Joining Zoom Webinar

The MBA Industry will also be hosted through Zoom. We recommend using a computer or laptop to stream the webinar. If it is your first time using Zoom on your computer, you will need to download a small application file when you join. So please join five (5) minutes beforehand to download the application file.

If you are joining through a mobile device, please install the Zoom Cloud meetings app before the event.  The app is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play.

To access the webinar on your mobile device, please follow the below steps:

Step 1: Click 'JOIN WEBINAR’ link below.
Step 2: Enter your full name and email.
Step 3: If prompted, enter in the 'meeting ID' and password found below.

If you are joining from a PC, please follow the below steps:

Step 1: Click the zoom link below.
Step 2: Enter your email and full name.
Step 3: Click ‘Join Webinar’ (users might be prompted to enter meeting id and password)

If you are accessing your orientation from China, please do not click ‘sign up’ if prompted.

The webinar starts at 5.30pm (AEDT) Monday 20th February, and can be accessed through the Swoogo registration site or you can save your Zoom Registration calendar to your preferred provider.. Be sure to join at least five minutes before it starts to allow plenty of time to connect. Alternatively, you can join the webinar via the below link:

If prompted, enter meeting ID: 836 0106 2946 & Password: 263 194

Contact us on the day (Webinar issues)
If you are experiencing any technical issues during the webinar, please call our hotline number: +61 2 9266 1300 and we will guide you through the process. 

The MBA Industry Conference is an opportunity for MBA students, BAL postgraduate students, Faculty members, Leadership in the Illawarra Program, and our industry partners to gather to discuss issues of importance to modern business.

This year we are excited to have two panel sessions. First, Bryony Binns (Price Waterhouse Cooper), Jonathan Hamberger (ex-Fair Work Commission) and Arthur Rorris (South Coast Labour Council) will address issues in the labour market such as labour shortages and looming industrial relations reforms.

Second, Ken Kencevski (Devika), Ann Rogerson (BAL) and guests will tackle artificial intelligence issues such as the emergence and impact of ChatGPT on business and the education sector.

Please join us for these interactive sessions and contribute to the discussion.

When: Monday 20th February

Time: 5.30pm – 8pm

Delivery: Online

We look forward to seeing you all and if you have any questions, please email