Major Projects Forum – Thursday 28th October – Tickets selling fast
Posted on October 12th, 2021
Widely regarded as premier forum for canvassing project developments in the region, the 2021 Major Projects Forum will address future industry investments of over $5bn through to 2024/25.
Capricorn Enterprise thanks our Event Partners CQG Consulting and John Holland Group for sponsoring the 2021 Major Projects Forum. We look forward to a day of collaboration, networking and sharing on Thursday the 28th of October.
Our 2021 Forum is the fourth year Capricorn Enterprise has hosted this significant industry event – register here.
This year’s Major Projects Forum welcomes a fabulous line-up of speakers, showcasing a range of major projects which continue to drive regional growth and employment.
With a view to emerging project opportunities in defence, mining, water, hydrogen, renewable energy and rail infrastructure, the conference scope is focused on key themes of future energy, project delivery, technology and innovation and local content.
As Central Queensland currently undergoes a boom period brought about through billions of dollars worth of development, the forum will highlight construction and supply opportunities, and provide an outline for local businesses as to how they can become involved in projects planned and underway.
Detailed information, including program and tickets (registration link) to the Forum can be purchased by clicking on the link below:
Capricorn Enterprise CEO, Mary Carroll believes that this year’s forum will be a game-changer for local businesses and a diverse range of industry across Central Queensland.
“With a focus on innovation, networking and emerging prospective developments, this event will inform and educate on our robust economy and address the apparent need to further attract skilled labour to continue building our workforce,” Mary said.
“Central Queensland continues to be one of the fastest growing regions outside of South East Queensland and the annual Major Projects Forum ensures that local industry representatives remain up-to-date and confident in the region’s performance.”