In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, IT leaders play a uniquely pivotal role in driving environmental responsibility while fostering innovation. Grappling with challenges including managing energy consumption and carbon emissions, effectively handling electronic waste, and ensuring supply chain sustainability- the role of IT leaders in an organisations sustainability strategy cannot be understated.

Over a 3-course lunch, we will cover a diverse range of strategies for minimising environmental impact and maximising efficiency led by sustainable business expert, Arron Wood AM (Clean Energy Council, ex-Deputy Lord Mayor of Melbourne). Join us to explore:

  • current market trends, adoption strategies and incoming policy changes surrounding sustainability in Australian organisations 
  • how to unravel the hidden costs and carbon emissions within your IT ecosystem and make data-driven decisions to reduce costs and environmental impact
  • strategies for implementing sustainable IT business practices to reduce costs and ensure a sustainable supply chain
  • the future impact and what's next for sustainability in IT.

Why should you attend?

  • 50% of CIO's will have performance metrics tied to sustainability of the IT organisation by 2025 (Gartner)
  • 48% of CIO's said progress in sustainability is hindered by a lack of in-house skills
  • 40% of ESG services engagements will require a managed services component to address the intense data needs of sustainable transformation reporting by 2025



Arron Wood AM

Chief Policy and Impact Officer - Clean Energy Council

Sustainable Business Expert

Ex-Deputy Lord Mayor of Melbourne


Lisa Fortey

National Sales Director

Logicalis Australia

Adrian Alatsas

Principal - Consulting Services

Logicalis Australia


Riia Jaakkola

Head of Private Sector

Logicalis Australia






Arrival and Refreshments


Welcome from Logicalis Australia


Overview: The current state of sustainability in Australian organisations, with Arron Wood


How IT leaders can create sustainable business outcomes, with actionable insights from Logicalis Australia and Dell Technologies


Roundtable Discussion


Official Event Ends
Guests welcome to stay and network


Driving sustainable IT solutions for a better future


"Organisations like Logicalis are in a privileged position to address climate change and help make the world a better place.
We recognise the positive impact we can have and our potential can't be understated: we're working hard to make radical, proactive changes that improve our environmental performance and benefit not just us and those in our orbit, but the planet as a whole."

Bob Bailkoski, CEO  - Logicalis


Vue de Monde

Given Vue de Monde’s reputation, a meal at the restaurant comes with expectations nearly as high as its lofty location. Luckily, it hits the mark with some of the best dining in the country. Located 55 floors up, on what was the observation deck of the Rialto, the restaurant’s third home boasts an impressive 360-degree view of the city, spanning from the Docklands to the Dandenongs. Executive chef Hugh Allen has steered Vue away from its European-leaning beginnings towards an offering more informed by native Australian ingredients and techniques.

Read more about Vue de Monde here.


At Logicalis, we harness our collective technology expertise to help our clients build a blueprint for success, so they can deliver sustainable outcomes that matter.

Our lifecycle services across cloud, connectivity, collaboration and security are designed to help optimise operations, reduce risk and empower employees.

As a global technology service provider, we deliver next-generation digital managed services, to provide our clients with real-time visibility and actionable insights across the performance of their digital ecosystem including; availability, user experience, security, economic performance and sustainability.

Our 7000 Architects of Change are based in 30 territories around the globe, helping our 10,000+ clients across a range of industry sectors, create sustainable outcomes through technology.