We are pleased to announce our ongoing partnership with the Committee for Economic Development Australia (CEDA) as part of their ‘Shaping WA’ series. This two-part series examines key economic levers that are helping to drive growth and define the Western Australia of tomorrow.
CEDA is an independent, not-for-profit national organisation that brings together some of the brightest minds to discuss the future direction of the state. Since its founding 60 years ago, it has played an important role in shaping the country’s public policy and best practice. As a management consultancy working with predominantly WA clients, we look to support worthy organisations that align with our purpose to build a more prosperous, vibrant Western Australia, and are pleased to continue our sponsorship of this annual series.
We are particularly looking forward to CEDA’s upcoming Annual Resources Overview, which is the first part of the ‘Shaping WA’ series and will consist of a panel discussion facilitated by recently appointed Churchill Director, David Lynch. This public lunchtime event, to be held on 8 April at Fraser’s Kings Park, will provide insights into current innovation and knowledge-sharing opportunities in the Mining and Resources sector. It will bring together significant WA players across industry, government and academia, with last year’s event attracting 201 attendees.
The speaker and panel will consist of Amanda Lacaze – CEO & Managing Director, Lynas Corporation, Robert Carruthers – Director of Policy & Advocacy, The Chamber of Minerals and Energy, and Christopher Reed – CEO &Managing Director, Neometals, to discuss topics such as:
With many of Churchill’s most prominent clients being from the Mining, Energy and Utilities sector, we are looking forward to the discussions – which are sure to be interesting and insightful. Director David Lynch, with his broad personal experience in Mining and Resources (not to mention, his engaging personality!) is the ideal panel facilitator for this discussion. Tickets can be purchased from the CEDA website.