Business of Architecture - Part Three
Join Robert Peake for the last webinar in his important and engaging series on the Business of Architecture.
In the final ACA Insight National Webinar for 2015 Robert Peake concludes his discussion of the main elements that make up an architectural business.
Robert Peake is a Director of Management for Design. He develops and implements financial and business management strategies, drawing on an extensive background in management consulting across a variety of industries, including banking and finance, manufacturing, entertainment, retail and design.
Robert has specialist expertise in strategic direction, financial management production and operations, performance management and industrial law.
Wednesday, 11 November, 2015
WA 9.30am registration for 10–11 am
Qld 11.30am for 12–1pm
SA, NT 12 noon registration for 12.30–1.30 pm
NSW, ACT, Vic, Tas 12.30 pm registration for 1–2 pm
Includes a light lunch at the venue of your choice.
Book online here. Bookings close COB Monday, 9 November.
For further information contact
Michelle Eades firstname.lastname@example.org mob 0432 646 711.
This event will deliver one hour of formal CPD.
The ACA National Webinars are hosted by ACA members across Australia. Members located close to a host office meet with others over a simple lunch, combining professional development with an opportunity to chat with fellow members and actively participate in the national discussion.
Members located remotely, regionally, or at a distance from a host office are able to login online. You will be sent details of this once you have booked.
Venues are listed below.
AC and A Architects
3/28 Thynne Street, Bruce.
Ph 6282 4311.
New South Wales
Fulton Trotter Architects
Level 3, 35 Spring Street
Bondi Junction Ph 02 9369 5941
Suite 2, 19 Harris Street
Pyrmont Ph 02 8569 5000
Unit 13, 829 Old Northern Road
10 Elder Place
Meyer Shircore and Associates
Suite 2, Ground Floor, 437 Roberts Road,
Subiaco WA 6008
Level 7, 232 Victoria Parade
18 Portman Lane
South Australian members will log in individually, using remote access
Tasmanian members will log in individually, using remote access