New writers to keep you ahead

Business News welcomes four new regular columnists to our ever-evolving pages.

Firstly, wine merchant David Pike (left) has taken over our food and wine section.

David developed an interest in wine while holidaying in Cali-fornia’s Napa Valley and developed his knowledge working in Britain as a restaurateur, wine bar manager and wine supplier.

Back in WA, he worked for Galafrey in Mt Barker before joining the retail liquor trade. His work features on pages 29-31.

Writing a column on developments in technology and how they can be harnessed by your business is Peter Morris (left).

Peter runs Telesis Communications, a WA consulting firm advising on technology strategy, policy and knowledge-based economic development for a wide range of clients, including the Federal Government. Before establishing Telesis he was telecommunications and IT editor for The West Australian. See page 15.

On page 16, Richard Keeves (right) examines the technology sector. He heads Perth’s Internet Business Corp-oration (IBC) – a leading WA online business solution provider and the only WA company licensed by Melbourne IT to sell Verisign Web Server digital


Finally, there is Digby Scott, (right) who began began his career as a chartered accountant in 1989, worked overseas in a variety of roles before recruitment beckoned him. Digby now owns and runs corporate and personal coaching consultancy, The Catalyst Group.

He is on page 18.

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