Leadership week As part of Leadership WA’s annual leadership week, the organisation is hosting a luncheon and panel discussion on the topic of attracting, retaining and developing leaders in boom times. The event will be held on July 27 at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre. Speakers: John Langoulant – CEO, Chamber of Commerce & Industry WA; Maxine Murray – former public sector standards commissioner WA; and Tim Shanahan – CEO, Chamber of Minerals & Energy WA. Registration costs $99 per person. For more information contact Dawn Oliver on 9449 6630 or email Sports star lunch Property Council of Australia (WA) is holding a luncheon with three recognised WA sportsmen, July 27 at the Hyatt Regency. Boxer Danny Green, cricket legend David Boon and Fremantle Dockers caretaker coach Mark Harvey will speak at the event, as well as take part in a panel discussion. Registration costs $99 for Property Council members and $110 for non-members. Fore more information contact Ashlee Popperwell on 9246 1200. Show me the money The Licensing Executives Society of Australia and New Zealand is hosting a panel discussion on the topic of availability of money for innovation and commercialisation in the boom town of Perth, August 2 at The Innovation Centre. Panellists: Roy Chapman – general manager innovation and emerging industries, Department of Industry and Resources; Matt Callahan – investment director, Stone Ridge Ventures; Paul Kristensen – executive chairman, Capital Technologies Pty Ltd; Marshall Allen – director, Viburnum Funds; and Josef Pfistershammer – managing director, Ag-ID Pty Ltd. Wray & Associates partnership chairman Peter Caporn will facilitate the panel. Registration costs $33 for LES ANZ members and $44 for non-members. For more information contact Beth Benson on 03 5942 7066.

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