2015 News Archive

28.04.15

Call for contributions open for 2015 SEGRA Conference

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Sustaining Economic Growth for Regional Australia, SEGRA, is being held in Bathurst this year, hosted by Charles Sturt University.

The conference is the leading platform for regional leaders and decision makers to come together to advance the future of Australia's regions.

The SEGRA steering committee is seeking expressions of interest from individuals and organisations seeking to participate in the conference as a speaker or discussant.

The conference provides a key opportunity for regional organisations to highlight their ideas and examples of effective and innovative regional development projects on a national platform.

For more information on how to submit an expression of interest visit the SEGRA website or download the information sheet here.

WRI is a Silver Sponsor of SEGRA 2015.


17.08.15

2015 SEGRA Conference Registrations

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WRI are proud to be Silver Sponsors for the 2015 SEGRA conference. The nationally recognised conference was designed to assist regional, rural and remote Australia in sourcing and identifying the techniques, skills and issues impacting these regions to achieve sustainable economic growth and development.

As part of our involvement with this year's conference WRI will be hosting the October 21 luncheon, with a showcase of some of our projects to date.

Registrations are open for the 2015 conference. Click on the Register Now link above and select from single day conference registrations to the full 3 days, with your choice of networking events and workshops to attend.

Discounts apply for full time students and for conference speakers.

Functions include a variety of breakfast, lunch and networking dinner sessions with keynote speakers. The final night conference dinner also includes a Film Festival screening.

There is also a selection of pre-conference events; including

  • The Bathurst Heritage Trail walking tour
  • Regional Collaborative Investment Summit, or
  • Rural Regional Remote Research Agenda

Register Now