Cities of the Future and their impact on business
Rapid changes in technology combined with the growth of the services sector is forever changing the way cities function. Much of our planning and economic development thinking, however, is based on obsolete ideas of urban development, employment, society and industry. Our very near future is going to forever change strategies for economic growth and turn urban planning on its head. Understanding this is what “Cities of the Future” is all about.
We are very pleased to announce that Tony Crabb, National Head of Research at Savills Australia, will be our guest speaker at our first Quarterly Economic Breakfast of 2017.
Please join us for breakfast at the Langham on Wednesday 29 March to learn about how Cities of the Future and urban planning can influence your business strategies.
Quarterly Economic Update: Cities of the Future
Wed 29 March, 7:30am - 9:00am
The Langham, Melbourne
Tony Crabb is currently National Head of Research at Savills, a leading global real estate service provider. Tony works with a team of 9 researchers and oversees the production of over 250 reports a year. Tony is an advisor to the Reserve Bank of Australia where he is part of their business liaison unit. Tony is also an advisor to the Federal Department of Treasury and Chair of the Advisory Board of the Property and Real Estate Faculty at Deakin University.