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International authority on creativity and city futures, Charles Landry, had a lot to say the last time he visited Perth, and he’s coming back to town this month to discuss the potential for Perth as part of a debate hosted by Form. Mr Landry was last in Perth for Form’s ‘Creative Capital Thinker in Residence’ program. Mr Landry is returning to Perth to partake in a debate along with Carol Coletta, chief of US-based organisation CEOs for Cities. The focus of the debate will be what Perth can offer the global community. Focusing especially on the dynamic professional demographic of the 20 to 30-something generation, which is ditching the city dubbed “dullsville” in search of more excitement. Form wants to know how to keep the younger generation in town, with Perth often viewed as a great place to raise children and to retire but offering little for the younger crowd. The two specialists will talk about how Perth can entice and retain the talented young and restless demographic. The debate is free and will take place at His Majesty’s Theatre on Thursday 28 June 2007.

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