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Rebekah Campbell
Exclusively Represented by Claxton Speakers International

A serial entrepreneur, Rebekah Campbell's first company, Scorpio Music, developed the careers of some of Australia's biggest stars: Evermore, Alex Lloyd, Katie Noonan, Matt Corby and Lisa Mitchell. During the digitisation of the music industry, Rebekah collaborated with Warner Music to pioneer new business models that revolutionised the relationship between record company and artist and in 2010, Rebekah launched a technology platform that enabled music fans to earn income by promoting concerts online. The business grossed over $2 million in sales in the first 18 months and later sold to Future Music.

Rebekah's current mission is to transform the way we shop. She is co-founder and co-CEO of Posse, Beat the Q and E-Coffee card, mobile apps that are used by more than half a million consumers and 60,000 merchants. These apps enable customers to discover and build relationships with storeowners, order and pay via their mobile phones and gain loyalty instantly. Rebekah recently announced the company's development of iBeacon technology, facilitating waiterless table service in pubs and quick service restaurants.

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Dr Charles Teo AM

Celebrated Sydney surgeon Dr Charles Teo attracts patients from all over the world because of his radical approach to brain cancer.

Charismatic and controversial, the 46-year-old doctor launched his Cure for Life Foundation in 2003, with an ambition to raise $1 million in the first year and millions more in future.

His long-term goal is to find a genetic molecular explanation - and cure - for brain tumours. Already he has set up a tumour bank, with the aim of growing cells, looking at how to modify the genes in those cells and ways to develop agents to kill them. Although evidence is mixed, he believes electromagnetic radiation is probably a factor in the development of brain cancer.

Meanwhile, Teo, director of the Centre for Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery at Prince of Wales, has a growing international reputation for doing radical surgery on tumours that other neurosurgeons consider inoperable. Patients come to him from all over Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Britain, South-East Asia and many other countries.

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Catherine McGregor AM
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In 2012, McGregor was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia in the Military Division for "exceptional service to the Australian Army as the Director of the Land Warfare Studies Centre".

As of November 2013 she was the highest ranking transgender individual in the Army, and the speechwriter and strategic adviser for Chief of Army, Lieutenant General David Morrison AO.

McGregor transferred to the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) on 20 June 2014 to work on projects for the Chief of Air Force.

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