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The gender agenda gaining momentum for Transport & Logistics

The Women in Transport Breakfast hosted by the Queensland Trucking Association.

The Queensland Trucking Association (QTA) is holding its International Women’s Day Breakfast in March by celebrating the achievements of ‘Women in Road Transport’.

It is an event well worth attending to see how you can improve your business and ramp up productivity by including women in strategic and non-traditional roles in your workplace.Finding and retaining staff is an ongoing issue with the industry and this event has some of the best minds when it comes to training, attaining and retaining staff.

The feature of the Breakfast will be an Industry Panel of industry champions who are leading the way with diversity initiatives, workforce development and generational change within the Transport & Logistics Industry.

The Panel will be facilitated by Louise Perram-Fisk, Managing Director, Emberin and includes 2012 QTA Trucking Woman of the Year Award winner, Tracie Dickenson (Daryl Dickenson Transport), Paul Kalhert, All Purpose Transport and 2012 QTA Ltd People Leadership Award Winner for ‘Project APT’, Kevin Campbell, CEO Transpacific Industries Group and Nicole Holyer, DP World and 2012 SCLAA(Q) Future Leader.

The Breakfast will be held at the Brisbane Golf Club 70 Tennyson Memorial Ave, Yeerongpilly on Wednesday March 6 from 7am (7:15am start) to 9:30am. Cost per person – $30.00 or Table of 8 – $200.00. there are limited spaces so get in quick. Contact the QTA Ltd office on Phone: 07 3394 4388 or Email Lisa Acret or Justine Parkes or download the form on the QTA website.

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