Join and have your say at the Sunshine Coast Futures Conference 2015. This conference is presented by the University of the Sunshine Coast. Each year, a critical issue for the future of the Sunshine Coast is chosen as a focus for discussion by community, business and industry, government leaders, decision makers and the general community. It is your opportunity to help shape the future of our region.
2015: The Sunshine Coast Region is poised to make significant economic and community advances. Regional economic indicators are generally very positive, major infrastructure and development projects coming online. Sound planning is in place but none of that guarantees success – that takes coordination and trust across the diverse components of our community. Join the community leaders in a day that will be important in getting us to that future. All are welcome!
Key note speakers at this year's event include:
· Professor Mike Heffernan - Pro Vice-Chancellor (Engagement) and Professor for
Property and Development at the University of the Sunshine Coast
· Dr Robert Greenwood - Executive Director, Public Engagement for Memorial University
and of The Leslie Harris Centre of Regional Policy and Development in St John's, Canada
· Ed Morrison - Regional Economic Development Advisor at the Centre for Regional
Development at Purdue University, Indiana, US.
· Professor Greg Hill - served as the Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of
the Sunshine Coast since 2011 and was previously Deputy Vice-Chancellor from 2005 to 2010.
· Ted O'Brien – Founder and Chairman of Generation Innovation
2015 Sunshine Coast Futures Conference
8am - 4pm
Friday 27 November 2015
Innovation Centre Auditorium
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