The Special Relationship – Retail and Parking
17 August 2022, 3pm – 6.30pm
Queensland University of Technology, Gardens Point Campus,
Room Three Sixty, 2 George Street, Brisbane
When you think of all the successful partnerships, retail and parking probably don’t come to mind. Whether it be a retail shop on Main Street or a shopping mall both need the ability for customer to be able to access, shop and take their purchases home.
Given this special relationship, Parking Australia will be focusing its Brisbane Networking Event on retail parking. In particular how retail parking is different and how to best manage it for the benefit of retailers. We encourage you to join us to hear from our speakers followed by networking over drinks and canapés.
We are in the midst of the largest equity and justice movement of our time. It’s big. It’s powerful. And it will shape the future for consumer-centric businesses. Retail is no exception.
We invite you to hear from Dominique Lamb, CEO of the National Retail Association, Brad Newton, General Manager of Point Parking and a panel of retail property owners.
Registration from 3pm, presentation will begin at 3:30pm sharp
Members – Free
Members of NRA, SCCA and PCA: $50 (please email firstname.lastname@example.org for discount code)
About the Speakers
Dominique Lamb, CEO National Retail Association
CEO of the National Retail Association and Director of NRA Legal, Dominique Lamb has extensive experience providing industrial relations and employment law advice to a range of small, medium and large businesses across a range of industries. Dominique is also a Chair on the Retail Doctor Group Advisory Board, and Board Member on the Bleu Australia Advisory Board.
Dominique plays an integral role with the National Retail Association by liaising and advocating on behalf of retailers at a Federal and State Government level on all areas of policy which affect retail businesses both large and small, including but not limited to industrial relations, technical standards, product safety, loss prevention and city planning and infrastructure.
In her downtime, Dominique is a strong advocate for victims of domestic violence and has volunteered with the Women’s Legal Service Queensland for over six years. Dominique was the President of the Women’s Legal Service Queensland from 2020 – 2021, as well as being the Chair of their Dancing CEO’s event which raised over $500,000 in 2021.
Brad Newton, Owner and Managing Director at Point Parking
Brad Newton, has been a part of the Australian parking Industry for over 15 years. He is the Owner and Managing Director of Point Parking and had previously worked for Westfield, Parking Operators and PACE providers.
Brad has specialised in the past 12 years on retail parking, launching many large shopping centres in Australia.
Throughout Brad’s professional career within the parking industry, Brad has been involved in the entire spectrum of parking, ranging from strategy and marketing through to technology and design. Brad has conducted many projects ranging from architectural and operational design, restructuring existing businesses and has been heavily involved in introducing new technologies into the Australian parking market.
Brad holds an MBA from Monash University.
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