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Disruption, supply dominate CMIC 18

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There were 40 exhibitors in the CMIC 18 trade exhibition area.

The keynote speaker was Kathryn Fagg, non-executive chair of Boral Australia.

Veteran economic commentator Michael Pascoe gave a highly entertaining presentation on the macroeconomic narrative.

Futurist Chris Riddell discusses the differences between banana plantations (a metaphor for established businesses) and rainforests (start-ups looking for life-changing opportunities).

ESB chairman Kerry Schott was optimistic about the future of dispatchable and sustainable energy – in spite of all the recent politics in Canberra.

Geoff Roberts, deputy chief commissioner of the Greater Sydney Commission, outlined the NSW Government’s vision of Sydney as a ‘Metropolis of Three Cities’.

Steven Spurr discusses the Edelman Trust Barometer.

Paralympian Kurt Fearnley tells an emotional story of perseverance and courage.

Political journalist Janine Perrett warned that policy uncertainty out of Canberra will continue for some time.

Representatives of 16 extractive companies line up to publically sign the IQA Membership Pledge.

There was a truly carnival atmosphere as delegates arrived at Luna Park for the Komatsu gala dinner.

On the dodgems at Luna Park!

Illusionist Sam Power was a terrible flirt on-stage!

Lunch panellists comprising (l-r) Jim Betts (Infrastructure NSW), Mark Campbell (Holcim) and Adrian Hart (BIS Oxford Economics) discuss the challenges associated with the delivery of infrastructure and the demand for construction materials.

Friday, 23 August, 2019 7:49pm
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