Top project management and advisory firm Siecap showcased its expertise at the Project Management Institute Queensland’s recent Business Innovation Thought Leadership Forum at QUT Gardens Point, City.
Held last Tuesday night at QUT’s Executive Education Centre, the PMIQ event – entitled “Delivering Global Innovation in a Disrupted Project World” – was proudly sponsored and attended by Siecap.
Over 100 people were in attendance, with the evening hosted by leading entrepreneurs, innovators, strategists and academics.
Top talent included presenters Little Tokyo Two Director and QUT Starters mentor, Jock Fairweather and PwC Chair In Digital Economy at QUT, Professor Marek Kowalkiewicz.
It was chiefly designed to allow project professionals to gain exposure to new ideas and approaches to pursuing innovation within their own industry.
It also offered business leaders real-world advice, project tips and techniques and opportunities to collaborate, engage and connect with like-minded project professionals.
Siecap CEO David Irvine said he was thrilled to both attend and sponsor the forum.
“This was a hugely successful networking event, which Siecap was proud to be a part of,” Mr Irvine said. “Siecap and PMIQ have a close partnership which allows us showcase our respective thought leadership”.
“It all comes back to business innovation – it’s the key to whether you survive or thrive in the current market.”
Siecap excels at three core areas: project development and project management, cost optimisation, performance improvement and supply chain and logistics. Its veteran advisors offer first-class technical skills and an extensive knowledge base.
The company’s blue-chip clients include Transport For NSW, Caltex, Mercedes-Benz, Nexans Olex, Origin Energy, Incitec Pivot, AGL Energy, Staples, Toyota, Super Amart, Super Retail Group, Fletcher Insulation and more.
Siecap is a gold sponsor of PMIQ forums.