Visiting WA

Norman Disney & Young director Ashak Nathwani and Honeywell Pacific facilities optimisation business manager Ehab Abou-Seido are speaking at the Energy Smart Trade Expo 2005, May 31 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. Bionomics Limited chief executive officer Deborah Rathjen, Biosignal Limited chief executive officer Michael Oredsson and Cryptome Pharmaceuticals acting chief executive officer Mathew Vadas will speak at the Biotechnology Companies Showcase for the Securities Institute, May 31 at the Duxton Hotel. Motivational speaker and coach Annette Marks is presenting Powerful Communications Skills for Women and How to Communicate with Confidence, Clarity and Credibility, for Business Seminars Australia, May 31 at the Novotel Langley Plaza. Grange Securities research director Stephen Roberts will conduct a luncheon presentation on The Global Economic Outlook for the Australian Institute of Energy, June 3 at Fraser’s Restaurant. Leadership strategist Margot Cairns is to present a directors briefing for the Australian Institute of Company Directors on June 8 at the Melbourne Hotel. Former Tasmanian anti-discrimination commissioner Jocelynne Scutt will speak on Women and Workplace Mobbing: an issue for the 21st century, for the Institute of Public Administration Australia (WA Division), on June 16 at the Sheraton Hotel.

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