The Collaboration Game

The collaboration game: Thinking global and growing local

April 10, 2018, 9am-4.30pm
Brother Fox, Deakin University (Building H)

Lyndoch Living is proud to host this day-long regional conference in Warrnambool on April 10, 2018.

The program brings together a range of regionally and nationally acclaimed presenters to explore the critical importance of collaboration in regional economies.

Through inspiring presentations, local case studies and panel discussions, this conference examines what regional businesses will need to grow and sustain momentum, and what practices should be embedded now to ensure future success.

Guest Speakers

Dr Sally Cockburn
GP and Health Advocate
Event MC
Bernard Salt
Special Adviser to KPMG, Author and Columnist
Workforce development and what it means for our region
David Rowlinson
Planet Ark
Benefits of Timber
Tina Manolitsas
CEO Marketing Strategy IQ
Building multi-generational teams
Dr Scott Grierson
Managing Director Pacific Heat and Power
The business case for regional energy security, business continuity and cost competitiveness
Frank Zeigler
CEO Professional Diving Services
Innovation through collaboration
Swee Mak
Director, Strategic Innovation & Innovation Professor, Research, Innovation & Entrepreneurship | RMIT University
Innovation for impact
Doreen Power
CEO Lyndoch Living
Non-tangible benefits of collaboration
Michael Nagorcka
Director, Waltanna Farms
Farming and innovation

The conference concludes with the South West Community Foundation’s “Grazing” event, 4.30-6.00pm,  where you can enjoy a drink and local produce while hearing about the community benefits of philanthropy.

Who should attend?

Any person with an interest in:

  • regional communities and economies
  • collaboration
  • workforce development
  • innovation
  • building teams/networks
  • local business

Conference registrations

Conference and Community Grazing event – $165

Community Grazing event only $30

(All prices are inclusive of GST. Bookings including the “Grazing event” are a $30 donation to the South West Community Foundation and tax-deductible)


Roselie Morey
Phone (03) 5559 3460
Mobile 0428 756 846
Email [email protected]

Stephen Grigson
Phone (03) 5559 3475
Mobile 0415 498 754
Email [email protected]

Lyndoch Living
Hopkins Road
Warrnambool VICTORIA 3280
Phone (03) 5561 9300


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