Join us as we host John Perry, Coordinator-General, Office of the Tasmanian Coordinator-General at our next Launceston RA Leaders’ lunch. These lunches are complimentary for RA members to attend and are an opportunity for an open discussion with senior industry leaders. Registration is no guarantee of a place and we will advise in due course if your expression of interest is successful.
In partnership with:
Office of the Tasmanian Coordinator-General
John Perry is the inaugural Coordinator-General. The Office of the Coordinator-General is responsible for attracting investment, facilitating major projects and reducing the regulatory burden for business in the state.
Before taking on this role, John was based in New York and the Commercial Lead for the Atlantic Joint Business between American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia and Finnair.
Prior to New York, John managed Europe Business Planning for American Airlines, based in London having joined the airline on their fast track leadership program following completion of his MBA at the University of Cambridge in 2009.
Before his Masters, John was Head of Innovation and Enterprise for one of London's largest universities, where he and his team facilitated and developed the University's commercial activity.
Prior to that career transition, he was a senior corporate transactions lawyer with a 'top-10' London-headquartered international law firm having earlier been a partner with a large Australasian firm.
Dress code: Business attire
Dietaries: Please inform of any dietary requirements 2 weeks prior to the event
Please Note: RA leaders lunches are for RA members only.
Registering your interest is no guarantee of place. You will be advised in due course if your request is successful. All enquiries should be directed to email@example.com
Cancellations should be notified in writing by email. Cancellations received prior to one week before the event will receive a full refund less 25%. No refund will be applicable for cancellations received after one week prior to the event although substitute delegates are welcomed