About this event
The 2032 Brisbane Olympics may still be a decade away however development and infrastructure projects are ready to break ground following planning discussions between the Brisbane City Council and the International Olympics Committee.
An independent economic assessment by KPMG, commissioned by the Queensland government, has indicated the Games will deliver a total benefit of $8.1 billion for Queensland and $17.61 billion for Australia. The Brisbane Games are predicted to result in the creation of approximately 123,000 full time equivalent jobs nationally and 91,600 FTET.
Leadership and technical excellence from the engineering profession will be critical to the success of these games, across the multiple industry sectors. Join our experts as they analyse and discuss engineering the vision of the 2032 Brisbane Olympics.
Who should attend?
All disciplines and sectors.
About the speakers
Partner, Management Consulting, KPMG
Ron is the National Lead Partner of KPMG’s Sport, Major Venues & Events practice. Ron has significant experience in the sport and recreation sector where he has partnered with government and sporting organisations at all levels across Australia to deliver better sporting infrastructure outcomes. Ron was also Lead Partner for the Queensland Government’s 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Economic and Social Benefits Assessment Report that underpinned the State’s Games bid.
Please note: This event is available as a webinar only. Register to access webinar details.
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