Sue Young, Narelle Legge and James Schirmer preparing for the conference.
Sue Young, Narelle Legge and James Schirmer preparing for the conference. Bianca Box

Event to showcase Gladstone

THE seventh Annual Golding Conference is just around the corner and as one of Gladstone’s leading industry events for the year it is one not to be missed.

Run over two days, the event includes details about upcoming projects, new ideas and concepts for Gladstone and a gala dinner to top of a great event.

Sponsored by Golding Contractors, the conference is aimed at promoting future goals and directions for Gladstone.

Golding CEO Geoff Caton has said that Gladstone is positioned for enormous growth in upcoming years.

“Gladstone is uniquely positioned as the nominated hub for enormous industrial development over the next decade and beyond,” Mr Caton said.

“The Golding Industry Conference 2010 provides a timely opportunity for industry to showcase the full scope and breadth of likely development within the Gladstone region.”

Held at CQUniversity, registrations for the event are being accepted now.

For further information on the event, telephone Sue at Gladstone Engineering Alliance on 4972 9060.



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