Leadership Breakfast:
In Conversation with Alan Joyce, Qantas Group CEO

Exclusive Breakfast at the Sofitel London St James

On 24 March 2018, Qantas Airways will launch an historic milestone – the first non-stop flight from Australia to the United Kingdom with their 787 Dreamliner fleet. This landmark flight marks a huge leap forward in the links between the two countries, transforming what started in the 1930s as a two-week journey to 17 hours, and is also the first stage in a revolutionary project by Qantas to deliver regular direct services between the UK and Europe with the east coast of Australia.

This milestone comes at a critical time when the UK and Australia are re-defining their political, business and economic relationships in a post-Brexit era. Join us for an intimate conversation with Alan, over breakfast at the magnificent Sofitel London St James, about the importance of leadership and vision in a time of change and transformation for both Qantas and the Australian-UK relationship.

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Tickets

Australia-UK Chamber Member Ticket Prices: 
Early Bird Australia-UK Chamber Members: £40
Australia-UK Chamber Members: £45

Per table (10 guests): £405
Per half table (5 guests): £180

Non-Member Release Ticket Prices:
Early Bird Non-Members: £65
Non-Members & Guests: £70

Per table (10 guests): £630
Per half table (5 guests): £280

Individual tickets are available for purchase via Eventbrite and the ‘Ticket’ box below.

For full tables and half tables please RSVP directly via email at kylie@australiachamber.co.uk.

 


 

Alan Joyce AC, CEO, Qantas Group

Alan Joyce has been Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of the Qantas Group since November 2008. In his time as CEO, he has overseen the biggest transformation of Qantas since it was privatised in 1995, including the turnaround and renewed growth of Qantas International, the expansion of Qantas and Jetstar throughout Asia, the diversification of the Qantas Loyalty business with new ventures, the renewal of the Group’s fleet with more than 150 new aircraft, and ongoing investment in lounges, technology and training.

This transformation drove Qantas to the best financial performance in its 96-year history, together with record customer satisfaction and employee engagement.

Mr Joyce previously served as founding CEO of Jetstar for five years from October 2003, establishing its operations in Australia and Asia. Prior to his appointment at Jetstar, he spent over 15 years in key positions at Qantas, Ansett and Aer Lingus.

 

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