Date posted: May 4, 2016

We are pleased to announce two additional State Conferences coming up in May in South Australia and Victoria on the 27th May and 30th May respectively. The exciting programs will offer thought leaders on issues pertinent to family business. If you haven’t already registered make sure you do soon!

Thursday 12th May  – WA State Conference

An exciting program focusing on the key characteristics of high performing family businesses and the strategies and processes that can be put in place to ensure you build your capabilities for sustainability and success.
Speakers include: Ronnie Duncan | Meerkats, Dr Frank Koentgen | Ozgene, John Battley | Globetrotter Corporate Travel to name a few.

Friday 20th May – QLD State Conference

A comprehensive exploration of how family businesses can embrace the changing business landscape by recognising the directions that will benefit the business in the long term. Speakers include: John Wagner | The Wagner Group of Companies, Alex Freeman | CloudCo Asia, Michael and Matthew Gordon | Centenary Hire and more.

Friday 27th May – NSW ACT Summit

The entrepreneurial family business is never idle –the Summit will focus on a diverse range of topics pertinent to family business success including branding, leadership and growth strategies that will enable you to stay one step ahead of the game. Speakers include: John Winning | Appliances Online, Peter Switzer | Switzer Financial Services and David Albert
| Albert Group and more.


Friday 27th May – SA State Conference

Being ready for growth and maximising your family business’ value will ensure you put your business in the best position for the future, whether that be to diversify and meet new opportunities, pass the business to the next generation or transition out of the business. Speakers include: Darryl Gobbett | Baillieu Holst, Judy Choate | KPMG, Dan Marks | Fisher Jeffries, Debbie Sterrey | Statewide Super and Dr Jana Matthews | Uni SA.


Monday 30th May – VIC Symposium

The rise of disruptive technologies has meant businesses are realising the need to implement digital strategies more than ever before. But what are the risks associated with cyber security and fraud your family business should be aware of? Join us for this important half day program, featuring Neil Wilson | Oakton, Ben Meager | KPMG, Danielle McNamee | Processworx and Jeremy Manford | Compu-Stor.

I look forward to seeing you at these events.

Robin Buckham
Family Business Australia