Gen Z’s media consumption habits have had a drastic shift away from traditional media to online. Are you keeping up?
Young people have always been at the forefront of the burgeoning social movements of their time, but now with new technology being developed every minute – and the trends that come with them – the divide has grown larger.
Join vetr Community Advisor Phill Bevan in a Q&A session this Digital Learning Day with Year13 Co-founder & YouthSense CEO Will Stubley exploring an understanding of how young people (aged 15-24) are now consuming media across a variety of platforms, what they're looking for in terms of careers & how these insights can assist you to break through the noise to communicate & engage effectively with Gen Z.
Date: Thursday 27 February 2020
Time: 10.30am AEDT (Melbourne)
Duration: 45 minutes
Investment: $55.00 inc GST.
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What we'll cover
Gen Zs online & offline media consumption habits
How young people are spending their time online
2020 Youth engagement trends
#1 thing Gen Z want from their future careers
Key tips for engaging today's youth in meaningful ways
Overview of the 2020 Youth Engagement Summit
Will Stubley - Co-Founder, Year13 & CEO YouthSense
Will’s whole life has been about building things, from Lego blocks to carpentry to engineering, and things haven’t changed. Will’s the man behind the machinery. He’s the type of guy that looks at data, understands it, creates a funky info-graph and then explains it to you in a way that leaves you thinking “ahhh that makes sense!”
Co-Founder of Year13, Australia's largest digital platform for high school leavers, Will Stubley is passionate about industry's role in the transition period from high-school. Utilising his engineering background, Will is responsible for client infrastructures, digital product development and strategy. In 2016 he directed the development of a strategy for the Australian Government's Department of Employment regarding effective communication with young people. He regularly speaks at events about youth employment issues, and in 2017 released the research paper 'After the ATAR: Understanding how Gen Z transition into further education and employment'.
Will is the project lead in the Australian Governments Real Skills for Real Careers initiative focused on helping raise the profile of Vocational Education and Training. He is a CEO and key driver of YouthSense - a free insights community sponsored by Year13 dedicated to Youth Engagement.
Phill Bevan - Community Advisor, vetr
As an experienced advisor, Phill offers a wealth of practical understanding, knowledge and expertise across key business operating requirements. With real world application of all aspects of business, including strategic & business planning, marketing & development, technology implementation, risk management and WHS, Phill has demonstrated success in senior management roles across a range of business types and projects. As a qualified auditor, Phill has leveraged these skills in numerous enterprises to support issue identification and robust business improvement projects.
Phill has held numerous directorships in corporate enterprises and not-for-profit organisations, and professional recognitions including as a Fellow of the Australian Human Resources Institute and Certified Management Consultant with Exemplar Global. As a HRM, systems and technologies professional, Phill has extensive experience in a diverse range of industry areas in start-up, high growth and established companies across the small business, corporate and not-for-profit sectors. Having established, grown and successfully exited a number of businesses, including a national BRW Fast 100 start-up, in recent years Phill has consulted on numerous national projects with well-known brands and ASX Top 100 companies, as well as providing support for local small business operators in all aspects of managing and growing their businesses.
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