Want to win
a keynote
from Dylan?

How it works

Purchase a bundle from the Field (excluding single job ads) before March 31st and your organisation will go into the running to win a keynote speech from Dylan Alcott!

How it works

  • Purchase a bundle (higher tiers = more entries)
  • Post job ads during the competition period to gain additional entries
  • The winner will be drawn on April 2nd

Access the full terms and conditions.

About our bundles

With almost 1 in 5 Australians identifying as having disability, you can open up your talent pool to this diverse community of 4.4 million Australians by advertising more inclusively. Each subscription bundle on the Field includes accessible job advertisements, as well as access to our Learning Hub which is designed to help you upskill in inclusive recruitment.

Startup: 1 entry into Dylan’s keynote competition

Business Builder: 3 entries into Dylan’s keynote competition

Business Expansion: 6 entries into Dylan’s keynote competition

Thriving Business: 10 entries into Dylan’s keynote competition

Custom: Entries determined by size of the custom bundle

Contact us today!

We are happy to assist you during the process of acquiring your next bundle and the setup of your company account and profile. If you need support please contact us by:

  • Email: 03 9830 0190
  • Phone: support@thefield.jobs

Terms and conditions

Welcome to Dylan’s keynote competition! Before you dive into the excitement, let’s make sure we’re all on the same page. These terms and conditions outline the rules and guidelines for participating in our competition. By entering, you’re agreeing to abide by these terms, so please read them carefully. We want to ensure a fair and enjoyable experience for everyone involved, so let’s get started!

Promotion Period and Competition

  • The promotion period is February 16 – March 31.
  • Winners will be drawn on April 2nd and contacted via email and/or phone. The winning organisation must respond within 7 days, after which the winner will be re-drawn if no response has been received.
  • Entry into competition is dependent on valid purchase of a job ad bundle on the Field and does NOT include the purchase of single job ads or single job ad top-ups. Existing customers with a valid subscription must renew their subscription or purchase a minimum of two top-ups during the competition period to enter.
  • Organisations paying for subscription by invoice must ensure payment is made either by the end of the competition period or in accordance with standard terms as outlined in their contract with the Field in order to be eligible for entry into the competition.
  • Free trials are not eligible for entries into the competition, and job postings during this period will not result in additional entries unless a bundle purchase is also made before the competition ends.
  • Additional entries into the competition can be gained through job listings made during the competition period (February 16 – March 31). These additional entries are only valid for customers who have also purchased or renewed their subscription during the competition period.
  • Job listings that are revoked will not count towards your entries. Revoking and then re-posting a job will count as a single additional entry.
  • All individuals entering the Field’s trade promotion on behalf of an organisation must be over the age of 18.
  • By entering the competition, the winning organisation agrees to their brand being featured in future marketing and communication materials used by the Field.
  • Organisations based outside of Australia are not eligible for entry into the competition.

Prize and Redemption Details

  • The winner of the Field’s keynote competition will have the opportunity to receive a keynote speech from Dylan Alcott at their workplace. This prize can be redeemed within 12 months of the winner being drawn at a time that is convenient for both the organisation and Dylan.
  • The Field Jobs will cover all expenses for Dylan’s travel out to the organisation location.
  • Venue for delivery of keynote must be accessible and meet DDA building accessibility standards. Prize winners must ensure the venue is accessible in advance.
  • Venue must be accessible and agreed by Dylan for both the time and place.
  • The prize is a “standard keynote” running for 90-minutes.
  • Winner of the keynote prize can’t advertise or profit from the event i.e. book a venue and sell tickets.
  • Organisation who wins the keynote can only promote it internally and have no rights to Dylan’s image to promote their organisation, brand or services.
  • The prize may not be traded for goods and/or services.