Episode 4 of the Enterprise Information Future Perth podcast is now obtainable, taking a look at points surrounding Perth’s transformation right into a metropolis of three.5 million individuals.
The visitors for this episode are Housing and Native Authorities Minister John Carey and outgoing Infrastructure WA chair John Langoulant.
Produced along with the Committee for Perth, and based mostly round a number of the analysis the impartial think-tank has produced over the previous 15 years, every episode will give attention to a selected side of Perth’s future.
The primary episode, which was launched three weeks in the past, checked out individuals’s perceptions of Perth and regarded methods by which they could be modified. These concerned within the dialog have been Perth Lord Mayor Basil Zempilas, Perth Airport chief govt Kevin Brown and Ipsos Australia and New Zealand World Popularity Centre director Sally Braidwood. You may hearken to the primary episode by clicking right here: https://soundcloud.com/businessnews-wa/perceptions-of-perth
The second episode, launched final week thought of points round developments within the metropolitan space. The visitors have been Hames Sharley chairman and founder William Hames, Hassell director Peter Lee and Edith Cowan College vice-president, enterprise and improvement Sonia Mackay-Coghill. https://soundcloud.com/businessnews-wa/future-perth-diversity
Final week’s episode centered on the wrestle to deliver extra girls into management roles in enterprise and authorities and featured enterprise govt and gender equality advocate Diane Smith-Gander and Centre for Gender Equality within the Office managing director Terry Fitzsimmons. https://soundcloud.com/businessnews-wa/future-perth-diversity-1
The collection is hosted by Enterprise Information managing editor Sean Cowan and Committee for Perth chief govt Marion Fulker.
1. Perceptions of Perth
Perth Lord Mayor Basil Zempilas, Perth Airport chief govt Kevin Brown, Ipsos Australia and New Zealand World Popularity Centre director Sally Braidwood
2. Change & Improvement
Hames Sharley chairman and founder Invoice Hames, Hassell director Peter Lee, Edith Cowan College vice-president, enterprise and improvement Sonia Mackay-Coghill
Enterprise govt and gender equality advocate Diane Smith-Gander, Centre for Gender Equality within the Office managing director Terry Fitzsimmons
4. Perth’s Progress
Housing and Native Authorities Minister John Carey, incoming Agent-Common for WA within the UK John Langoulant
5. 200 Generations of Know-How
WA Governor Kim Beazley, Senior Noongar man Richard Walley, Senior Noongar girl Colleen Hayward
6. The Financial system
Wesfarmers chief govt Rob Scott, PWC Australia companion Justin Carroll