Prof Richard Broinowski
Richard Broinowski is Honorary Professor of Communications at the Australian National University, a former General Manager of Radio Australia, and a former diplomat with extensive experience in Asia and Central America.
Richard Broinowski trained as a lawyer before entering Australia's diplomatic service and gaining experience in a wide range of foreign service assignments in Australia and overseas. Richard speaks on national and international topics, including demystifying cross cultural relations, trade opportunities and communications. Equally at home in keynote or after dinner areas, he is an entertaining and articulate speaker with an important message for corporate Australia.
A specialist in international relations, particularly Australian/Asian interests, his expertise in communications and highly-developed skills in negotiation are of value to anyone seeking insight into overseas markets.
Richard Broinowski travels from New South Wales Australia
- Business Opportunities in Asia - Establishing Targets and Priorities
- Communications-De-mystifying Asian Cultures
- Diversifying into Latin America
- Projecting Australia Abroad-Radio, Television and Technologies of the Future
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