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Global Urban Experts Available to Speak

Leading Global Urban Experts Available to Speak to Your Group !

WENDELL COX
www.demographia.com

JOEL KOTKIN
www.joelkotkin.com

INTRODUCTION

Mr Cox, co author of the 2006 Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey www.demographia.com will be in Australia 10 August until 10 September 2006 on an extensive all cities speaking tour.

Later - Mr Cox will be in New Zealand 4 October until 13 October 2006, with part of this visit as keynote speaker for the New Zealand Resource Management Law Associations Annual Conference at Auckland "Pathways to Sustainability".

Mr Kotkin will be in Australia as one of the lead speakers at the Learning Cities Conference, Adelaide, South Australia 4 until 8 November and is available to speak in other cities throughout Australia and New Zealand for a limited period following the Conference. this follows his most successful February 2006 tour of Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

Details with respect to these visits and the people to communicate with, to discuss these speaking opportunities further are set out below.

This is an excellent opportunity for those involved with urban issues, to learn of the latest global trends. There are massive shifts occurring.

Please distribute this email to others who may be interested, so that the scope for organisations / agencies to work together on the possibilities of combining events and sharing costs can be explored.

Both Wendell Cox and Joel Kotkin are flexible with respect to the format of any events. They are keen in particular to participate in events where there can be greater discussion and debate with those participating.



WENDELL COX

Mr Bob Day bobday@homeaustralia.com.au , current National President of the Housing Industry Association of Australia is the person to communicate with directly to discuss speaking opportunities, with respect to Mr Cox Australian visit August / September 2006

Mr Cox is the keynote speaker at the New Zealand Resource Management Law Association Conference commencing 5 October 2006. Please communicate with either Mr Dave Serjeant DSerjeant@kma.co.nz of the Conference Organising Committee or Mr Connal Townsend connal@propertynz.co.nz Chief Executive of the Property Council of New Zealand.

Please feel free to communicate directly as well with Mr Cox wcox@demographia.com should you wish to do so.

JOEL KOTKIN

Ms Joy De Leo joydeleo@studyadelaide.com.au Executive Director Multicultural Affairs, Premiers and Cabinet Department, South Australian Government is the person to communicate with regarding the Learning Cities Conference 4 until 8 November in Adelaide, where Mr Kotkin is a lead speaker.

To discuss Mr Kotkins proposed visit to New Zealand following his Australian visit, please communicate with Mr Connal Townsend connal@propertynz.co.nz Chief Executive, Property Council of New Zealand.

Mr Kotkins agent Ms Jackie Green Jackie@JGPRInc.com ( Tel +1.323.512.3050 ) of Jacqueline Green Public Relations, Los Angeles, California is the person to communicate with with regard to his speaking tour arrangements.

Again, please feel free to communicate directly with Mr Kotkin at JKotkin@JoelKotkin.com should there be any matters you wish to discuss.

Below is a podcast on Planetizen where you can hear Mr Kotkin outlining some of his views on urban issues. Snould you be unable to access the Quicktime Podcast, there is a commentary with comments available.

There is extensive further information on both Mr Coxs www.demographia.com and Mr Kotkins www.joelkotkin.com websites.


ENDS

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