Visiting WA

Top Gun Training Systems, chief executive officer, Wayne Berry; Former World Champion Marathon Swimmer, Shelly Taylor-Smith; Marketing guru, Winston Marsh; Human Development Consultant and Author, Rosie Pekar, February 4, to speak at Blast Into 2004.

International Peace Academy – US, president, Dr David Malone; February 11, to speak at a free public lecture on the role of the UN Security Council.

South Bank Centre – London, chief executive, Michael Lynch AM; National Geographic Society, director of sustainable tourism, and National Geographic Traveller Magazine, geotourism editor, Jonathon B Tourtellot; Pacific Asia Travel Association, president and chief executive officer, Peter de Jong; Queensland Music Festival, director, Lyndon Tericini; Australian War Memorial, director, Steve Gowers; World renowned author, Kathy Lette; Queens University- Canada, geography professor, Professor Brian Osborne; Cultural Tourism Industry Group Victoria, president, Dr Sharron Dickman; Tourism Victoria, chairman, John Morse; Former Premier of Victoria, The Honourable Jeff Kennett; February 11-13, to speak at the Australian Cultural Tourism Conference.

Renowned social transformation specialist and Spiritual Dynamics Group Inc, chief executive officer, Dr Don Beck, February 19-21, to speak at the 6th Spirituality, Leadership and Management Conference.

Evolve Executive, director, Michael Lindsey Simpson; February 23-27, to speak at the Emotional Intelligence Programs for Presentation, Negotiation & Leadership.

Wuhan Iron and Steel Group Corporation - China, president raw materials supply company, Chen Xianwen; Ji’nan Iron and Steel Group - China, vice president, Wen Yanming; COSCO – China, director of research and development, Shicheng Yang; Guofeng Iron and Steel Group – China, general manager, Zhang Xiangqing; BHP Steel, president iron and slab industrial markets, Ross Murray; POSCO Research Institute – Hong Kong, senior economist, Yongdoo Cho; OneSteel, general manager corporate affairs and marketing, Mark Gell; Kumba Resources – South Africa, general manager iron ore, Matie von Wielligh; Samarco Asia, managing director, Jose Senra; February 23 -24, to speak at the 7th Annual Global Iron Ore and Steel Forecast Conference. 

Petronet LNG Ltd – India, chief executive officer and managing director, Suresh Mathur; The Institute of Energy Economics – Japan, senior adviser for research, Kazuya Fujime; China National Petroleum Group, market department manager, Liu Hequn; Department of Foreign Affairs – Office of PetroChina, deputy director of cooperation, Jia Yuzhong; Department of Energy – Philippines, natural gas office chief, Jesus Tamang; Tourism and Environment and Timor Sea Joint Commissioner, Timor-Leste secretary of state for investments, Jose Teixeira; LNG Shipping Solutions – UK, director, Keith Bainbridge; Tangguh LNG – BP Indonesia, senior vice president, Lukman Mahfoedz; February 25-26, to speak at the Australia – Asia LNG Review Conference.

Harvard Business School, professor of business administration, Professor Christopher Bartlett; Santa Clara University, dean of the Leavey school of business and professor of leadership, Professor Barry Posner; Australian Graduate School of Management – NSW, Professor Roger Collins; March 10-11, to speak at the Leadership in Action Seminar.

Leighton Contractors, Queensland mining manager, Ken Crichton; Newmont Tanami Operations, general manager, Leigh Taylor; Gympie Gold, chief operating officer, Peter Hayes; Henry Walker Eltin, chief executive officer, Bruce James; March 30-31, to speak at the AJM Contract Mining Conference 2004.

Federal Minister for Industry, Tourism and Resources, the Honourable Ian Macfarlane; World Gold Council, manager Asia Pacific, Albert Cheng; April 19, to speak at the 2004 Australian Gold Conference.


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