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ICHCA SA Luncheon Forum: Business in SA - The Charter for Prosperity
West Lakes, South Australia, Australia - 27 June 2018
Seminar / workshop

Vincent Tremaine was the CEO of Flinders Ports Holdings for 16 years until he stood down in March 2018 to pursue an expanded career as a non-executive director.  He is currently Chairman of Business SA (SA Chamber of Commerce & Industry), Director and immediate past Chairman of Ports Australia, a Director of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator, and will be adding two new Board roles later in the year.  All are non-executive positions.

His career experiences include financial positions in the manufacturing, printing and publishing industries followed by a period in marketing and sales and then a long career in transport, infrastructure and ports, 20 years of which were in the role of CEO or GM.

27 June 2018

The Lakes Resort Hotel, Brebner Drive, West Lakes

Contact for booking / more info:
Deb Warda
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