RA Industry Luncheon with Kim Evans (Hobart)
30/03/2021 12:00 to 30/03/2021 14:30
Venue: The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
We're delighted to host Kim Evans, Secretary, Department of State Growth, who will give the industry an update on future projects for the State's transport and infrastructure pipeline.
Date: Tuesday 30 March
Time: 12 noon pre-lunch drinks for a 12.30pm prompt sit down; 2.30pm close
Where: The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania, Marieville Esplanade, Sandy Bay
Diet: Please inform us if you have special dietary requirements
Members Seat - $143 (inc GST)
Non Members Seat - $185.90 (inc GST)
Member Corporate Tables (8 Seats) - $1,144 (inc GST)
Non Member Corporate Tables (8 Seats) - $1,487.20 (inc GST)
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Kim Evans, Secretary, Department of State Growth
Kim has been a Head of Agency in Tasmania for over twenty years and was appointed Secretary of the Department of State Growth in September 2014, where he works closely with the Office of the Coordinator-General.
He has previously represented the Tasmanian Government on several state and national boards and committees including the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture, the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies and Tasmanian Irrigation.
Kim currently sits on the Boards of the Macquarie Point Development Corporation, Tasmanian Leaders, and the Theatre Royal, and is the State Government's representative on the Board of SALTAS, a company established to assist the development of the Tasmanian salmon and trout industry.
He supports growth in Tasmania’s visitor economy as a member of the Premier’s Visitor Economy Advisory Council, and the T21 Steering committee, and is the state’s representative on several national bodies including the Transport and Infrastructure Senior Officials' Committee.
Kim is a graduate of the University of Tasmania where he completed his degree and Honours majoring in Science and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.