Simon & Matt – Selected to Join Chemistry Australia’s ELAC
Pacific Urethanes congratulates two of our managers, Matthew Slatyer and Simon Andemariam on being selected by Chemistry Australia to be members of the Emerging Leaders Advisory Council (ELAC).
The ELAC has been established by the Chemistry Australia Board and reflects its genuine intent to promote and facilitate diversity within the industry. The ELAC is comprised of emerging industry leaders and this new opportunity will support their professional development. Members of the ELAC will work alongside the Board for two years, exposing them to new ideas and ways of thinking, offering advice on strategic opportunities, and identifying initiatives that are vital to ensure the sustainable future of our industry.
Through the ELAC, Matthew and Simon will develop their knowledge of the industry in Australia and its relationship to communities and governments. They will also be exposed to the processes of public policy development and learn how to respond to current and future disruptive improvements.
“I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to help drive the changes that will see our industry grow. I look forward to developing strategies and working with Chemistry Australia to promote growth, sustainability, and future technologies in our industry”
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“This is an opportunity that I have been eagerly awaiting and there is no better way to learn than from industry leaders. I thank Chemistry Australia for creating the platform that enhances the knowledge and showcases the future leaders of the industry. I am looking forward to contributing my knowledge of the industry and learning from the Chemistry Australia Board”
Pacific Urethanes is privileged to have two representatives on the council. The ELAC is an exciting opportunity for Matthew and Simon, and we look forward to seeing how they will advance the industry.
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About Chemistry Australia
Chemistry Australia, led by CEO Samantha Read, represents Australia’s $40 Billion Chemical Industry, which is the fourth largest manufacturing sector of the Australian Economy, supplying 108 of the 114 industries in Australia. The team at Chemistry Australia brings together experience and insight from both industry and government. These experts work with state and federal governments to create strategies and implement policies that promote the growth and sustainability of the Australian Chemical industry.
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