The Triple Bottom Line - ESG
 People Planet Profit

June 15th, QT Hotel. 

What’s driving change in investment?

The WA Croatian Chamber of Commerce held a breakfast event - discussing the triple bottom line, environment, social and governance. People Planet and Profit - the changes driving investment. Lidia Kukulj was MC to our breakfast event with leaders across the chamber's communities of interest.

We were so proud to have David Hearn, Sally Arnold and Chris Oughton discuss and present the topic that organisations will need to assess their approaches to investment.

Sally Arnold, Director of SellMedia International. Sally has led several multi-media platform, international and local campaigns for her clients in sectors that include Energy, Government, & Tourism. An A-Z of leading companies ANZ, BHP, Cisco, GHD, Microsoft, Telstra along with federal and state investment and tourism boards.

In 2021 she was approached by the federal Global Australia Taskforce to assist in creating a bespoke advertising content program for attracting global talent and business to Australia. Working closely with the Bloomberg media team this program went live on July 1 into key international markets across 5 key sectors, including Critical Minerals and Renewable Energy.

David Hearn: the Head of Strategy and Partnerships for the Bloomberg Media Group. He has over 18 years of experience in roles spanning business attraction, brand planning and messaging. Over the years, David has worked across some of the most iconic markets including Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand in attracting foreign investment.

Phil Walleystack - CEO from the Indigenous Arts Foundation provided an inspiring Welcome to Country.

Kwinana Industries Council

Chris Oughton -  the direct and indirect employment of around 30,000 workers and contribution of around $16Bn into the WA economy annually. The KIA is regarded as one of the world’s best practice examples of industrial symbiosis in action, with over 170 inter-company product and by-product exchanges.

Resolving industry infrastructure constraints, protecting the industrial buffer zone, decarbonisation of the industrial area, pursuit of the new container port in Kwinana, and pressing for the establishment of Kwinana’s ‘Lithium Valley’ on the world stage.

Luke Jurcevic provided the chambers year in review - locally, regionally and internationally.

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