Innovate

Written on the 17 June 2009

AUSINDUSTRY is hosting a complimentary seminar for manufacturers, companies value adding and business advisers in the sector. The seminar gives you an opportunity to listen to speakers who have turned uncertainty into opportunity. The seminar will also outline how to tap into government assistance that can help your company grow.

Keynote speakers include Peter Williams, CEO of Deloitte Digital. Williams is recognised as a global thought leader on innovation and will discuss the importance of innovation to a company’s growth strategy. Also hear from Mark Gilroy from CMD Pty Ltd who has a lot of experience in design. CMD specialises in the design and development of turnkey product design solutions from concept through to manufacture.

The afternoon will also feature a discussion from Martin Brown from Dingo Australia whose simple motorised wheelbarrow with simple hydraulic attachments has developed into an iconic Australian brand, and one of the most innovative and efficient pieces of machinery on the market.

Finally, attendees will be able to listen to a case study presented by Neil O’Sullivan from NOJA Power Switchgear, a powerhouse exporter which specialises in electrical low and medium voltage switchgear products.
The event will take place on June 26 at the Brisbane Technology Park Conference Centre. RSVP by June 19, more info at: hotline@ausindustry.gov.au.


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