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AmCham Business Luncheon
"Growing the Queensland Economy by Infrastructure and Innovation"
When: Friday 11 November
Time: 11.45 - 2pm
Where: Pullman Brisbane
These three world leading Queensland companies serve 50 million customers, employ 40,000 FTE staff, and add billions to the State Domestic Product every year. We constantly hear about governments investing in 'infrastructure' - but what infrastructure? These three Queensland companies with a majority of private investment show that by combining innovation with extensive infrastructure investment we can create much more. The flow on employment effects and the provisions of goods and services benefit the whole economy.
How do they do it? What can you learn? How can you be a part of this?
NEW SPEAKER: Geoff Hogg, Managing Director Queensland, The Star Entertainment Group
Harvey Lister, Chairman and Chief Executive, AEG Ogden
John Kotzas, Chief Executive, Queensland Performing Arts Centre
Julieanne Alroe, CEO and Managing Director, Brisbane Airport Corporation
AmCham Business School Luncheon
"Minerals and Energy! The Past Present and Mostly the Future"
LNG has become one of Queensland’s major new industries with all major projects coming online it is time to reflect on the amazing change this industry has had on the Queensland economy and discuss the future of LNG as the industry moves from development to operation. How this has changed the industry and State dynamic?
AmCham UQ Business School Luncheon
"Why is gender equality important? What difference does it make?"
The aim of gender equality in the workplace is to achieve broadly equal outcomes for women and men, not exactly the same outcome for all individuals. Achieving gender equality is important for workplaces not only because it is ‘fair’ and ‘the right thing to do’, it is also vitally important to the bottom line of a business and the productivity of our nation.
AmCham Business Luncheon
U.S. Ambassador to Australia, John Berry
John Berry presented his credentials to Governor-General Quentin Bryce on September 25, 2013, becoming the 25th Ambassador to the Commonwealth of Australia. As Ambassador, he seeks to strengthen the U.S.-Australia alliance, which has served as an anchor of peace and stability in the Asia-Pacific region and the world for more than sixty years; to increase bilateral trade investment; and to deepen cultural, scientific and environmental cooperation between the United States and Australia.