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CSI Welcomes Terry Davis
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The CSI team is excited to announce that Terry Davis will be available for all of your corporate events and engagements from March 2014. Earlier this year, Davis made the decision to step down after nearly 13 years at the helm as the managing director of Coca-Cola Amatil. When he joined CCA in November 2001, he already had 14 years experience in the global wine industry having worked for the Foster's Group in various positions including Managing Director of Beringer Blass Wine Estates (the wine division of Foster's Group Ltd). He served as Managing Director for Australia at Mildara Blass Limited from 1999 ≠to 2001. He served as Managing Director of Cellarmaster Wines Pty Limited from 1987 to 1997. He has been an Independent Director of Seven Group Holdings Limited since June 1, 2010. He served as Director of St.George Bank Limited from December 17, 2004 to December 2008. He is a Member of the University of New South Wales Council and the Business Council of Australia. Mr. Davis served as Faculty of Commerce Advisory Board - The University of New South Wales. If you would like to enquire about Terry for your next event, please view his profile.

 

CSI Welcomes Maria Atkinson AM
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The team at CSI is delighted to announce that Maria Atkinson AM is now available for all of your corporate events and engagements. Maria is a recognised global leader in sustainability -- recognised for her leadership and strategic vision in driving and delivering commercially successful sustainable outcomes at both a project and organisational level in the property industry - a traditionally male-dominated industry. Maria has been a pivotal player in the global green building movement and in kick-starting the industry's transition in Australia. She was awarded an Order of Australia (AM) in 2012 for her "service to the construction and real estate sector, particularly as a leader and contributor to environmentally sustainable building development in Australia". In 2006 she received a United States Green Building Council Leadership Award recognizing outstanding leadership and commitment to green building and broader sustainability agendas on a global scale. If you would like to enquire about Maria for your next event, please view her profile.

 

Paula Abdul is available for your next event
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Paula Abdul will soon be heading to Australia to take her seat on Network Ten's 2014 'So You Think You Can Dance' judging panel. An an established public speaker, Paula is often engaged to speak at schools and corporate events on the topics of staying focused; tackling bullying; health and fitness; and encouraging people to be their best selves. She was recently engaged by PepsiCo in the US, together with some leading female CEOs, to speak at forums around the world. She has done a lot of Womenís conferences and events but also speaks at various corporations about having heart and passion, how to break into business and how to create star power. She can also offer dance masterclasses or a one-hour fitness session. If you would like to book Paula for your next speaking/MC/ hosting opportunities and engagements visit her profile here.

 

Tickets Still Available for Jane Caro's TEDxSydney Talk
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Tickets are still available for Jane Caro and Clementine Fordís TEDxSydney talk How to Break Up with a Friend Sunday 30 March! The talk will be held at the Sydney Opera House where they are set to unveil their annual All About Women festival! Donít miss this rare opportunity to hear from international and local speakers and immerse oneself in lively conversation about issues that matter to women. You also shouldn't miss this chance to see TED2014 speaker and New York Magazine contributing editor Jennifer Seniorboldly addressing the paradox of modern parenting. To book tickets please visit http://www.sydneyoperahouse.com/.

 

 
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