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Alone we can do so little.
Together we can do so much. 

Helen Keller


The Capital Network launches an Australia-first event

As we prepare for one of the largest transfers of wealth in history, from baby boomers to millennials and Gen Z, it is vital to understand the changing dynamics of the finance industry and emerging importance of ethical investments. We believe there is an unaddressed need in this space so we have created MarketLit. 


MarketLit is an Australia-first event celebrating this evolution, enabling you to plug into the individuals and issues of the future. Learn how you can be part of the journey of mobilising capital for good and empowering our community with the knowledge to connect and contribute to a better world.


In addition to being Australia's first millennial, Gen Z and financial influencers event, we have asked all participating ASX-listed companies to outline how they are addressing ESG in their 5-minute presentations as we believe sustainability is no longer a niche consideration. 


We believe ESG is the future of business, innovation and investing and it is our responsibility to share these values with the broader community. Our socially conscious community has put its ethical expectations on companies and businesses are on notice. Change is coming and MarketLit is here to show the way forward.

Inaugural MarketLit Event 
Friday 2 July 2021
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MarketLit: Investing today, for tomorrow

Celebrating diverse speakers & presenters

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Generating national press coverage

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Conference Agenda


The Capital Network Pty Ltd (‘TCN’) provides viewers of The Capital Network's content with access to information and educational content from financial services professionals and companies (‘Contributors’). Any advice given by Contributors is general in nature and does not take into consideration your objectives, financial situation or needs. TCN cannot guarantee that statements made by Contributors are reliable, accurate or complete and Contributors may have direct holdings in the companies or investments they discuss. Before making any investment decision, you should seek independent advice which takes into account your specific circumstances. You should also be aware that, while TCN has commercial relationships with some Contributors, no Contributor was offered or received funds for their participation in MarketLit and the event is a not-for-profit exercise striving to improve diversity, inclusion and financial literacy and empowerment in Australia's financial services industry.