US audiences have enthusiastically welcomed the sustainable tourism and inter-cultural insights presented in lectures by Australian eco-tourism expert Denise Goodfellow.
Denise, a Darwin-based author who also runs an eco-tourism business, started the US lecture tour earlier this month in the north western state of Washington.
Topics covered during Denise’s two-month lecture tour include the wildlife and wetlands of northern Australia, bird watching in the Top End and indigenous perspectives on conservation.
Australian technology entrepreneur Marty Gauvin has left Hostworks, the company he founded 10 years ago, after successfully overseeing its acquisition by Broadcast Australia.
Although Marty intends to maintain a number of roles within not-for-profit organisations and fulfil his existing public speaking engagements, his immediate intention is to look at the available opportunities for starting a new business.
Marty said the move on from Hostworks was a logical progression in his professional development. “I’m confident I leave Hostworks in good hands, with a strong management team and an excellent track record in terms of customer care and support,” he said.
A Cisco Systems technology event in Adelaide this week is nearly 80 per cent subscribed as its South Australian customers and partners seek a peek at its latest products.
Cisco Technology Solutions 2009 is a one-day show touring major capital cities across Australia and New Zealand. At the event, Cisco will demonstrate how its business strategies and leading-edge technologies are helping organisations to virtualise, mobilise and optimise resources, people and information assets for a sustained business advantage.