Hear from experienced engineers on how to successfully navigate engineering firms through difficult economic times now and towards the future.Amid an economic recession and towards an uncertain future, being on top of your business is being more resilient to crisis and more capable of finding opportunities while dealing with the disruption caused by the current situation.
Although Australia's economy has plunged into its first recession in nearly 30 years, suffering the economic fallout from the coronavirus, a lot of good work and efforts has been done by the engineering industry and sharing successful strategies used so far is the best way to drive economic recovery.
Presented by a panel of engineers and industry leaders
Host: Shafat Qazi, Founder & CEO at BQE Software
After graduating from the State University of New York, Shafat worked at David C. Breiholz, Inc in California. He went on to become a partner in the firm and was appointed the chairman of Structural Engineers Association (SEAOC) Computer Applications Committee. While working as an engineer, Shafat also developed a billing software for professional services firms and eventually left his firm to devote himself full-time to the new company - today BQE Software.
- Erin Sweeney, Western Australia Manager at MEC Mining
Erin is an experienced mining professional who has worked across a broad range of commodities including gold, base metals, iron ore, and coal operations. She currently runs the West Australian Operations for MEC Mining, a mining focused engineering consultancy. Her background lies in geotechnical engineering, designing, modelling and implementing cost effective, innovative mine solutions in both site based and in consultative roles.
- Allan Harriman, Director at BCA Logic
Allan has been with BCA Logic, the oldest privately owned building regulations companies in New South Wales, since 1997. He was awarded a Medal of Order of Australia (OAM) for service to the building and construction industry through professional associations and is constantly engaged with Fire Safety Engineering studies and regulations.
- Landon Schulze, President at ASEC Inc
Landon has worked exclusively in the power delivery industry. In 2017, Mr. Schulze joined ASEC as a project manager and moved on to become President of ASEC Inc leading the company in program and project management, business development, internal employee professional development, and budget and goal setting for the company.
Join BQE Australia and the presenters on the 17th of November at 1pm AEDT for a truly unique online discussion from experienced engineers who have successfully navigated engineering firms through difficult economic times.
The webinar is free for members and non-members of Consult Australia.