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Future Melbourne Summit - Shared screen with speaker view
Clive Dwyer CFM
55:02
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Joel Backwell
01:56:18
Great comment about the need for an appetite for change. We’ll look back at COVID as the catalyst we needed to build back better.
Scott Chapman
01:57:06
Great cities are great "walking" cities.
Peter King
03:20:55
Sorry but i have to leave now. Hope to keep connected to the progress of this initiative.
E-ROOM Committee for Melbourne
03:22:39
Thank you for attending Peter!
Joel Backwell
03:25:10
Beyond international students and commercialising research it would be great to see unis take an active role in place making. As major tenants and meeting places for people to come together, what do universities want/need from the city to make it a more liveable and innovative place?
Andrew Wear - City of Melbourne
03:27:50
70% of South Korean 25-34 year olds have a tertiary education. Australia is just 55%. Higher education is an investment we need to make if we want to keep up with our competitors.
Belinda Coates - Slattery
03:30:40
Education that leads to jobs generally is just as important. Many of the TAFE and Tertiary courses are just a stop gap and don't lead to real jobs.
Joel Backwell
03:31:21
I’d love to hear the voice of the next generation. Excuse my ignorance but is there a CfM “sub group” or committee that taps into the innovation, risk taking and creativity of our young people/emerging leaders?
Katherine Hornbuckle, SEC Newgate
03:32:33
That's a great shout out Joel, having greater representation in that space helps shape change
Anthea Roberts
03:33:06
Agree Joel - great idea for each committee to have this
Clive Dwyer CFM
03:33:16
Joel Future Focus Group emerging leadership program, We can brief you...500 in the alumni. Clive
Tony Briggs
03:33:48
Good call Joel.
Rita Romeo | Committee for Melbourne
03:38:19
Link to the 2022 Benchmarking Melbourne Reporthttps://melbourne.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Benchmarking-MelbReport_Final.pdf
Andrew Killer, Jacobs
03:40:12
Beyond students, immigration generally is our lifeblood. Population growth generally underpins better infrastructure, economic growth and cultural vibrancy.
Joel Backwell
03:42:10
Thank you Martine, Brett and team for today’s event. And also to your Martine for your leadership and contribution to CfM over many years.
Feyi Akindoyeni, SEC Newgate
03:42:38
👍🏾
Chrissie H
03:43:19
👏👏👏
Janine Kirk
03:43:51
Well done to everyone at the CfM for starting what is a very important conversation if wwe are to address the future with confidence and success
Jeff Malone BioMelbourne Network
03:43:57
Great afternoon! Well done!
Jacqui Savage
03:44:02
👏👏👏
Melissa Sweetland, CCO MCEC
03:44:33
Congratulations Matt
Jennifer Marks
03:44:35
Thankyou - my first cfm event. looking forward to shaping our amazing city for the future :-)
Jeff Malone BioMelbourne Network
03:45:06
We'll miss you Martine!
Sophia
03:45:08
All the very best Martine, outstanding effort
Leanne Edwards
03:45:30
Thanks Martine for your leadership. We will miss you.
Anthea Roberts
03:45:41
Great kick off - thanks to all those involved in organising
Richard Ponsford
03:45:54
Great legacy Martine, well done!!
Rob Saunders
03:47:43
Congratulations Martine & the CfM team on today (& the mountain of work that went into getting to this point) … and good luck Martine in your new role. CfM will miss your professionalism, passion and pride in Melbourne.
Nadine Russell
03:48:09
Thanks very much all! Great conversation and well run session
Claire Manson
03:48:19
Thank you Martine and everyone