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Human-to-human engagement… all in a day’s work

Best Case Scenario’s Director, Luli Adeyemo is humbled by speakers, blown away by presentation visuals and bringing a focus on challenges facing the metropolitan population of NSW

I have a genuine interest in all of my client’s industries and this is where I learn about trends, opportunities and synergies emerging between different sectors, in particular technology, government and health.  One of the perks of my job is being able to attend our client’s sessions and speak with delegates and speakers.

Yesterday, I was brought to tears by Biomedical engineer Jordan Nguyan, who spoke at a conference Best Case Scenario managed – Private Healthcare Australia Conference.  I was humbled by his mission in life is to improve the lives of as many people as possible and to be a driving force behind positive human and technological evolution into the future.  There were other great sessions also such as ‘Disruption of private health from the inside – will this save the sector?’ and ‘Patient’s and their medical records – much more than just accessing their data’.

November has been a busy month for the team at Best Case Scenario, kicking off with our own event AI-In-Medicine (AIMed) early November. Yesterday, November 28th was an epic day for the BCS team in terms of event management – between them they ran four events on this day.  A briefing on behalf of AIIA NSW Healthcare Briefing- Local Health Districts, as mentioned above a conference showcasing the best of the Australian Private Healthcare industry, managing Microsoft’s sponsorship engagement at LGIT 2019 Conference and Exhibition that attracted representatives of local government, state government agencies and business corporations and also in Canberra, Microsoft’s excitement days targeted at their clients.

We are truly blessed to be part of the human to human engagement platforms that are important to the lives of Australians.  We of course welcome in 2020 with a plethora of small briefings, intimate round tables, spectacular summits and engaging conferences in our core sectors – Government, Technology & Health.

Human to human engagement

Human to human engagement is what my team does best, we have capacity to use the experience and knowledge we have gained for new projects. Please email us if you are thinking of ways to engage with your clients.

Highlights  – Team BCS running four events in one day!


The Safe Children Conference 2019

The team and I sat down with this unique request for tender before Christmas, we read through it carefully and decided collectively we wanted to be part of this.

The technology industry is fast paced and busy so it’s easy to live in a bubble, this isn’t a bad thing, it just means it’s easier to overlook what is going on outside of our bubble.

For all those corporate executives who were shocked by the revelations of The Royal Commission’s report into institutional responses to child sexual abuse, where over 8,000 private sessions were held with abuse survivors and 4,000 institutes were reviewed over allegations of sexual abuse, there is a way we the corporate world can contribute and prevent this from happening again.

The BCS team are now working on the Safe Children Conference 2019 hosted by The Child Abuse Prevention Service (CAPS) that educates & provides the tools to implement child safe principles recommended in the report from The Royal Commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse.  We have just finalised the sponsorship packages for the conference and are gearing up to take registrations from agencies and professionals who work with children shortly.

Empowerment, Prevention & Protection

CAPS who host the conference have been running safe children, safe families programs for some time now. Their valuable community work has long reaching consequence for child safety and adult awareness. Their unique programs have significant influence over children’s capacity to understand, absorb and implement protective behaviours information. It’s this proactive approach on educating carers, parents and children to identify early warning signals that will reduce the amount of abuse cases in Australia. CAPs is a not for profit and registered charity, their donations can only go so far.

How can corporates help to protect and prevent?

Part of the reason I took on this project is because I know that large corporates are no longer assessed by their financial performance, social impact and the relationship they have with their community are just as important metrics.  Any organisation can support this from technology, retail, Government to consumer good organisations and more.

“Australian businesses are recognising the intensifying call to action to serve a social purpose, with 84% of Australian survey respondents citing corporate citizenship as important or very important”

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