Creative Innovation 2015 Asia Pacific Highlights

Ci2015 featured 40+ global leaders, innovators and thinkers and delivered world class creative ideas and pragmatic solutions.

Dr Iain Gilchrist – “The wickedest problems the world is facing today”

In this interview, Dr McGilchrist talked about how much we need radical changes in the way we view the world, He reiterated that it is important for people to ask what are they doing in their lives and what are their goals.

Andrew & Gaia Grant – “The wickedest problems the world is facing today”

In this interview, Grants talked about how we loose our creativity as we get older, and how important to educate people about creativity since they are young.

Dr Megan Clark – “The wickedest problems the world is facing today”

In this interview, Dr Clark talked about what are the things that is going to impact the society in the future, the scarcity of resources and growing population, and how technologies can help find solution to those

Professor Nadia Rosenthal – “The wickedest problems the world is facing today”

In this interview, Dr Rosenthal talked about the need for changes in the healthcare system and the wonder of regenerative medicine.

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