The Make Tasmania Work conference, presented by the Property Council of Australia (Tasmania Division), aims to address some of the tough issues our State is facing and delve into what it is really going to take to make Tasmania work.
Revealing insights into property developments across the State, success in tough economic times, and one of the largest micro-economic reforms the State has ever seen, are just some of the topics to be discussed.
Keynote presenters and speakers:
Of particular interest to you will be the opportunity to hear from state and national investors about their views of the Tasmanian economy and the property market including the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Conference keynotes will include presentations from Peter Verwer Chief Executive from the Property Council of Australia who will propose a radical economic solution for Tasmania and sessions from Head of Property Finance Bernard Sherlock from the National Australia Bank and the CEO of Woolworths Grant O’Brien, outlining their views on property investment, finance, the Tasmanian market and the barriers that stop investment.
Other conference speakers include CEO Citta Property Group Stephen McMillan, Chairman of the Tasmanian Water and Sewerage Corporation Miles Hampton, CEO Silverleaf Investment Gerard O’Brien and the $500 million Royal Hobart Hospital Redevelopment Project Director Peter Alexander.
We all know that Tasmania is without a doubt, a beautiful place to live. But for all the great things about our spectacular corner of the world, our island state faces a growing number of social, economic and environmental challenges. As proud Tasmanians we know we can, and must do better. We need to review the way we govern ourselves and the way we prepare for the future.
We need a plan to make sure Tasmania works.
This is the conference you cannot afford to miss!
The Make Tasmania Work Conference runs from Thursday, 31 May – Friday, 1 June and will be held in the Tasman Room at the Wrest Point Conference Centre.
To register visit www.propertyoz.com.au/tas or email email@example.com