2019 Upper Hunter Economic Breakfast Series - 11 September 2019
Date and Time
SECOND UPPER HUNTER ECONOMIC BRIEFING FOR 2019 FOCUSES ON WOMEN IN BUSINESS
Speakers include: Kirsten Molloy, CEO at Hunter Valley Coal Chain Coordinator and Claire Quigley, Business Growth Coach at Launchpad9.
This event is free to attend, however registration is essential.
Join 170+ other guests at this long-running series on 11 September. Be informed, challenged, inspired and 'connected'.
Thank you to our Upper Hunter Research Partner, Bengalla Mining Company.
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Hunter Research Foundation (HRF) Centre
The Hunter Research Foundation (HRF) Centre at the University of Newcastle conducts an annual program of engaged economic and social research. The Centre's researchers have a deep understanding of the dynamics of the Hunter region, based on more than 60 years of unique data. They harness their expertise to deliver independent and insightful research, including a long-standing economic breakfast series in Newcastle and Muswellbrook. In collaboration with industry, government and the community, the HRF Centre's 'engaged research' aims to characterise economic and social opportunities and challenges in regions facing significant transition.