Innovation for a Stronger Community

Sheraton on the Park, Sydney
August 18 – 19, 2016

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Featured Speakers

Lucy Turnbull AO

Chief Commissioner, Greater Sydney Commission
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John Brogden AM

MD & CEO, Australian Institute Company Directors
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Tim Costello AO

 
CEO, World Vision
 
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Special accommodation rates available at Sheraton on the Park (10% discount from best rate) and The Great Southern Hotel ($120/night) when quoting the discount code you will receive upon registration.

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When: August 18 – 19 2016
Where: Sydney

Who should attend:
Leaders and senior executives in the NFP sector, including associations, charities, NGO’s, philanthropists, member based organisations etc.
Suppliers and service providers to NFPs
Corporates committed to social responsibility
Government officials
Academic scholars
Individuals who are passionate about innovation and the NFP sector

Why should you participate?
Gain insight into best-practices for navigating through the digital era we operate in.
Learn how to embrace change and adapt to innovation
Hear from Australia’s leading executives from industry, government and academia
Network with like-minded people, forming valuable and long-lasting relationships.

Our Five Key Focus Points

Governance

 


Disruptive Innovation

 


Impact Investment

 


Corporate Social Responsibility

 

Social Entrepreneurship

 

If you’re interested in partnering with Third Sector Expo, please use the bottom tab on the left-hand side to get in touch with us.

Diamond partner
At EY, we are committed to building a better working world – with increased trust and confidence in business, sustainable growth, development of talent in all its forms, and greater collaboration. We want to build a better working world through our own actions and by engaging with like-minded organisations and individuals. This is our purpose – and why we exist as an organisation. Running through our organisation is a strong sense of obligation to serve a number of different stakeholders who count on us to deliver quality and excellence in everything we do. We want to use our global reach and scale to convene the conversation about the challenges facing economies and the capital markets. When business works better, the world works better.
Banking partner
As Australia’s first bank, and Australia’s oldest company, we know that we can only be successful over time if our customers and communities are successful. We’re proud to help community organisations by supporting the Third Sector Expo on this year’s theme “Innovation for a Stronger Community”. We recognise the vital importance of the innovative and impactful communities and not-for-profit organisations to improving the lives of all Australians. Our own approach to supporting our communities is shaped around creating social impact – where we can best make a difference. We have a dedicated team of Social Sector Specialists. We have developed a suite of tailored products enabling our not-for-profit customers a better direct time and money towards delivering on their mission.
Gold Partner
The Australian Institute of Company Directors is committed to excellence in governance. We make a positive impact on society and the economy through governance education, director development and advocacy. Our membership of more than 38,000 includes directors and senior leaders from business, government and the not-for-profit sectors.
Legal partner
Prolegis Lawyers is a specialist legal firm advising exclusively in relation to the Charities, Not-for-Profit and Philanthropy sector. The firm was established in 2001 by Anne Robinson, and is now the largest group of lawyers in any law firm in Australia that specialises exclusively in this area of law.
We advise on all the law applicable to charities and other not-for-profits, including:

  • Structures: establishment and restructuring
  • Governance
  • Tax and duties
  • Charitable fundraising, promotions and advertising
  • Mergers, collaborations and strategic alliances
  • People and workplace issues
  • Charitable trusts
  • Disputes
  • Brand and reputation protection
Cocktail reception partner
Air New Zealand is one of the world’s leading airlines, known around the world, not just for our name and our innovation but also for our reputation. Each year we make sure our passengers who fly to, from and within New Zealand enjoy our uniquely Kiwi way of doing things.
Cocktail reception partner
New Zealand is the ultimate destination to truly inspire your members at your next conference. Boasting world-class facilities, spectacular landscapes, friendly people and unmatched experiences to motivate and invigorate.
Go beyond convention; enquire how Tourism New Zealand can assist with your next conference in New Zealand through the Conference Assistance Programme.
Coffee barista partner
AGSM (The Australian Graduate School of Management) is the part of UNSW Business School in Sydney that offers global top tier general management, executive and leadership development programs. AGSM’s top-tier MBA degrees and Executive Education Short Courses are delivered across Australia, in Hong Kong and online. AGSM’s personally transforming MBA and EMBA programs are consistently ranked in the top 100 globally.At AGSM, we believe in helping great people achieve great things. As Australia’s leading graduate school of management, AGSM @ UNSW Business School attracts the Visioneers – those who aren’t afraid to dream big, think imaginatively and put ideas into action.
If you’re interested in exhibiting at Third Sector Expo, please use the bottom tab on the left-hand side to get in touch with us.

