Successfully running each six-months since 2002, this event attracts over 120 local business people and decision-makers and delivers independent insights and networking. Special themes spotlight important regional issues and dynamic speakers present local and macro economic insights.
19 SEPTEMBER BREAKFAST
Jobs, liveability, and infrastructure and how they influence one another
The Chief Planner for NSW, Gary White, will be the keynote speaker at our second Upper Hunter Economic Breakfast for 2018. Gary will address aspects of planning in the Upper Hunter, and in particular will address liveability and infrastructure.
The HRF Centre's Lead Economist, Dr Anthea Bill, will deliver independent economic insights for the Upper Hunter economy, with a special focus on trends in jobs and other aspects of liveability (including journey to work, rents and house prices).
An expert panel will also examine aspects of jobs and liveability.
Join 120+ other guests on 19 September. Be informed, challenged, inspired and 'connected'.
- Dr Anthea Bill Lead Economist, HRF Centre - Insights for the Upper Hunter Economy
- Gary White, Chief Planner for NSW
- Cam Halfpenny, CEO, Bengalla Mining Company
- Geoff Crews, Managing Director, Forsythes Recruitment
- Elizabeth Bate, Principal, Muswellbrook High School
- Release of the latest Upper Hunter Region Economic Indicators report
Date Wed. 19 Sept. 2018
Time 6:45am to 9am (speakers commence at 7:15am)
Venue Muswellbrook RSL, 113 Bridge Street Muswellbrook
Tickets Free of charge. Registration is essential
RSVP 2pm Fri. 14 Sept.
14 MARCH BREAKFAST:
Provided the latest economic insights for the Upper Hunter and national economies, and featuring a special focus on economic prosperity and health and wellbeing.
- Dr Anthea Bill Lead Economist, HRF Centre - Insight for the Upper Hunter economy Download presentation
- Professor Alan Hayes, Director Family Action Centre Download presentation
- Andrew McMahon, CEO MATES in Mining
- Pauline Carrigan, Founder, Where There's a Will Foundation