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Austrade, senior trade commissioner – Seoul, Elizabeth Masamune; Republic of Korea Ambassador to Australia, His Excellency Sang-Hoon Cho; Korea Trade Investment Promotion Agency, executive vice-president, Dong-Sik Jeong; Macquarie Group of Companies, country head, John Walker; Market Force, chief executive officer and president, James Rooney; April 21, to speak at an Austrade Seminar.

 

Federal Minister for Trade, the Honourable Mark Vaile, Saveur Magazine – New York, editor, Colman Andrews; Tourism New Zealand chief executive officer George Hickton; International Wine Centre, Hong Kong, wine expert, Simon Tan; Pacific Asia Travel Association, vice president, Peter Semone; Wine.com, founder, Peter Granoff; Wine Market Report and Global Wine News eMonitor, editor and publisher, Rich Cartiere; University of Stellenbosch Business School, professor, Stephanus Loubser; Mastère de Commerce International des Vins et Spiritueux (Ms CIVS), programme director, Joëlle Brouard; and Griffith University School of Tourism and Hotel Management, lecturer, Professor Beverley Sparks; Green Globe Asia Pacific, executive director, Jill Grant; Myriad Research Associates, managing partner, David Hurburgh; May 2-5, to speak at the International Wine Tourism Conference.

 

Renowned economist, business commentator and consultant, Professor Neville Norman; May 12-14, to speak at the CA Business Forum.

 

Federal Minister for Industry, Tourism and Resources, the Honourable Ian Macfarlane; World Gold Council, manager Asia Pacific, Albert Cheng; EcoFutures director and former Australian Conservation Foundation executive director Phillip Toyne; Ballarat Goldfields managing director Richard Laufmann; Newcrest Mining managing director Tony Palmer; Roche Mining chief executive officer Robert Logan; April 19, to speak at the 2004 Australian Gold Conference.

 

Federal Minister for Science, the Honourable Peter McGauran MP, April 20 to speak at a Committee for Economic Development in Australia luncheon.

 

Westpac Banking Corporation, general manager economics and chief economist, Bill Evans; Westpac Institutional Bank, director resources, Rod Hill; Adelaide Resources Limited, executive chairman, Keith Yates; April 20-21, to speak at the Paydirt’s Gold Conference.

 

Leading small business expert and internationally acclaimed author, Michael Gerber, June 3, to speak at a business development seminar.

 

Californian Air Resources Board, chairman, Dr Alan Lloyd; Toyota Motor Corporation, general manager - Fuel Cell Commercialisation Conference of Japan, Hideaki Akamatsu; Chinese Academy of Sciences, director - Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Professor Xinhe Bao; International Energy Agency, executive director, Claude Mandil; Northeast Advanced Vehicle Consortium – US, project manager, Lisa Callaghan; China Association for Hydrogen Energy, chairman, Professor Zong Qiang Mao; Ballard Power Systems – Canada, president & chief executive officer, Dennis Campbell; Hydrogen Energy Systems Society, director, Kazukiyo Okano; Sao Paulo State Bus Authority – Brazil, project director, Dr Marcio Schettino; International Partnership for the Hydrogen Economy, co-chair, Professor Thorsteinn Sigfusson; BP – UK, general manager hydrogen, Dr Michael Jones; Daimler Chrysler – Germany, global director -  Fuel Cell Bus Project, Dr Manfred Schuckert; September 12-15, to speak at the Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Futures Conference. 

 

Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection – British Columbia, Canada director Environmental Management Branch Eric Partridge; M-Co executive director Ken Chapman; Former Federal Labor Senator Graham Richardson; September 21-24, to speak at the Waste and Recycle 2004 Conference.

 

 

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