Air New Zealand is one of the world’s leading airlines, known around the world, not just for our name and our innovation but also for our reputation. Each year we make sure our passengers who fly to, from and within New Zealand enjoy our uniquely Kiwi way of doing things.
Aon are the approved insurance partner for key NFP associations; Volunteering Australia, NCOSS, QCOSS and CTO and have serviced NFP organisations, charities, community groups and associations for over 30 years.
What do Aon offer?

  • The Insurance Puzzle Solver – a new, simple and interactive online tool to help you identify, understand and apply for only the insurance you need.
  • A dedicated NFP team to answer your insurance queries and provide help with a claim.
  • Content pieces on key NFP insurance risks and their relevant insurance covers.

Speak to our NFP team today.

Established in 1995, CBB (Community Business Bureau Inc.) is a national social enterprise committed to helping Not for Profits achieve their social objectives. We do this by providing personalised, professional and cost-effective services focused on enhancing the sustainability of the Australian Not for Profit sector. Those services are strategic consulting, financial services, human resources, marketing and salary packaging.
We channel surplus profits back into the sector through our Community Development Program, which includes grants, scholarships and corporate social responsibility initiatives.

Connecting Up is a not-for-profit organisation that works to unleash the power of not-for-profits in Australia and New Zealand. We help develop relationships with business, community and government sectors, and provide a variety of information, products, resources and programs for capacity development.

At the Centre for Social Impact we believe in a stronger society for all. Our mission is to improve the delivery of beneficial social impact in Australia through research, teaching, measurement and the promotion of public debate.

The Centre for Social Impact is a collaboration of three universities: UNSW Australia, Swinburne University of Technology and The University of Western Australia.

You want to know whether you are making a difference? Right!
If you are a NFP service provider, for-purpose social enterprise or entrepreneur, government funder, philanthropist, social impact investor or advisor – you want to know whether your work, effort and investment makes a difference to the lives of people and communities.

But it’s too hard to measure? Wrong!
CSnet is Australian web-based client information system used as a backbone to measure outcomes and support good human services practice through individual case management, group work, and community development activities. CSnet is used across a broad range of NFPs to collect and share client data in real time in any location. CSnet is fully mobile and supports client-centred practice. CSnet is flexible, new generation software that measures change achieved through the collective effort of clients, communities, government, social investors, business and innovative human services.

Join CSnet in measuring what matters
CSnet is a certified Benefit Corporation – a new kind of company in business for good. We measure our own impact and are collaborators supporting the development of an eco-system of new technology and shared knowledge about client and social outcomes measurement for an innovative third sector. Be the change you want to see and join us in measuring what matters.

Diamond partner
At EY, we are committed to building a better working world – with increased trust and confidence in business, sustainable growth, development of talent in all its forms, and greater collaboration. We want to build a better working world through our own actions and by engaging with like-minded organisations and individuals. This is our purpose – and why we exist as an organisation. Running through our organisation is a strong sense of obligation to serve a number of different stakeholders who count on us to deliver quality and excellence in everything we do. We want to use our global reach and scale to convene the conversation about the challenges facing economies and the capital markets. When business works better, the world works better.
Fifty Acres was established in 2010. We work with government agencies, national organisations, Not-For-Profits and corporates providing strategic communications, media training, government, marketing and public relations services. The Agency has become a market leader in strategic communications and represents some of Australia’s premier brands and Not-For-Profits – spending 10% of our time on pro-bono projects. Invited to be a Telework partner of the Australian Federal Government, we were celebration supporters of the Canberra Centenary in 2013 and strategic partners of the Walkley Foundation and Pro-Bono Australia.
Good2Give is a not-for-profit organisation that makes it easy for businesses and donors to give. Committed to building a more giving society, Good2Give advises businesses on how to engage with charitable organisations and provide technology solutions to efficiently and securely process company and employee donations. Good2Give is half way towards their target of delivering $300 million to charitable communities across Australia and New Zealand by 2020.
Redback Conferencing is an Australian company that dramatically improves the way organisations meet, present and collaborate at a distance. They deploy the latest Webinar, Webcasting, Teleconferencing, Web Conferencing and Cloud Video Conferencing technologies to thousands of Australian organisations all while delivering an unmatched level of support, ease of use and peace of mind. Redback is a supplier of choice because we provide conferencing services that are simple, secure and cost effective.
New Zealand is the ultimate destination to truly inspire your members at your next conference. Boasting world-class facilities, spectacular landscapes, friendly people and unmatched experiences to motivate and invigorate.
Go beyond convention; enquire how Tourism New Zealand can assist with your next conference in New Zealand through the Conference Assistance Programme.

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