Wednesday, February 21, 2007

ICT Industry In Australia, Canberra, 21 March 2007

The talk I organized by the AIIA has been incorporated into a Toyota ANU Public Lecture Series, so make sure you book to get a seat:
Toyota ANU Public Lecture Series 2007

Sheryle MoonThe ICT Industry In Australia
Sheryle Moon
CEO, Australian Information Industry Association

Wednesday 21 March 2007, 4-5pm
Room N101, Computer Science and Information Technology Building, North Road, ANU

This lecture is free and open to the public. Please RSVP as seating is limited. RSVP email only E: deanne.drummond (a)

The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) leads the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry in Australia. AIIA comprises almost 500 member companies that generate combined annual revenues of more than $40 billion, employ 100,000 Australians, and export more than $2 billion in goods and services each year. This public lecture will discuss the strategic direction of the Australian ICT industry and the changes in public policy that are needed to accelerate business growth.

Sheryle Moon is the Chief Executive Officer of the AIIA. Sheryle has worked in the ICT sector for more than 25 years in senior leadership positions including Vice President of Computer Sciences Corporation, and a managing partner of Accenture. In 1999, she was named Australian Business Woman of the Year, and she currently sits on a number of Australian Government advisory boards.

Moon has a Bachelor of Economics (ANU) and a number of postgraduate qualifications, including a Masters of Management in Technology. ANU Colege of Enginering & Computer Science presents:

The views expressed in this lecture are those of the presenter and do not necessarily represent the views of ANU or Toyota Australia. CRICOS# 00120C

For more information on the Toyota ANU lecture series T: 6125 4144

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