The AICC in Qld has an exciting line up of events for the remainder of 2015:
27 August 2015 – Infrastructure in SEQ – What is being invested & how will it create benefit for the local economy?
Analysis of economic history shows that infrastructure-based investment contributes to economic growth, both nationally and locally.
The AICC Business Lunch Panel of experts from major infrastructure development programs, will address how SEQ’s infrastructure investment creating is growth for Queensland.
16 September 2015 – “Terrorism & Cybercrime – What is Australia’s Defence Strategy”
Modern day threats to our Australian lifestyle have changed the way our nation needs to prepare for global impacts of local problems. The AICC Business Lunch Panel will address how Cybercrime & Terrorism are the new, critical areas in the Defence of Australia.
November 2015 – The Arts & Business – What is the role of business in the development of the Arts?
The arts can play an important role by improving employee morale, encouraging creativity and, as a result, improving the bottom line. CEOs view participation in the arts as one of the top indicators of employee creativity and innovation.
Whether it’s a performance in the workplace, an opportunity to volunteer at an arts festival, company tickets to a symphony or an employee art exhibition, the arts can stimulate innovation and creativity.Conversely, The Arts need business. Not just from a monetary point of view… but the arts need the expertise of business to create a profitable platform of stability and funding.Join our panel of Creative Directors to discuss how the arts can benefit your corporate strategy, creating innovation, stimulation and diversity in your workplace.