How Savvy Infrastructure can Shape South Australia's Future

How Savvy Infrastructure can Shape South Australia's Future
AmCham brings you up-close-and-personal with leaders of companies who are successfully delivering projects, some with Government and some independently. Each has their own unique and fascinating story.
Business Luncheon
Industry Series

How Savvy Infrastructure can Shape South Australia's Future

About the Event

Find out how
Important infrastructure projects will drive innovation, foster economic prosperity and build the visitor economy whilst creating jobs for South Australians. Learn more from our expert speakers about their projects and priorities and what opportunities they create for South Australian businesses.
What you will learn
Australia faces challenges to deliver infrastructure that will drive growth while keeping our communities healthy, resilient and safe. Planning and building new infrastructure, creating more liveable cities, and improving assets has never been more important. 
The complex demands of infrastructure projects have implications for all layers of Government as well as for financiers, investors and public and private enterprises. 
Our speakers will touch on the opportunities and roadblocks that we face in order to realise our potential. 
Announcing our first expert panel member, David Moffatt, Chairman for Ventia.

Ventia is one of the largest essential services providers in Australia and new Zealand, providing services that keep infrastructure working for our communities.
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David Moffatt
Chairman, Ventia

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Event Details

Date Wednesday 28 September 2022
Time 11:45 AM - 2:00 PM ACST
Location Adelaide Convention Centre


  Member   Non-Member
Individual (1) $169  $219
Table (10) $1 690  $2 190

Speaker's Bio

David Moffatt, Chairman, Ventia
David has held the role of Chairman since the formation of Ventia in 2015.
David has over 30 years’ experience in executive leadership, including as CEO, CFO and as a Director for companies in the Telecommunications, Financial Services, Infrastructure Services and Media Industries. He has lived and worked in Australia, US, Europe and Asia. 
David’s previous roles include Chairman of Asurion Asia Pacific and CEO of Lebara Group. He was Chief Financial Officer and Group MD Finance for Telstra Corporation Limited & Group MD Telstra Consumer, serving on the boards of the Telstra-affiliated businesses Foxtel, CSL (Hong Kong) and Reach (Hong Kong). David was also CEO GE & GE Capital Australia & New Zealand.
David’s community and charitable activities include being a founding director of Giant Steps, a school for autistic children and a director for The Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Non-Profit Studies (QUT).
David holds a Bachelor Business from Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and was recently awarded an Honorary Doctorate at QUT

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COVID PRECAUTIONS: The safety and wellbeing of our guests and colleagues is our utmost priority. AmCham will work with the venue to ensure hygiene procedures and government guidelines are followed with social distancing measures in place, visible sanitiser stations and Covid-19 marshals. We respectfully ask you do not attend on the day if you are experiencing any flu like symptoms.

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If Government Health Orders change and in-person events are suspended, the AmCham program will go virtual and links will be sent to all attendees. A 50% refund will be paid to ticket holders. (Please see Terms and Conditions for specific details).

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28/09/2022 11:45 AM - 2:00 PM
Adelaide Convention Centre ADELAIDE, SA 5000 AUSTRALIA


Wednesday, 28 September 2022

11:45 AM - 2:00 PM
28/09/2022 11:45 AM

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