Future business speakers on show this Friday evening

International energy expert Saul Griffith is the headline speaker at Tuggerah. Image: Jeff Kubina

The Central Coast Sustainability Association is hosting a power pack of local and international business speakers on Friday evening at the Red Tree Theatre in Tuggerah.

The event branded R.E.E.L. Talks has a series of speakers, leaders in their fields who will be speaking on ‘How the future can be cleaner and more prosperous for everyone?’

Building on the success of the 2020 Sustainable showcase event, the CCSA is expanding into inspiring educational events to build a more resilient and sustainable local economy and community.

The headline speaker is Saul Griffith, an Australian engineer and inventor who has worked for the last 20+ years between MIT and Silicon valley developing sustainable products from Kites that generate electricity to robotic prostheses to super-efficient heat pumps.

Saul is back in Australia promoting his vision for a carbon free world having just published his latest book “The Big Switch” where he sets out a roadmap for Australia to become an economic superpower on the back of renewable energy.

In this talk, Saul will demonstrate what we can do with existing technologies to at the community level to improve the health, wealth and environment here on the central coast.

The event wills start at 6pm and include dinner and business networking opportunities.

Other speakers on the night include Barbara Kelty, CEO of Milestone Bellanova marketing, Sam Kirk, principal scientist at Star Scientific, Daniel Orris, GM of Stabilised Pavements of Australia & Trevor Hartshorne , Chairman for Jazoodle accounting software app.

Open discussions will be held on Young Entrepreneurs and the role of education and schooling.

More information on the event can be found at the REEL Talks website – www.reeltalks.com.au

David Abrahams

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