There's no denying it. Bob Geldof is a rock star and he's led an extraordinary life. But unlike many, he's used his celebrity to stand for something and he's still making it count. The world class speaker will join Business Chicks, Australia’s largest network for women, in May.
Geldof is a mobiliser. 1.5 billion people watched his Live Aid concert in 1985 and he’s since touched tens more millions around the world with his message of social and economic justice. He’s used his celebrity to inspire the public and to influence the powerful – he's a true change maker. His work in Africa has earned him seven Nobel Peace prize nominations and the honour of the Nobel Man of Peace Award.
Geldof has spoken for Business Chicks in Melbourne and Brisbane and at both events the audience hung off his every word, some in tears, all in deep reflection, as he made guests rethink their responsibility in the world.
Geldof is a masterful story teller, who’ll make you realise there's so much more possible and that you're a major part of that.
All event details here - http://ow.ly/jpkPX or businesschicks.com.au/events
Business Chicks is Australia’s largest network for women, with over 28,000 members across Australia. We offer a sophisticated online member platform, publish a quarterly magazine named Latte and run the highest-attended events on the corporate women’s calendar, with up to 1700 guests at each event. Our presence covers Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide and Perth, with previous speakers including Ita Buttrose, Sir Richard Branson, Olivia Newton-John, Dannii Minogue, Sir Bob Geldof and Diane von Furstenberg.