Date posted: 05/10/2021 4 min read

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  • Regional Manager Update
  • Tasmanian Council Update from Chair, Mark Leis FCA
  • Looking for ways to interact with Tasmanian university students?

Regional Manager's update

Dear members,

Hope you are all keeping well.

As mentioned in this week’s newsletter, please click on the story below to read Tasmanian Council Chair, Mark Leis’ latest update. 

As also mentioned, we have an opportunity for members to take part in an Integrated Reporting and Thinking virtual classroom on 24 November which will cover key topics and principles of creating long term sustainable value for business. Learn about the ‘with what’, ‘how’ and ‘why’ way of integrating sustainability into your business models. Find out more and register.

As always, please let me know if you have any queries about any of these items or any aspect of your membership at [email protected]

Regards,

Andrew Quinlan CA
Regional Manager – Victoria and Tasmania

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