Insight Dinners

Dynamic sharing of stories and information

Cahoots Insight Dinners are intimate affairs (a maximum of 16 guests). They bring business and community leaders together for a robust discussion and exchange of information on current and relevant subjects. The focus of the evening is our special guest. We gain an insight into them personally and then roll into topics relevant to their background and current endeavours.

In the first instance we ask all guests to introduce themselves before shifting the focus to our special guest. We then drive the discussion forward, inviting attendees to jump in and participate when they like. We operate under Chatham House rules. The venue is a private room at a well regarded restaurant in the host city. We conduct these evenings in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Adelaide.

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Past guest speakers include:

  • Glenn Keys (Aspen Medical)
  • Michael Malone (iinet/Diamond Cyber Security)
  • Ben Wyatt (WA Minister for Finance, Aboriginal Affairs and Lands)
  • Don Meij (Domino's CEO)
  • Professor Tony Cunningham (Westmead Institute of Research)
  • Charles Gibbon (WiseTech)
  • Greg Hywood (Fairfax Media)
  • Lieutenant General David Morrison AO
  • Christopher Dore (Editor in Chief, The Australian)
  • John Wagner (Wagner Group)

  • John Quigley (West Australian Attorney General)

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