APP are pleased to once again host an information and expert opinion backed workshop exploring the outlook for the Queensland economy and Queensland property markets in 2020. Our event last year was very popular and was fully booked, if you’re interested in attending this year’s event please get in early.
Guest speaker on the economic outlook is once again respected economist and author, Gene Tunny of Adept Economics. Gene will be joined by property expert Ross Perkins, Managing Director of m3property.
Director of Adept Economics
Gene Tunny is the Director of Adept Economics, a Brisbane-based economic consulting firm. He is a former Australian Treasury official who has managed teams in Treasury’s Industry and Budget Policy divisions. He has internationally recognised expertise in economic policy analysis and advice. For instance, Gene has led or participated as an expert presenter in three University of Queensland International Development courses delivered to Indonesian Government officials, funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the World Bank. Gene is a regular economics commentator in Australian and international media. In late 2018, his book Beautiful One Day, Broke the Next: Queensland’s Public Finances Since Sir Joh and Sir Leo was published by Connor Court. Gene has a first class honours degree in Economics from the University of Queensland, where he was a University Medallist.
Managing Director of m3property QueenslanD
Ross Perkins is the Managing Director of m3property Queensland, currently overseeing the Commercial Division, and being the founding director of the Queensland business which commenced operations in July 2007. He is a member of the National Leadership Group and is a shareholder in both the Queensland and the national companies. Growing up in Central West Queensland, and coming from a trade background, Ross has over 25 years in the property industry. He has valuation and advisory experience in the office, retail and industrial sectors throughout Queensland; self-storage facilities throughout Australia; and specialised properties such as service stations, child-care centres, and accommodation premises throughout Queensland.