In the Visiting entrepreneur program launch event Robyn Denholm will virtually sit down with Holly Ransom to discuss technology's role in sustainable energy and how we'll look to new technologies during this period of rebuilding.
Robyn has an extensive background in the auto and tech industries from senior executive roles at Toyota Motor Corporation and Telstra in Australia to Sun Microsystems and Juniper Networks in America. She is widely credited with leading a team that drove significant increases in Juniper’s revenues, overseeing its corporate transformation during her nine-year tenure as Chief Financial and Operations Officer.
Tesla’s fundamental focus is accelerating the world’s transition to sustainable energy which in turn will enable emissions reduction across an entire ecosystem. For Robyn, setting moonshot like goals go hand in hand with moving the whole industry forward.
This is a free event but you must register for tickets to receive the livestream link.
About the Visiting Entrepreneur Program
This event is part of the Visiting entrepreneur program, produced by the City of Sydney. The June 2020 program will focus on the intersection of technology, environmental sustainability, and the green economy featuring three high-profile international entrepreneurs Robyn Denholm, Board Chair, Tesla; Danny Kennedy, CEO, New Energy Nexus; and Shama Sukul Lee, Founder & CEO, Sunfed. For details on other events visit city.sydney/vep
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Going green: the new economy Danny Kennedy, CEO, New Energy Nexus Wednesday 17 June 9am to 10am Sydney time Book now
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The hardware code: Deciphering for success Shama Sukul Lee, Founder & CEO, Sunfed Wednesday 24 June 12.30pm to 1.30pm Book now