Remix Sydney Summit 2017

Image of Burning Man. Photo: Scott London.

You’re invited to join 2,000 global thought-leaders at the REMIX Sydney Summit – the biggest global conference for the creative industries to explore the intersection of culture, technology and entrepreneurship.

The REMIX Sydney Summit program includes inspirational talks, debates and panel discussions from cultural leaders, corporate directors, technologists and entrepreneurs, all addressing the big issues facing the cultural sector.

Marian Goodell, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Burning Man will speak in Australia for the first time at REMIX Sydney. Marian will be joined by other keynote speakers including Kylie Watson, Managing Director of Disney (Australia &New Zealand), Daniel Houghton, Global CEO of Lonely Planet, Zareh Nalbandian, CEO of Animal Logic (Lego Movie, Harry Potter, Great Gatsby), Katy Clark, CEO of the Brooklyn Academy of Music and NASA’s Visual Strategist, Dan Goods. Other speakers include Russel Howcroft, Chief Creative Officer, Price Waterhouse Cooper, Chair of Australian Film, Television Radio School and a regular contributor to the ABC’s Gruen Show.

Keynote speakers will be joined onstage by 100+ creative visionaries including Airbnb, Adobe, National Geographic, ARIA, the Royal Shakespeare Company, National Gallery of Victoria, Historic Royal Palaces (Tower of London, Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace), Sydney Opera House, Audible (Amazon), Samsung, WOMADelaide, Atlassian, The Guardian and the National Theatre (UK).

REMIX is presented in partnership with Create NSW, Google, Bloomberg, VICE and Time Out. Summit receptions take place at the QT Sydney and Powerhouse Museum which are included in the delegate ticket.

Create NSW eNews subscribers can save 25% off the registration fee by using the code ‘create25‘ (case sensitive) at the checkout.

 To purchase tickets and find out more about the REMIX Sydney Summit 2017 program click here.

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Published: 15 November 2017