Diary and Events

Israel’s former chief scientist, director of Industrial Research and Development, Dr Orna Berry, to speak at the first event of the AICC (WA)’s Curtin Zernike DoIR Innovation Series, Rabbitnomics on March 13. Dr Berry has spent more than 25 years in the science and technology industries, and currently chairs the Israeli Venture Association and Prime Sense. For more information, please phone 0403 344 352 or email diane@ Former Wallabies captain and mining finance expert, Nick Farr- Jones, will entertain guests at the Activ Dragonfly Corporate Leaders Lunch, March 25, in the Astral Room at Burswood. Tickets are available now at www.ticketek. For more information about the event and sponsorship opportunities contact Lauren on 1300 306 475 Dave Snowden, founder and chief scientific officer, Cognitive Edge, UK, to speak at Global Convergence: Answers to Management and Compliance on May 1. Mr Snowden is a leading keynote speaker at major conferences around the world and is known for his iconoclastic style, pragmatic cynicism and extensive use of stories to communicate what would otherwise be difficult concepts. For more information please contact Jo Hutchinson on 0438 965 443. Events L7 Solutions: Beyond the Boom L7 Solutions’ CXO luncheon will feature state government minister Francis Logan speaking on the future of the government’s vision “Beyond the Boom”. WA is leading the nation’s economic activity, growth seems likely to continue, but is this growth dependent on global markets, which in recent months have proven to be volatile? The event will take place at The Boatshed in South Perth on March 27 at 11.30am. Registration costs $95.00 each. For more information phone 9221 7744 or email Bull & Bear Gala Ball: ‘The Best of Broadway’ The Finance Industry of WA is holding the annual Bull & Bear Gala Ball. For the first time, this event is a combined presentation by three leading financial organisations: CPA Australia, the Financial Planning Association (FPA), and Finsia. Around 800 guests from all spheres of the finance sector will come together to mingle and enjoy the event’s Broadway theme, featuring a dramatic backdrop showcasing the classical images, characters and entertainment of timeless Broadway. The black-tie event will be held on Saturday April 5 2008 from 6.00 pm @ the Bellevue Ballroom. Registration costs $200 per person. For more information contact Jillian Doncon at Finsia on 9223 8901 or email

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