Updated: Apr 29, 2020
We organised our first virtual event on Wednesday the 22nd of April for one of our long term clients, Sydney Hills Business Chamber. The Chairman's Lunch is an annual high level update for the Hills District and attracts experts and federal politicians to the event.
This years theme: The Future of Western Sydney was set in September last year and given the unprecedented changes that the coronavirus has brought to the economy, it was crucial that we stuck to the theme and get a better understanding of what the wider Western Sydney region can expect from government and experts such as Theo Psychogios (Deloitte, Western Sydney Economics and Commercial) around growth, infrastructure and projects that will see businesses through these times.
The event was really well received with high level of engagement from our attendees. Our QandA section received 22 questions for our speakers. 3 polling questions were answered with a 97% engagement level. And the public chat receiving over 103 comments from our attendees.
More importantly gave our members and attendees hope for the Future of Western Sydney as the promised projects that the Commonwealth government $5.3 billion investment in the Western Sydney continues to build on natural and community assets and developing a more contained Western City District with a greater choice of transport and services aligned with growth over the next 20 to 40 years.
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The Future of Western Sydney
Date:April 22, 2020 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Details: 12.15pm Logon for Audio and Video set-up
12.30pm Event Start. 1.30pm Event Finish
With the economic effects of COVID-19, what does that mean to Australia and our local business community. Western Sydney is creating a once in a lifetime economic boom with Airport and Badgerys Creek Aerotropolis that is bringing together infrastructure, businesses and knowledge-intensive jobs. With the completion of Norwest Rail-link and a future planned by the Commonwealth government $5.3 billion investment in the Western Sydney, we are building on natural and community assets and developing a more contained Western City District with a greater choice of transport and services aligned with growth over the next 20 to 40 years.
Join Alex Hawke MP, Theo Psychogios (Partner Deloitte Economics and Commercial Advisory), and Sonja Palic (Chairman - SHBC). Hear from Tim Spencer of Mulpha.
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