Former West Australian attorney-general and treasurer Christian Porter will address delegates at the Mid West Economic and Resources Summit.
Mr Porter is set to deliver a fascinating overview of his outlook of State and Federal treasury issues and its impact on the resources sector.
Mid West Chamber of Commerce and Industry chief executive Bill Headley said Mr Porter’s address will provide an interesting view point of the economy.
“We’re looking forward to hearing what Mr Porter thinks on how the Federal and State relations might go in the future,” he said.
“Mr Porter will be able to offer some very valuable insight into this matter, particularly given his experience in carrying two of the State Government’s largest portfolios and his new pursuits in the Federal arena.”
The former WA treasurer announced his resignation from State Parliament in June to pursue a career in Federal politics.
Mr Porter has since won the recommendation of the Liberal Party pre selectors for the federal seat of Pearce and now awaits official endorsement by the state Liberal council.
Managing director of GCO Electrical, Murray Hadley, will also be speaking at the summit.
GCO Electrical secured a $14 million electrical installation contract with Karara Mining for upgrades at Geraldton Port earlier this year.
GCO has about 40 workers on site at the Port.
Mr Hadley will share his tips on how companies can make the most of opportunities.
He will also speak on the need for growing companies to guarantee their future by providing training opportunities.
The Mid West Economic and Resources Summit August 21-22 will provide industry professionals with economic and resource industry updates.
It is designed to facilitate vital networking opportunities in the Mid West business community and government agencies.
The summit will be held in Geraldton and is expected to attract up to 400 delegates comprising of mining executives, business owners, government representatives and the general community.
To hear Mr Porter and Mr Hadley speak at the upcoming summit register now at www.opportunitynow.com.au.Registrations for the conference close on August 16.
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