Breakfast on the Run Part 2

Breakfast on the Run Part 2

NSW
Apr 05

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Speakers

Peter Ryan, Business Editor, ABC News  

 Public event
 05/04/2011
 CEDA Boardroom, Level 14, 9 Hunter Street, Sydney, NSW

 Economy
 Breakfast (7.45am to 9.00am)

   

    

 
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EVENT OVERVIEW

Beyond the Blog, brighter than Twitter, there's much more to talk about at CEDA's Breakfast on the Run series.

In 2011, Breakfast on the Run provides face-to-face expert breakfast briefings for CEDA members with four leading professionals from the communications industry.

Breakfast on the Run will provide short, sharp and to-the-point gatherings with in-depth analysis and opportunities for dynamic exchange with a new network of peers. This series will focus on key aspects of Australia's economic and social development in the 21st century.

Designed for those working in professional communications, these morning sessions share the perspectives of expert commentators and communicators on vital themes - economics and finance, domestic and international politics, social communications and the information landscape, innovation, employment and productivity. Guests will be encouraged to test and share their views before starting the working day.

In the second session for the series, Peter Ryan, ABC News Business Editor, will examine The business news cycle - managing in a 24/7 world. With the ever increasing methods of communication, it is now more important than ever to assess how, as professional communicators, we interact with members of the community regarding economic policy, corporate responsibility and genuine news.

The series has wide appeal with unique access to renowned thoughts leaders.

MEET THE SPEAKER

Peter Ryan 
Business Editor 
ABC News  

Peter Ryan is the ABC's Business Editor, contributing to a range of ABC News programs including the flagship radio current affairs program AM.

With more than 25 years of journalism experience, Peter rejoined the ABC in 2003 as Executive Producer of the ABC Television's Business Breakfast program.

In 2006, he oversaw the development of two new business programs - Lateline Business on ABC Television and Business Today on the ABC's Asia Pacific television service, Australia Network.

Peter's previous journalism career included three years as the ABC's Head of TV News and Current Affairs in Melbourne; more than four years as Bureau Chief and television correspondent at the ABC's Washington Bureau; a year as a producer at the BBC in London; and a range of ABC reporting and producing roles in Melbourne, Sydney, Darwin and the South Pacific.

In addition to journalism, Peter Ryan spent four years in the corporate communications sector as a Director at Weber Shandwick Worldwide and then as a Principal at Porter Novelli in Melbourne.

Peter began his journalism career in newspapers at Sydney's Daily Mirror and he worked in Sydney commercial radio before joining the ABC in 1984.

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