Peter Holmes a Court - Rail, Rabbittohs & Wild River

Peter Holmes a Court - Rail, Rabbittohs & Wild River

QLD
Nov 17
Peter Holmes a Court, has recently returned from Cape York and experienced first hand the issues surrounding the Wild Rivers legislation.

Event overview

Peter Holmes a Court - Rail, Rabbittohs & Wild River

QLD
Nov 17

Peter Holmes a Court, has recently returned from Cape York and experienced first hand the issues surrounding the Wild Rivers legislation.

Speakers

 

 Public event
 17/11/2009
 Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre,, Cnr Merivale & Glenelg Streets South Bank, Brisbane, QLD 4000

 Government/Regulation
 Lunch

   

    


EVENT OVERVIEW

The Queensland Government's Wild Rivers legislation and the Australian Government's Indigenous Employment Covenant attempt to provide solutions to ending indigenous welfare dependence, but do we need to approach it differently?

As a director of Queensland Rail and a co-owner of the South Sydney Rabbittohs, Holmes a Court will be sharing his thoughts and insight into significant institutions, both public and private and rethinking community and business partnerships.

As a champion of reform, Peter will present a refreshing and highly thought provoking insight into how Australia needs to change the way business and government thinks and acts about implementing workable long term solutions for the sustainable development and workforce engagement in our top end.

"It is the foremost task - and responsibility - of our generation to re-imagine our enterprises and institutions, public and private" Tom Peters.Best selling author and accredited as one of the worlds 'quality gurus' (1990 UK) 

This is an opportunity not to be missed as CEDA proudly delivers on its social reform policy agenda. Have you re-imagined? 

MEET THE SPEAKER

Peter Holmes a Court

Peter is the Executive Chairman of ISFM, a leading specialist sports industry consultancy. In 2007 Peter became a director of Viocorp International, Australia's leading internet video technology company. Most recently Peter was reappointed as a director of Queensland Rail and is a director at Barangaroo Delivery Authority. Since 2006 Peter has been the co-owner of the South Sydney Rabbitohs and was executive chairman of the club from 2006 to 2008.

From 2000 - 2004 Peter was CEO of the Australian Agricultural company and in 2001, successfully listed the 185 year old company. The Australian Agricultural company is now Australia's largest cattle company.

Prior to this Peter was the founder of Back Row Productions, successfully producing and touring over 20 different productions in 300 cities and 20 countries. These shows included Australia's highest grossing live theatrical show Tap Dogs, UK comic Eddie Izzard and Jerry Seinfeld

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