ECLEVA’s Martin Halmarick to speak at Business Process Conference
Martin Halmarick, ECLEVA’s Managing Partner, will be speaking at the 4th Annual Business Improvement in Universities Conference happening on June 28 – 29, at CQ Functions Melbourne.
Martin will be discussing the following key points:
- The importance of developing stronger partnerships between universities and the commercial sectors, especially with the recent budget cuts in the higher education sector.
- Challenges that universities are currently facing in establishing educational funding solutions
- Recommendations on creating a better commercial engagement model
Before ECLEVA, Martin was the Senior Partner and Managing Director of S1 Consulting, a consultancy firm that’s focused on creating technology solutions for the research and education sectors. In 2016, S! Consulting and PnP Solutions merged to form ECLEVA.
The Business Process Conference is a two-day event that will tackle different business solutions that universities can use to optimise resources, measure return of investments, improve commercial engagement, and more.
The key speakers of this event are Professor Peter Rathjen, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Tasmania; Andrew Walters, Vice-President Finance & Operations of the UNSW Sydney; Marilyn Thompson, Associate Provost, Human Resources of the University of Waterloo Canada; and Ian Ford, Vice-President Finance & Chief Financial Officer of Victoria University.
Aside from meeting leaders in the education sector, participants can also take part in three workshops on strategic planning to frontline service, managing the business improvement in universities, and how to successfully apply changes in your university.
Criterion Conferences, the organizer of this event, has also worked with corporate partners to help universities find sponsorship opportunities and meet their sales or marketing objectives.
Senior executives, directors and managers who are handling the business operations, finance, human resources, and IT services of universities are all welcome to attend this conference.