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Speakers Australia and its principal Peter Physick have provided the most convenient and professional service we have encountered.

In over 25 years of our Institute providing members with current, thought provoking and topical issue speakers for our conferences and forums, we have come to rely on the outstanding judgement of Peter and Speakers Australia.

Whether it be entertainers for a broad audience or the most challenging conference topic, Speakers Australia has never failed to deliver. We at the AMInstitute are faced with the dilemma of providing our delegates at conferences with new and exciting presenters year after year and as many of our delegates attend each year, we need presenters and entertainers with new and fresh material.

This challenge has been made obsolete by Speakers Australia as they have taken the time to know our business, our target audience and our history………

Sonya Maloney
Executive Manager Administration
AMInstitute Ltd

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We at the East Coast Eagles AFL Football Club take great pride in entertaining, rewarding and acknowledging our sponsors, members and supporters. Our luncheons are renowned for their quality, in particular that of the speakers and entertainers we secure.

Speakers Australia is the only company we turn to for advice and service in this key field.
Anthony Dignan
General Manager

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The service we received from Speakers Australia has been exemplary from the beginning. Peter Physick and his team worked very hard to ensure that Keith Scott was available to MC our event under what could be described as challenging logistical circumstances given the time constraints we were faced with.

We would highly recommend Peter and his company Speakers Australia.
David Carter / AgriPlex Group Pty Ltd

I have had the pleasure of dealing with Peter Physick at Speakers Australia since the year 2000 and have never been let down by his recommendations. I tell Peter the type of speaker or act that we require and he supplies a number of names and CV's of the speakers or acts which fit our requirements. It is as simple as that.

Peter’s professional attitude and friendly manner makes it an absolute pleasure to deal with him. I can not recommend him highly enough to any one or to an organisation which needs help in arranging, organising or advising on the best fit for their special event.

David Tuxford
Conference Organiser
NSW Local Government Professionals


Presenter Profile
James Bradfield-Moody
Topics:   Business, Communication, Creative Thinking, Achievement, Sustainability, Challenge, Environment, Innovation, Dynamic Thinking
Travels ex:   Sydney
Based:   NSW
Type:   Speaker
Style:   Credible, Brilliant, Engaging, Impactful, Thought Provoking, Practical, Intelligent, Content Rich
Fee range:   $5,000 to $8,000 + GST


A member of worldwide Forum of Young Global Leaders ...

Named after JJC Bradfield, the designer of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Dr James Bradfield Moody is an electrical engineer who is passionate about space technologies and the environment. James sits on a number of company and industry association boards and he is currently a Director of the CSIRO Division of Land and Water.

In the last five years James Moody has been heavily involved with the United Nations, and from 2000 to 2002 was co-facilitator and Australian representative of the 40 strong youth advisory council to the UN Environment Program (UNEP). James is currently on the United Nations Millennium Project Taskforce on Science and Technology for development, advising the UN system on how to use innovation to meet the millennium development goals. 

James was the chief systems engineer for FedSat, the first Australian Satellite to be launched in thirty years, and has extensive experience in the space industry, from government advisory councils to cosmonaut training when he was only seventeen.  Passionate about the supporting role that young socially conscious businesspeople can play in society, James actively works towards communicating these views to the general community and makes regular appearances at industry conferences, schools and other events.
 

Quote:
“Invention is where ideas meet the market. Some of the greatest inventors are the ones who saw a need and market, no matter how trivial, that everyone else missed.” James commenced in December 2004 as Director, Divisional Business Strategy for CSIRO Land and Water. In this role he is responsible for developing new business opportunities, managing resource utilisation, developing and improving business practices, oversight of technology commercialisation and contributing to divisional strategy and policy development.
 

Recent Professional Experience 
James was formerly the Managing Director of Natural Resource Intelligence (NRI) an Environmental Spatial Information company member of the publicly listed Natural Intelligence group. NRI provided environmental, social and economic intelligence to assist organisations in monitoring and evaluating land and natural resources to meet their business and environmental objectives, applying a combination of remotely sensed data, site data and expertise to generate highly detailed resource information.

James remains on a number of company and industry association boards, including the Australian Spatial Information Business Association, and is committed to the spatial information industry in Australia.
 
James was also a chief systems engineer for FedSat, the first Australian Satellite to be launched in thirty years. Funded by the Cooperative Research Centre for Satellite Systems, this satellite is hoped to be a catalyst for Australia's re-entry into the space arena and is hoped to pave the way for other future endeavours. 

In the last five years James Moody has been heavily involved with the United Nations, and from 2000 to 2002 was co-facilitator and Australian representative of the 40 strong youth advisory council to the UN Environment Program (UNEP). He was also a founder and co-chair of the Space Generation Advisory Council in support of the UN Programme on Space Applications. James was also a member of the Science and Technology delegation to the UN World Summit on Sustainable Development in 2002, is a member and executive secretary of the taskforce on Science and Technology for the Millennium Development Goals and was invited to attend the World Economic Forum as a Global Leader of Tomorrow in 2003.  

Qualifications 
PhD, BEng (Elec), B.Info.Tech.James received his PhD from the National Graduate School of Management, where he undertook research on the applications of Complex Product Systems to the international and Australian satellite industries. Complex Product Systems are high-cost, complicated systems which embody a large number of customised, interacting sub-assemblies and components. 

Other Activities 
In January 2005, James was selected as one of 237 young leaders who have been selected and have accepted to take part in The Forum of Young Global Leaders, working in close cooperation with the World Economic Forum.  The Forum of Young Global is comprised of leaders, aged 40 years and younger, committed to shaping the future. The Young Global Leaders include leaders from each of the seven geographic regions and from the worlds of politics, business, society, learning, arts and culture.
 

For more information and a detailed list of all Young Global Leaders, please visit the website at www.younggloballeaders.org    


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