Welcome to another exciting episode of Trade Australia with our host Lawrence Christoffelsz, this latest episode covers Transport Women, Cold Chain and Optimism.
We kicked off with Marianne Kintzel, Executive Officer at RWTA, discussing the different functions RWTA serve Australia and shares the details of Australian Cold Chain. She spoke about the effects of pandemic and their improvement of the business process to be recognised as an essential service. She shared a few details of the upcoming events or conferences for viewers to get connected.
Lawrence then spoke with Jacquelene Brotherton, Chair, Transport Women Australia Limited, about the history of their business and how they have carried on the legacy. She shares details of the initiatives or support programs they provide, along with their engagement with different universities across different sectors. Get in touch with Jacquelene to know more about Transport Women Australia and get involved.
To wrap up this episode, we spoke with Victor Perton, Chief Optimism Officer, The Centre for Optimism, about the reason behind starting of Centre. He shares the details of how to engage optimistically and getting to know your customer or supplier and maintaining positive relationships. He spoke about the change the pandemic had brought and how to make the change positive.