Brisbane 2033: Legacy Project

Business of the Games #10: Earning social licence for the Games

Join us for the tenth instalment in our Business of the Games series, “Earning Social License for the Games”.
A timely and important discussion on building trust, support and confidence in our Brisbane 2032 Games and its ability to deliver an aspirational and inclusive value proposition for all Queenslanders.
Joining Kerry Scott, Global Lead of Environment and Society at Mott MacDonald, will be;
Kerry Petersen – Chief Impact Officer, Brisbane 2032 Organising Committee;
Dr Caroline Riot- Director of Games Engagement & Partnership, Griffith University; and
Jake Anson – General Manager of Infrastructure, Strategy and Government Relations, Brisbane Lions
Kerry Scott will present her insights and experiences from the London and Paris Games and be joined by a expert panel to unpack the local opportunities and challenges facing the Brisbane Games in this critical phase of developing community support across Queensland.
Register your spot below.
Event Details:
When: Tuesday, 21st May
Where: Mott MacDonald, Level 14, 175 Eagle Street, Brisbane
Time: 5:00pm – 6:30pm
RSVP: Friday, 17th May
We look forward to seeing you then!
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The Committee For Brisbane acknowledges the First Nations People of the region and their continuing connection to and care of the land, waters and community of that region.
We also pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

Photos by Tony Elsom