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Future Perth podcast: Episode 2

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Episode 2 of the Business News Future Perth podcast is now available, focusing on issues around developments in the metropolitan area.

Future Perth podcast: Episode 2

Episode 2 of the Business News Future Perth podcast is now available, focusing on issues around developments in the metropolitan area.

The guests for this episode are Hames Sharley chairman and founder Bill Hames, Hassell director Peter Lee and Edith Cowan University vice-president, enterprise and development Sonia Mackay-Coghill.

Produced in conjunction with the Committee for Perth, and based around some of the research the independent think-tank has produced over the past 15 years, each episode will focus on a particular aspect of Perth’s future.

The first episode, which was released last week, looked at people's perceptions of Perth and considered ways in which they may be changed. Those involved in the conversation were Perth Lord Mayor Basil Zempilas, Perth Airport chief executive Kevin Brown and Ipsos Australia and New Zealand Global Reputation Centre director Sally Braidwood. You can listen to the first episode by clicking here: https://soundcloud.com/businessnews-wa/perceptions-of-perth

The series is hosted by Business News managing editor Sean Cowan and Committee for Perth chief executive Marion Fulker.

Episode List

1. Perceptions of Perth
Perth Lord Mayor Basil Zempilas, Perth Airport chief executive Kevin Brown, Ipsos Australia and New Zealand Global Reputation Centre director Sally Braidwood

2. Change & Development
Hames Sharley chairman and founder Bill Hames, Hassell director Peter Lee, Edith Cowan University vice-president, enterprise and development Sonia Mackay-Coghill

3. Diversity
Business executive and gender equality advocate Diane Smith-Gander, Centre for Gender Equality in the Workplace managing director Terry Fitzsimmons

4. Perth’s Growth
Housing and Local Government Minister John Carey, incoming Agent-General for WA in the UK John Langoulant

5. 200 Generations of Know-How
WA Governor Kim Beazley, Senior Noongar man Richard Walley, Senior Noongar woman Colleen Hayward

6. The Economy
Wesfarmers chief executive Rob Scott, PWC Australia partner Justin Carroll

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