Engineers Australia Organises Thought Leaders Forum

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Doha, Qatar: Engineers Australia Qatar Chapter, in collaboration with Western Australia Trade and Invest, organised a Thought Leaders Forum at the Australian Embassy premises recently.

The forum provided an excellent opportunity for attendees to gain insights into the latest trends and opportunities for investors, migrants, and students.

The event was addressed by Ambassador of Australia to Qatar, H E Jonathan Muir; Aziz Saba of Invest and Trade WA, and President of Engineers Australia Qatar Chapter Tamer Naguib. The event was hosted by master of ceremony Nazia Ziauddin.

Engineers Australia is playing a pivotal role in bringing the professional engineers and industry on one platform to enhance collaboration and amplifying the cause of the profession in general and Australian companies in particular, said the Australian envoy to Qatar H E Jonathan Muir. The panel discussion was moderated by Deputy President of Engineers Australia Qatar Chapter, Asif Rahmany, and included esteemed panellists comprising Aziz Saba (Invest and Trade WA), Prof. John Evans and Prof. Pon Selvan (Curtin University), Omid Honari (Navitas), Karan Joshi (Aussizz Group), Diana Monis (Austrade), and Astley Pung (Engineers Australia).

The panel discussion covered a wide range of topics ranging from investment opportunities in Australia in general and Western Australia in particular, current trends in migration, path for skilled migration, and the newly launched Global Talent visa program for highly talented immigrants, which allows people over the age of 45 years.

The event was organised under the patronage of Nashid Chowdhury, the Western Australia Investment and Trade Commissioner, India-Gulf.

The panel discussion and Engineers Australia's Global Business Manager Astley Pung's visit to Qatar are part of ongoing efforts to forge partnerships and collaborations with key stakeholders in the region.

Engineers Australia is an international forum for engineering, representing over 100,000 members across all disciplines and stages of their careers. It is the trusted voice of the engineering profession and has a long-standing commitment to promoting the highest standards of engineering excellence.

The organisation promotes engineering excellence and innovation, advocates for the profession's interests, and provides support and professional development opportunities for its members.


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