14 - 15 August, 2018 | Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Sydney, Australia

Rocky Scopelliti


Rocky Scopelliti is a world-renowned futurologist. His pioneering research on the confluence of demographic change associated with Millennials, and digital technology, have influenced the way we think about our social, cultural, economic and technological future.

As a media commentator, his unique insights have featured on SKY Business News, The Australian Financial Review, ABC Radio National, The Economist, Forbes and Bloomberg. As an international key note speaker, his presentations have captivated audiences across Asia Pacific, the USA and Europe including Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. As a thoughtleader, over 150 boards and leadership teams, including Fortune 100 corporations, each year seek his advice on strategy.

A distinguished author, his 12-published thought leadership research reports have become internationally recognised for their influence including the World Economic Forum’s Disruptive Innovation in Financial Services Program.

In an executive capacity, he is a member of the Optus Business Leadership team as the Director Industry Management where he leads the vertical market specialist team driving innovation, thought-leadership and digital development.

In a non-executive capacity, he is director on the board of Community First Credit Union.

Educated in Australia and trained in the USA at Sydney and Stanford Universities respectively, he has a Graduate Diploma in Corporate Management and an MBA. He is also a graduate and member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

2:30 PM Evaluating Demographic Disruption and the Impact on Digital Services to Drive Digital Transformation

Millennials are major users of mobiles with 7 out of 8 millennials owning a smartphone and they are using it for payment solutions. They are a large spending population and will account for 54% of the Australian population between now and 2030. This is a market that seeks instant, personalised and seamless customer experiences and businesses are taking note. The boom in contactless payment and digital wallets suggest that Australia is due for growth in digital payments as it has grown 14.2% in 2017.

In this session…

  • Analysing demonstrative key trends and identifying the factors affecting millennials, so that you can grow your business
  • Discussing their motives and drivers to understand future developments
  • Gain insight into their integration of social media, payments and mobile phone use

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Rocky.

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