Adam Eady - RSM Albury
Topic: Spotlight on the Riverina: RSM's 2030 Big Picture Series
RSM's 2030 Big Picture series has launched and is offering perspectives on economic growth for economically and socially thriving regional areas in Australia.
RSM have recently completed an in-depth study of investment opportunities in the New South Wales Riverina region from now until 2030, highlighting emerging investment and growth opportunities.
The report highlights the region's liveability and natural resources, as well as government investment and expansion of industrial areas, transportation, and energy generation.
In this presentation, RSM in Albury Principal Adam Eady will discuss the perspectives on the economic opportunities for our region.
About the speaker:
Adam is a Principal of the Business Advisory division at RSM in Albury. He provides a hands-on approach to help businesses off and onsite. He evaluates and assesses their issues, assisting in suggesting and establishing improved internal systems, to maximize on financial analysis and improvement.
He provides unique insights to help clients make critical, smart business and financial decisions, taking into account local and national issues that are faced by small to large businesses. Since Adam holds onsite and business advisory experience within the Agribusiness, Hospitality, and Property and Construction sectors, he is well placed to provide clear and concise advice to these businesses.
Matt Burke, David Clancy & Michael Kalimnois - Albury Wodonga Health
Topic: Albury Wodonga Health Master Planning Update
Albury Wodonga Health has a bold vision to become Australia?s leading regional health service. Our vision is to grow with our cross-border community to provide the best regional healthcare in Australia, increase the range and complexity of local services, and build local skills and expertise to deliver comprehensive healthcare close to home.
This month we started our Master Planning process - a process that outlines the roadmap for capital infrastructure investment needed for the next 10 to 20 years, to deliver the healthcare and specialist services the Border community deserves.
Come along and get an understanding of the key themes of Master Planning and the opportunities to be involved.
About the speakers:
The Albury Wodonga Health Board, Executive and Clinicians are united in the vision to deliver increased and expanded healthcare for the Border community, closer to home. Presenters include Matt Burke, OAM (AWH Board Chair), Michael Kalimnios (AWH CEO) and David Clancy (AWH Director of Emergency and Intensive Care Services).