WEBINAR | Forestry’s changing landscape: Economic drivers and considerations for our future

Join us for an insightful webinar featuring Tim Woods (Managing Director, IndustryEdge) and Mick Stephens (CEO, Timber QLD; Director, Forestry Australia) who will delve into the critical economic factors and changing landscape that is shaping forestry in Australia. Tim Woods will explore the economic drivers and trends influencing forestry businesses and discuss cyclical changes and long-term trends. Tim will also provide valuable pointers for the next few years and highlight key economic data points to watch, offering insights to assist with understanding the economic landscape. Mick Stephens will provide his insights into the structural changes occurring within the forest sector, reflect on forestry’s future and discuss the considerations and opportunities these changes present for the future of forestry in Australia. Attendees will better understand our shifting operating environment and receive insights that may assist as we navigate, identify opportunities and innovate through this changing landscape.

Date: Wednesday 24 July
Time: 12:30 – 1:30pm (AEST)
RFP CPD Points: 1.00

Everyone who registers:

  • Receives a link and joining instructions 24 hours before the webinar commences
  • Receives a recording of the webinar, so if you can’t listen live you can listen later

Forestry Australia Member: $10 | Non-Member: $60 | Student members: Free
Registrations close: 10am, Tuesday 23 July

Tim Woods

Tim Woods is Managing Director of IndustryEdge, Australia and New Zealand’s leading supply chain, trade, market intelligence and strategy firm in the fibre resources and wood processing sectors. Tim’s specific expertise is in the fibre supply chain, publishing regular analysis and insights across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. He leads IndustryEdge’s consulting services to business, industry, investors and government clients and speaks and presents at a wide range of events in the region.

Mick Stephens

Mick is the Chief Executive Officer for Timber Queensland. Mick has served the interests of the forest industries of Australia for many years and was previously the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Forest Products Association. He is a resource economist with 30 years’ experience in applied research and policy both nationally and overseas, including public sector roles in ABARES, the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics, CSIRO and the Canadian Forest Service. Mick is both a Churchill and Gottstein Fellow and holds a Bachelor of Economics, post graduate qualifications in environmental science and a Master of Forestry. He is a Director of Forestry Australia, an Associate Director with First Super and sits on a number of Queensland Government advisory bodies.

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