Lighting : LIGHTING Feb-Mar 2018
February/March 2018 | LIGHTING MAGAZINE 41 FEATURE When you first started in the role you mentioned you wanted to increase LCA’s level of visibility in the Parliamentary sphere. What’s the update on this? We’re systematically establishing meetings and industry briefings with every one of the 155 members of the House of Representatives and the 75 or so Senators. By this process, we are making sure that Members and Senators, and indeed Ministers, are aware of the importance of our industry. We’ve also tracked and set up a Richard Mulcahy CEO Lighting Council Australia (LCA) By Penny Jones Q&A What have you been focusing on in the last year? How are you settling into the role? After a year of significant change in the organisation, things are going well and the Lighting Council is now, more or less, operating in the way myself and my board envisaged. We’ve moved our headquarters from Canberra to Melbourne and initiated a number of staff changes, namely recruiting several highly- skilled experts in the areas of marketing, policy development and government liaison.
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