Q&A - day two
After serving nearly three years as the Prime Minister of Australia, Malcolm Turnbull possesses a unique and incredibly timely understanding of the current geopolitical moment.
Sit down, live and in person, with Australia’s former Prime Minister of Australia, to hear his thoughts and valuable insights into issues that are impacting the world and what that means for the future of our nation.
The Hon Malcolm Turnbull AC, 29th Prime Minister of Australia
Sandra Brewer, WA Executive Director, Property Council of Australia
Leaders from across the industry will share their views on emerging trends and demand forecasts, alongside their thoughts on the opportunities and challenges ahead for the property sector.
Scene set: Sally Auld, Chief Investment Officer, JBWere
Deborah Coakley, Executive General Manager, Funds Management, Dexus
Michael O’Brien, Managing Director, QIC Real Estate
Stuart Penklis, Chief Executive Officer, Development – Residential, Commercial & Mixed Use, Mirvac
Jess Adamson, Presenter and Journalist
Two of the world’s best projects will be showcased and discussed in a highly interactive and informative session, providing tangible take-outs for homegrown developments and projects.
Weida Chen, Assistant Vice President, Portfolio Management, CapitaLand
Nina Loo, Director, RSP Architects, Planners & Engineers
Kate Stevenson, Development Director, Fiveight
Placemaking & Business Improvement Districts, New York
Dan Biederman, President, Biederman Redevelopment Ventures
As we increasingly recognise the importance of designing and connecting with Country as an industry and community, the question is no longer ‘why’ but ‘how’.
Tarrkarri – a Centre for first Nations Cultures is a new paradigm that showcases the past, present and future of Aboriginal cultures while supporting contemporary art practices and events across disciplines.
Grounded on Kaurna land, the design at Lot Fourteen originates from the Aboriginal conception of the elements that link us to place: earth, land and sky. The design narrative for the building is based on the deep Aboriginal connection to country, place and kin, with connected layers being the foundation of the design.
Rosina Di Maria, Principal, Adelaide Studio Chair, Woods Bagot
The retail scene is holding strong, despite rising inflation and cost of living worries. What are the current drivers and emerging trends? How are landlords and tenants supporting each other? What are the predictions for the ever-evolving landscape of Australian retail?
Michelle Abbey, Executive General Manager Town Centres Commercial Property, Stockland
Ralph Kemmler, Managing Director, Woolworths Property
Nicole Lazarou, General Manager Property, Retail Apparel Group
Andrew Borger Chief Investments & Operations Officer, Quintessential
The ‘developer’ and ‘landlord’ often have negative connotation in public debate. Our sector provides shelter and enables more Australians to live better, healthier, happier lives. Are we doing enough to seize the opportunity that this presents to collectively build our social license to operate?
Ranisha Clarke, Managing Director, Lendlease Communities
Nicholle Sparkes, General Manager, Delivery & Operations, Frasers Property Australia
Trevor Cooke, Chief Executive Officer, Commercial & General
Tony Randello, Chief Executive Officer, Aveo Group
Amy Menere, Chief Stakeholder Relations & Customer Officer, Mirvac
The industrial and logistics sector is thriving. Despite this, external issues including inflation, increasing demand, and supply chain disruption, have led to the emergence of several challenges that the industry will need to tackle. What is the road ahead?
Richard Stacker, Industrial & Logistics CEO, Charter Hall
Julie Drago, Chief Executive Officer, Realside Ovest
Toni Ryan, Fund Manager, Realterm
Peter Garrett is one of our most prominent living Australians. A renowned activist, the former politician and lead singer of Midnight Oil is a long-time advocate and campaigner on a range of local and global issues. Sit down, live and in person, with an Australian rock legend and former MP as he reflects on activism, politics and reconciliation.
Peter Garrett, Activist, Former Politician & Lead Singer of Midnight Oil
Mike Zorbas, Chief Executive, Property Council of Australia
Q&A - day three
Natasha Stott Despoja AO is a former Senator for South Australia and is the youngest woman ever to enter the Australian Federal Parliament. She is the former inaugural Chair of Our Watch, the national foundation to prevent violence against women and children and in 2020 was elected to a top-level United Nations committee fighting for equality for women.
Sit down, LIVE and in person with the former South Australian senator as she reflects openly on her life during and after politics, with a focus on diversity in leadership and challenging inequality.
Natasha Stott Despoja AO, Australian Politician, Diplomat, Advocate & Author
Mike Zorbas, Chief Executive Officer, Property Council of Australia
Nedd Brockmann is a 24 year old sparky from Central West NSW who is focused on changing the world one step at a time. In 2022 he achieved the unthinkable: 3,953 kilometres in 46 days and 12 hours. Nedd is also now the fastest ever Australian to run across the country and raised $2.5 million for homelessness.
Nedd will take to the stage at Congress to speak about his incredible feat of endurance, his mental and physical journey and how he inspired the nation.
Adrian Byrt, VIC/TAS Event Manager, Property Council of Australia