Energy: Alternatives and opportunities beyond the resources expansion The Australian British Chamber of Commerce is to host a breakfast briefing featuring guest speaker, Energy Minister Francis Logan. Mr Logan will give an overview of the developing clean energy industry and highlight business and investment opportunities. The event is to be held at Parmelia Hilton on Wednesday July 16 and tickets cost $66. For information and registration, please phone 0403 029 310 or email Resources Overview CEDA is to present a forum entitled Resources Overview at the Hyatt Regency Hotel on Friday August 1. The forum will focus on the key driver of the WA economic growth story, the resources sector. Speakers include: Alan Cransberg, Alcoa; Peter Johnston, Minara Resources; Joc O’Rourke, Barrick Gold; Keith Spence, ex-Woodside; and Sam Walsh, Rio Tinto. Registration costs $264 for members and $352 for non-members. For information and registration, please phone Yvonne Hannam on 9228 2155 or email CPA Australia Women Get A-Board Forum CPA Australia is to hold a forum for women interested in building networks and hearing more about gaining a board position. The 2008 Women Get A-Board Forum, to be held on Tuesday August 5 at the Sheraton Hotel, will consist of a morning session with a range of guest speakers and panellists talking about their personal experiences on boards, challenges they have faced, how best to go about securing a directorship and more, followed by a business luncheon with keynote speaker Catherine Fox, deputy editor from AFRBoss magazine, and finishing with a masterclass with Ruth Medd and Claire Braund from Women on Boards. Contact Erin Hasleby on 08 9481 5944 or email Eighth Energy in Western Australia Conference The WA government, through the Office of Energy and the Australian Institute of Energy (AIE), is holding The Energy in Western Australia Conference, with the theme, ‘Securing Our Energy Future’. Energy Minister Francis Logan will give a keynote address on the first day. The event will take place on August 13 and 14 at the Sheraton Perth Hotel. For registration and information, please phone Jenny Dyer on, 0408 905 099 or email 2008 Senior Executive Forum The University of WA and AIM are to hold the 2008 Senior Executive Forum with keynote speakers Professor Ashish Nanda and Professor David J Collis of Harvard Business School at the Hyatt Regency from the August 27-30. The program fee is $7,326 per person and covers the all costs including accommodation at the Hyatt Regency and all meals.


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