Sunshine Coast is to hear from Australia's Leading Industry Group about prospects to grow the local and regional Manufacturing Sector on Sunshine Coast.
The Committee for Sunshine Coast's Manufacturing Forum which is being held at the University of the Sunshine Coast on Tuesday 8th July has secured Dr. Peter Burn, Associate Director of Public Policy from the Australian Industry Group as the Keynote Speaker.
Dr Burn is also Chairman CSIRO Manufacturing Sector Advisory Council. He will discuss "How Fast Can Australia Grow" in his presentation.
David Edwards - State Director Committee for Economic Development Australia will present from a State Perspective; and Russell Evans, General Manager, Just Benches will discuss Manufacturing at a Local Level.
The Committee for Sunshine Coast is facilitating this important forum as manufacturing is crucial to the Regional Economy. The Committee for Sunshine Coast is based on other successful regional engagement models operating throughout Australia. The Committee utilises collective wisdom, experience and advocacy from local business leaders for the economic prosperity of the Sunshine Coast.
Forum bookings can be made by contacting the Committee for Sunshine Coast on 5493 6211 before 1st July.
What: Manufacturing Forum
Where: Lecture Theatre 7, C-Block, University of the Sunshine Coast
When: 6.00 pm Tuesday 8th July, 2008
Why: Promote uptake of Manufacturing business in Caloundra and throughout the Sunshine Coast.
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