- July 25, 2017
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
The implementation of the Federal Government’s National Science and Innovation Agenda saw the creation of six Growth Centres, including both METS Ignited and National Energy Resources Australia (NERA). New opportunities exist for both funding and collaboration in the broader resources area. Progressing the development and adoption of new innovations can be difficult in this challenging space, and access to such funding and collaboration opportunities at the right time can provide companies with a significant advantage during their commercialisation endeavours.
The Resources Innovation Group (RIG) invites you to our next event at which Peter Clarke of METS Ignited and Jill Stajduhar of NERA will present in an environment designed to provide opportunity for questions and consultation around funding and collaboration opportunities which could significantly benefit your business.
If you are involved in the areas of mining equipment, technology and services (METS) or energy resources, including the oil, gas, coal seam gas, coal and uranium sectors, come join us to learn how best to practically position yourself to take advantage of the opportunities available with both METS Ignited and NERA.
Peter Clarke, General Manager Industry Engagement, METS Ignited
Peter has spent most of his career in technology development and commercialisation in a range of industries including mining, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals and agriculture.
He was the WA Innovator of the Year in 2007, a University of Sydney Innovation Hero in 2011 and accepted the Australian Museum Eureka Commercialisation prize for Scanalyse in 2013. Peter was the founding CEO of Scanalyse Pty Ltd, a spin out METS company from Curtin University. Scanalyse was successfully sold to Outotec in 2013. Peter has recently joined METS Ignited to help drive growth in the Australian METS sector.
Jill Stajduhar, General Manager Industry Research and Innovation, NERA
As General Manager Industry Research and Innovation for the National Energy Resources Australia (NERA), Jill draws on extensive strategic industry research experience in joint-venture and research & development management, and has facilitated collaborative business partnerships between small and large companies and the research community. Jill has led international and local businesses across several industry sectors in the UK and Australia. Jill has degrees in Finance, Marketing, Social Impact and Management and is a graduate of AICD.
Date: Tuesday 25 July 2017
Time: 5.15pm for a 5.30pm start – presentation followed by refreshments & networking
Venue: The Celtic Club, 48 Ord Street, West Perth
Cost: No charge – though registration is required to reserve your place.
Please click here to register your attendance.