An Evening with NSW Planning Minister, The Hon. Rob Stokes MP
Date and Time
GREATER NEWCASTLE AND THE HUNTER FACE PROFOUND ECONOMIC CHANGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
A common vision for a thriving regional economy to benefit Hunter businesses and communities is shared by the Hunter Business Chamber (HBC) and the Hunter Research Foundation (HRF) Centre.
Both organisations are leading partners in regional initiatives, such as the establishment of the Committee for the Hunter and the Second Cities Symposium. Our events and forums aim to build knowledge, extend networks and share ideas.
HBC and the HRF Centre are joining forces to co-host the Hon. Rob Stokes, MP, NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces, at a dinner in Newcastle on Wednesday 14 August. The event will enable the city and region to hear the Minister discuss the Hunter's future.
Speaker: The Hon. Rob Stokes, MP, NSW Minister for Planning & Public Spaces
Topic: The Hunter Ahead: Driving the Region's Future
Time: 6:15pm - 9pm | Pre-dinner drinks and canapes from 6:15pm | Dinner commences at 7pm
Venue: NEX, Wests City, King Street, Newcastle West
Tickets: $150 (individual) $1,200 (tables for eight)
Includes: Canapes and two course dinner plus beverages
Dress: Business attire
RSVP: Wednesday, 7 August
HRF Centre Contact: Maree Campbell - Email or call (02) 4985 4311
THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS EVENT PARTNERS:
- The Wests Group
- Port Waratah Coal Services
- Monteath & Powys
- Barr Property & Planning
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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.