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October 2018

President’s Luncheon – Rachel Hunter, Director-General, State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning

October 10, 2018, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Gadens, Level 11, 111 Eagle St 4000 + Google Map
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Invitation Only. The President’s Luncheons are held bi-monthly and attended by Councillors and Board Members. Guest Speaker: Rachel Hunter, Director-General, State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning.

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Sandwich Workshop – How Universities are advancing the Knowledge Economy? – SOLD OUT

October 18, 2018, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Gadens, Level 11, 111 Eagle St 4000 + Google Map
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The Queensland Futures Institute's 2018 'Sandwich Workshops' are informal lunchtime sessions at which policy ideas are presented and debated.  It is an opportunity to network and engage in conversation and to contribute your thoughts and ideas on matters key to Queensland's growth. Our 18 October Workshop focusses on How Universities are advancing the Knowledge Economy.  Among Queensland’s top growing industries for employment are those that rely on the provision of knowledge and services.  The panel will canvass how universities are involved in the transition…

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QLD Policy Leaders Series – Artificial Intelligence in the Healthcare Sector: The Good the Bad and the Ugly

October 24, 2018, 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Customs House, 399 Queen St
Brisbane, Queensland 400 Australia
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The Queensland Futures Institute’s 2018 Policy Leaders Breakfasts features influential policy makers and shapers. The panel will discuss the changing nature of the healthcare sector with artificial intelligence. Join us as we discuss the future for Queensland’s healthcare sector with industry leaders. Professor Emma Duncan, Professor of Medicine, Queensland University of Technology Dr Stefan Hajkowicz, Director, Data61 Insight Team, CSIRO Professor Carolyn Mountford, CEO and Director of Research, Translational Research Institute Dr Clair Sullivan, Chief Digital Health Officer, Metro North Hospital Moderator: Professor John…

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February 2019

QLD Policy Leaders Series – Queensland State of Play 2019 – 21 February

February 21, 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Customs House, 399 Queen St
Brisbane, Queensland 400 Australia
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The Queensland Futures Institute's 2019 Policy Leaders Breakfasts features influential policy makers and shapers. The panel will share their outlook for 2019 and highlight the opportunities and challenges for the year ahead. Join us as we discuss the future for Queensland’s economic and social growth industry leaders. Andrew Barger Policy Director, Economics and Infrastructure, Queensland Resources Council Moderator: Professor Nicole Gillespie, Professor of Management, Associate Director, Research (Engagement and Impact), UQ Business School Daniel Gschwind, Chief Executive Officer, Queensland Tourism Industry Council…

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President’s Luncheon – James Purtill, Director-General, Natural Resources Mines and Energy – 27 February

February 27, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Gadens, Level 11, 111 Eagle St 4000 + Google Map
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Invitation Only. The President’s Luncheons are held bi-monthly and attended by Councillors and Board Members. Guest Speaker: James Purtill, Director-General, Natural Resources Mines and Energy.

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March 2019

QLD Policy Leaders Series – Importance of Regional Queensland – Thursday 14 March

March 14, 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Customs House, 399 Queen St
Brisbane, Queensland 400 Australia
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The Queensland Futures Institute's 2019 Policy Leaders Breakfasts features influential policy makers and shapers. The panel will share their outlook for their regions and highlight the opportunities and challenges for the year ahead. Join us as we discuss the future for Queensland’s economic and social growth with regional leaders. Councillor Margaret Strelow, Mayor, Rockhampton Region Shane Charles, Chairman, Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise Kevin Gill, Chairman, Townsville Enterprise John Glanville, Chairman, Greater Whitsunday Alliance (GW3) Trent Twomey, Chair, Advance Cairns Moderator: …

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Queensland Economics and Finance Council Meeting – 27 March

March 27, 9:00 am - 10:30 am
QIC, Level 5, 66 Eagle St
Brisbane, QLD 4000 Australia
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By invitation only. Members of the Queensland Economics and Finance Council attend.

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Sandwich Workshop – Jobs and Employment Growth in Queensland

March 27, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
BDO, Level 10, 12 Creek St
Brisbane, QLD 4000 Australia
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The Queensland Futures Institute's 2019 'Sandwich Workshops' are informal lunchtime sessions at which policy ideas are presented and debated.  It is an opportunity to network and engage in conversation and to contribute your thoughts and ideas on matters key to Queensland's growth. Our  27 March Workshop focusses on Jobs and Employment Growth in Queensland. It will be critical that Queensland supports people in transferring their skills to meet employment needs being created by new and growing industries.  Existing trends already point towards potential…

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May 2019

President’s Luncheon – Warwick Agnew,  Director-General Local Government, Racing and Multicultural Affairs – 2 May

May 2, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Gadens, Level 11, 111 Eagle St 4000
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Invitation Only. The President’s Luncheons are held bi-monthly and attended by Councillors and Board Members. Guest Speaker: Warwick Agnew,  Director-General of the Department of Local Government, Racing and Multicultural Affairs.  

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Policy Leaders Series Breakfast – Enhancing Queensland’s Links with Asia – 22 May

May 22, 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Customs House, 399 Queen St
Brisbane, Queensland 400 Australia
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The Queensland Futures Institute's 2019 Policy Leaders Breakfasts features influential policy makers and shapers. QFI's  Opportunities for Growth Report  identified Queensland is in a good position to meet emerging consumer demands from Asia’s expanding middle class, given its geographical location and capacity in areas such as tourism, health, education and food. While these global markets are becoming increasingly competitive, they present opportunities for Queensland to: expand its service exports to Asia; move from basic commodities to high-value nutrition products; and grow…

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