Beyond
the future
of work

What is C-Tomorrow?

An inspirational and immersive event that will boldly challenge your perception of what's possible.

8am – 6:30pm  |  23 July 2019   ICC Sydney

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Event
Overview

The World
we are Creating

Immerse yourself in our fully experiential city of the future, and explore how our lives will be transformed.
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Event
Speakers

Discover new ideas and visions for the future, from some of the best and brightest industry leaders.
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Conference
Agenda

Be informed, inspired and invigorated by a host of exciting C-Tomorrow experiences.
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Citrix Futurion
A city of the future

Futurion is our shared vision of the future – a fully experiential and immersive exhibition space, exploring what the world will be like when AI, machine learning, AR and VR are fully integrated into the workforce. This simulated city will inspire you, and boldly challenge your perception of what’s possible by showcasing a future where every aspect of our lives is redefined - the way we work, learn, travel, shop, create, govern, trade. And you’ll be able to explore the city using the Futurion app, a ‘gamified’ navigation map that will guide you seamlessly through each display. Come explore the Citrix Futurion.

This is
our Future
of Work

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Speakers

Keynote speakers
Christian Reilly

Christian Reilly is vice president and CTO of global product and technology strategy at Citrix. He also serves as an expert to share the Citrix vision with customers, partners and Citrix global teams. Working to better understand the evolving markets in which Citrix competes, his team delivers strategic counsel into the business to influence future product direction.

Keynote speakers
PJ Hough

PJ Hough is executive vice president and Chief Product Officer for Citrix and is responsible for providing direction for the company’s current and future product strategy and driving product alignment and innovation.

Keynote speakers
Miranda Kovacic

Leader of large scale and complex digital transformations. Optimising infrastructure, service and support to uplift the customer experience. She cares about the employee experience because it improves engagement and productivity, and this meansmore engaged employees who have more time to look after the customers better!

Keynote speakers
Leticia Jennings

Leticia is responsible for all new IoT opportunities and the development of Vodafone customer’s global expansion utilising the Vodafone Global Platform. Working across a range of verticals, Australian industries currently taking advantage of this global expertise include: utilities, automotive, track & trace, health, security, remote monitoring and retail.

Keynote speakers
Christian Reilly

Christian Reilly is vice president and CTO of global product and technology strategy at Citrix. He also serves as an expert to share the Citrix vision with customers, partners and Citrix global teams. Working to better understand the evolving markets in which Citrix competes, his team delivers strategic counsel into the business to influence future product direction.

Keynote speakers
PJ Hough

PJ Hough is executive vice president and Chief Product Officer for Citrix and is responsible for providing direction for the company’s current and future product strategy and driving product alignment and innovation.

Keynote speakers
Miranda Kovacic

Leader of large scale and complex digital transformations. Optimising infrastructure, service and support to uplift the customer experience. She cares about the employee experience because it improves engagement and productivity, and this meansmore engaged employees who have more time to look after the customers better!

Keynote speakers
Leticia Jennings

Leticia is responsible for all new IoT opportunities and the development of Vodafone customer’s global expansion utilising the Vodafone Global Platform. Working across a range of verticals, Australian industries currently taking advantage of this global expertise include: utilities, automotive, track & trace, health, security, remote monitoring and retail.

Conference
Agenda

8.15am – 9.00am Registration
9.00am - 9.10am Welcome (Erin Butler, AVP Australia & New Zealand, Citrix)
9.10am - 9.40am Ten for '20 - Top Ten Tech Trends for 2020 (Christian Reilly - CTO, Citrix)
9.40am - 10.10am Putting Employees First (Miranda Kovacic - Head of Employee Experience, ANZ Bank)
10.10am - 10.40am Powering the Future of Work (PJ Hough - CPO, Citrix)
10.40am - 10.45am Closing
10.45am - 11.15am Morning Tea
Future of Work Application Experience Employee Experience
11.20am - 12.00pm
12.00pm - 1.30pm Lunch
1.30pm - 2.10pm
2.15pm - 2.55pm
2.55pm - 3.20pm Afternoon Tea
3.20pm - 4.00pm
4.05pm - 4.45pm
4.50pm - 5.30pm
5.30pm - 6.30pm Networking Drinks

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FAQ

01. When will the event be held?

The event will take place on 23 July 2019 at International Convention Centre. It is a one day event.

02. Do I have to pay for the tickets?

The event is free of charge. However, Citrix reserves the right to deny registration to any individual, attending group or entity for any reason, at the company’s sole discretion, including for past or present failure to meet code-of-business-conduct.pdf (including, but not limited to, engaging in violent, illegal, threatening or discriminatory conduct).

03. Do I need to wear my badge throughout the entire conference?

Yes, please wear your conference badge to all functions, sessions and meetings so that you can be readily be identified as an attendee of C-tomorrow event.

04. Is Parking provided?

We do not provide complimentary parking and recommend the use of public transport to get to the venue. Should you decide to drive, ICC Sydney has two car park facilities located within the Exhibition Centre and ICC Sydney Theatre, comprising a total of 826 car spaces. Additionally, there are secure car parks located in and around Darling Harbour, including Wilson Harbourside Car Park and Wilson Darling Square Car Park.

05. What is the recommended attire for C-tomorrow attendees?

The attire for the entire event is business casual. Please keep in mind the convention centre is fully air conditioned and may be cool at times.

06. Will internet access be available?

Yes, there will be Wi-Fi access available at the event.

01. When will the event be held?

The event will take place on 23 July 2019 at International Convention Centre. It is a one day event.

02. Do I have to pay for the tickets?

The event is free of charge. However, Citrix reserves the right to deny registration to any individual, attending group or entity for any reason, at the company’s sole discretion, including for past or present failure to meet code-of-business-conduct.pdf (including, but not limited to, engaging in violent, illegal, threatening or discriminatory conduct).

03. Do I need to wear my badge throughout the entire conference?

Yes, please wear your conference badge to all functions, sessions and meetings so that you can be readily be identified as an attendee of C-tomorrow event.

04. Is Parking provided?

We do not provide complimentary parking and recommend the use of public transport to get to the venue. Should you decide to drive, ICC Sydney has two car park facilities located within the Exhibition Centre and ICC Sydney Theatre, comprising a total of 826 car spaces. Additionally, there are secure car parks located in and around Darling Harbour, including Wilson Harbourside Car Park and Wilson Darling Square Car Park.

05. What is the recommended attire for C-tomorrow attendees?

The attire for the entire event is business casual. Please keep in mind the convention centre is fully air conditioned and may be cool at times.

06. Will internet access be available?

Yes, there will be Wi-Fi access available at the event.

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ICC SYDNEY
14 Darling Drive,
Sydney, NSW 2000