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Strategic Research and Analysis

Peter Taylor, The Globalisation and World Cities Project, Loughborough, UK

Susan Oliver, Futures Alliance


Technology Strategy and Policy Development

Prof. John Houghton, Director of the Information Technologies and the Information Economy Program, Centre for Strategic Economic Studies, Victoria University

Richard Curtain, Curtain Consulting

Prof Greg Hearn, Creative Industries Research and Applications Centre, Queensland University of Technology


Regional Knowledge Economies

Mark Hepworth, Local Futures, London


Workplace of the Future

Prof Peter Standen, Australian EMERGENCE Project, Edith Cowan University, Perth

Prof Simon Kaplan, Head of School Information Technology and Electrical Engineering , University of Queensland

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