Forum puts future in focus
Destination branding, delivering “game-changer” projects and maximising cultural and agri-tourism are just some of topics to be examined at the upcoming Kimberley Economic Forum.
Organisers have secured what is arguably the best line-up yet for this year’s event, including local, national and international guest speakers across a wide range of industries. This year’s theme is Positioning for Prosperity and a Sustainable Future.
Speakers include Australian journalist and host of ABC Landline Pip Courtney, indigenous chef Mark Olive, speed skater Steven Bradbury, Food Agility Co-operative Research Centre WA node leader Michael Ridout and former Northern Territory Cattlemen’s Association chief executive Luke Bowen, among others.
To find out more or buy tickets, visit the forum website.