2016 Electrical Industry Conference

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In 2016, Master Electricians Australia, along with over 150 guests, jetted off to Fremantle, WA for four days of sight-seeing, Business Sessions, and networking.

Keynote Speakers

Holly Ransom, CEO, Emergent

Emergent is a company specialising in the development of high performing intergenerational workforces, leadership and social outcomes. Holly is renowned for generating innovative solutions to complex multi-stakeholder problems for corporations, governments and non-profit organisations, and for coaching and professionally mentoring leaders of all generations around the world.

Daniel Judd, Investment Manager, Energy Super

Daniel Judd has been the Investment Manager with Energy Super since 2012. His primary function with Energy Super is to advise the Trustee on portfolio construction and implementing the Fund’s strategic long term direction. His areas of research interest include designing sustainable long term pools of capital and maximizing the investment value chain.

Senator Michaelia Cash, Minister for Women, Minister for Employment, Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service

Our welcome address was presented by the Honourable Michaelia Cash. She was promoted to cabinet as Minister for Employment and Minister for Women in September 2015. Ms Cash discussed women in the construction industry and the impact of the ABCC on engagement and productivity.

 

Activities

Welcome Reception

To kick-off the Conference, we took in a few beverages and some great food at Little Creatures Bewery. Guests heard from the Hon Senator Michaelia Cash and had the chance to meet and greet friends and colleagues met at previous Conferences.

Finale Function

Always one of the biggest events of the Conference, this year's finale was no exception! Set at the spectacular Fremantle Prison, our guests donned their best "Criminal and Prisoner" attire to get in the theme. Don't worry, our staff (dressed of course as Warden's and Police!) kept them in line!