The University of the Sunshine Coast, in association with CPA Australia and The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia are delighted to invite business people in our region to attend the November USC Business Professionals' Forum on Thursday 19th November at 5.30pm. These events are designed to allow business people in our region the opportunity to hear a high profile guest speaker address an issue of relevance plus allowing time for networking among members of the various professional bodies and industry groups attending.
Keynote Speakers: Our November forum will feature a panel of 3 special guests. We are delighted to welcome:
Dr John Montgomery, internationally recognised authority and master planner in the economy, culture and design of cities who has been involved in numerous major projects including the Greater London Development Plan and the Economic Development Strategy for the South East of England and is currently working on projects in Brisbane and NSW;
Dr Hugh Lavery, environmental advisor to some of the biggest companies in Australia including Stanbroke and Meridien and
Dr Mark Bachels, Regional Director of Parsons Brinckerhoff, a leading planning, environment and infrastructure firm. The panel will be chaired by Mike Hefferan USC's Professor of Property & Development and robust discussion is guaranteed.
Topic: "Urban Development on the Sunshine Coast---is consensus possible?"
To register, please fill in the attached Registration Form. Please note that payment must be made in advance to secure a seat to this special event.
We look forward to welcoming you to this event. If you have any queries, please phone the Faculty of Business on (07) 5430 1221.
CRICOS Provider Number: 01595D
Downloadable: "November - Business Professionals' Forum" pdf flyer
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