Coulter Roache hosts Transforming Geelong briefing
Local law firm Coulter Roache today hosted a Transforming
Geelong briefing to help its Principals and clients see Geelong
through new eyes.
The briefing, presented by the Committee for Geelong's (CfG)
Transforming Geelong team, drew attention to the positive changes
that are taking place in the region.
"Following recent announcements about Geelong it is important
that the business community remains positive, and being optimistic
takes courage," CfG CEO Rebecca Casson said.
"Coulter Roache is one of many organisations undertaking
Transforming Geelong briefings for their staff and clients.
From the feedback we have received, it is clear that our briefings
are empowering these organisations to highlight our city's bright
The briefing emphasized that, at the heart of Geelong's
reinvention are core strengths and emerging industry clusters with
the capacity to drive the city's future economic growth, including
its recognition as a corporate and government headquarter hub; as a
centre of knowledge, innovation and research; as a hub for allied
and health services; as a transport and logistics hub and as a
lifestyle and tourism destination.
"Coulter Roache has experienced its own recent growth with the
opening of three new offices in Torquay, Lorne and Waurn Ponds,"
Coulter Roache Managing Principal Tom White said.
"After 80 years of serving the Geelong community, Coulter Roache
will continue to spread the positive message of our city's
Ms Casson said she was pleased to see so many businesses taking
part in the Transforming Geelong initiative.
"Geelong is a resilient city and its ultimate success or failure
lies in the positive actions of the business community."