The second Penrith Talks: Innovation event will take place at The Joan on June 28.
The second talk in the four-part series will focus on innovation in business and leadership providing a stimulating evening of discussion.
Bernie Hobbs, judge on ABC TV’s The New Inventors and presenter of the Dear Science Podcast, returns to moderate a dynamic conversation between:
- Libby Christie, Executive Director of The Australian Ballet;
- Dr Tim Williams: CEO of the Committee for Sydney, and
- Heather Chaffey: Place Coordinator at Penrith City Council.
Be inspired as these distinguished innovators discuss and profile their transformational, real-world business and leadership experiences.
Penrith Mayor John Thain said innovation would play a critical role in transforming Penrith over years to come.
“Innovation is the key to securing the future of Western Sydney and has a crucial and ongoing role to play in transforming Penrith,” Cr Thain said.
“At the centre of any innovative city are the business leaders who drive change, inspire creativity and have a vision to transform new ideas into sustainable outcomes.
“Businesses embracing innovation constantly seek better ways to do things, making them quick to adapt and retain a competitive edge - driving future growth.
“They challenge and question the status quo, attract and retain talent and foster a culture that rewards enquiring minds,” he said.
Penrith Talks: Innovation is a series of four events designed to connect thought leaders and innovators with like-minded and interested Western Sydney locals.
The event takes place between 6pm and 8pm on Wednesday, June 28 at the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre.
The event is free. To RSVP contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 4732 7483 (maximum four tickets).