FB Generation

Future Business Generation provides the platform for young people to discuss today’s solutions for tomorrow’s issues.

We are a community of young professionals dedicated to equipping other young people with the skills, tools and resources they require to help shape Australia into the future.

Why we exist

We exist to provide you with everything you need, and to empower you, to become a leader of the future business generation by creating the network for World4.0. FBGen is designed for students and young professionals between the ages of 18 and 28 who are harnessing their skills and resources, and building connections to create the future of the Australian economy.

Our core themes include the future of work, climate change, innovation and technology, resilience, sustainability and ethics.

Becoming an FBGen supporter is entirely free! 

What’s in it for me?

Great question!

This is your opportunity to generate and engage in the conversation around how you – as part of the future business generation – will tackle and thrive in the ever-changing landscape of work and the Australian economy.

Think innovation, sustainable business models,  climate change, fair trade, renewable energy…and that’s just the beginning!

FBGen will offer you

  • Exclusive events with high quality guest speakers;

  • Access to industry connections and leaders;

  • A form of unique education and information that is not available at university or in the workplace;

  • The opportunity to be involved in discussions and decisions affecting your future;

  • Build your network and make new connections – because no-one can create change alone;

  • The opportunity to be profiled by us for the work you are doing;

  • Discounts to partner events

  • + so much more!

Become a member of the FBGen



Download Report Climate Change, Superannuation & Millennials
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Written by Oshadee Siyaguna
Valeria Lopez Portillo - Michelle Davey - Kalista CloutEdited by Yannina Captain

The Future Business Generation is pleased to announce the upcoming release of our report “Climate Change, Superannuation and Millennials” and the “Climate Investing Challenge”.

Our report explores how the $2.6 trillion Australian superannuation industry is considering and managing climate–related financial risks. The study is profoundly within the scope of our mission to represent our millennial audience, given they will retire, post 2030, into a world which will be in the midst of transitioning into a low carbon economy and experiencing physical impacts of climate change.

Our report is also timely, given increasing beneficiary attentiveness to not only the security of their funds but how their funds are invested to support and contribute to a transition to a low carbon economy.

We observed that participant superannuation funds are increasingly prioritising climate change as a legitimate risk to the long-term sustainability of their investment portfolios. Good practice appears to be emerging across the industry. However, we note that integration of climate risks into core risk management systems is still evolving to cope with the complexity of climate change and its implications to investments.

We call for more sophistication in climate risk assessment and management; with specific recommendations across integration of climate risks to investment processes, negative screening, engagement and shareholder resolutions.

In conjunction with the launch of the report we are collaborating with Ernst & Young to hold a “climate investing challenge” to encourage and invoke the financial creativity of university students to think broadly and analytically on the impacts of climate-related risks to long-term investments. This will be followed by a panel event with leading industry practitioners, largely aimed at a practitioner audience.

The report launch and events are expected to be held in October 2018.

For further information, contact Oshadee Siyaguna Oshadee.siyaguna@stage.fbc.republicofeveryone.com or Michelle Davey michelle.davey@stage.fbc.republicofeveryone.com

Do you want to be a leader of the future business generation?

If you want to take your involvement one step further than a supporter, get in touch with us to really drive change and nominate yourself as a volunteer or even as a committee member. Email us at fbgen@stage.fbc.republicofeveryone.com.au for more information

<b>Shadé Zahrai</b>
Shadé ZahraiFBGen CEO

“I’m so excited for FBGen. It’s not only a discussion forum for World 4.0, it will also mobilise ideas into action!”

<b>Nina Greig-Towers</b>
Nina Greig-TowersFBGen Advisory Board Member

“This platform is such a fantastic way to network to some really interesting and like-minded people and be exposed to some incredible industry leaders who are at the forefront when it comes to sustainable business.”