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Australia-Japan Joint Business Conference The 46th Australia-Japan Joint Business Conference will take place from October 12 to 14 this year at the Hyatt Regency Perth and will focus on strengthening the Australia-Japan export relationship that has proven integral to Australia?s economic success. Topics on the agenda include the impacts of issues such as climate change, economic reform, and the fine energy demand-supply balance on the bilateral commerce. Key speakers include Ross Garnaut, Nippon Steel chairman Akio Mimura, and Nobel Laureate Barry Marshall. In addition, there will be a technology exposition showcasing new technology and ideas. $1,210 members/$1,650 non-members at the Hyatt Regency. Marcela Bernal, Ph 02 6270 8034, email marcela.bernal@acci.asn.au. Public Relations Institute of Australia: Wide Focus for National PR Conference Featuring PR professionals from around Australia and overseas, including renowned communications and strategy director for former UK PM Tony Blair, Alastair Campbell. In line with the conference theme ?The New Communicator?, speakers will examine topics such as using new media to engage the workforce, corporate lobbying, the digital radio revolution and communications strategies for climate change. Held from October 13-14 at the Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle. Tickets $995 members/ $1,295 non-members, including gala dinner. Ph 02 8908 8555, email dominic@acevents.com.au or visit www.acevents.com.au for details. Leading Lights: WA?s innovation and investment conference. Entrepreneurs realise it?s not the ideas that are hard to come by ? it?s the finances to bring them to life! Featuring the co-founder of Apple Computers, Steve Wozniac, the conference aims to build links between innovators and financiers, explore pathways to commercialisation, and showcase innovations in Western Australia?s emerging industries. Objectives include helping educate innovators on the needs of financiers and their decision matrices, explore national and international trends in venture capital and finance and establish formal and informal networks between WA businesses and capital providers. Tickets $695 for full conference or $300/day excluding dinner, October 16-17 at the Burswood complex. Ph 9389 1488, email info@eecw.com.au or visit www.doir.wa.gov.au/leadinglightsconference

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