The second instalment in KDPR’s Business Insights series features Chris Morton – Managing Director of mCap and whose company previously owned the NAB Heritage Building (308 Queen Street). Chris Morton discusses a career in law and how he now prioritises and encourages the mentorship of the next generation. He also highlights his favourite features of the beautiful building that is 308 Queen Street.
If you prefer to tune in on the run, we’ve provided the episode as a podcast. This podcast feature the extended interview – so you also get a chance to listen to the parts of the interview that didn’t quite make it into the video episode.
For those who haven’t tuned into KDPR Business Insights before, this series features a range of business leaders as they cover a range of topics pertinent to today’s business community. KDPR Managing Director Kristin Devitt interview these leaders delving deeper to understand what drives them and what they stand for. These are conversations that provide authentic perspectives on what matters most.
KDPR works with business leaders and organisations to communicate their stories and help them find cut-through in a crowded marketplace.
KDPR has launched a business insights series!
Managing Director Kristin Devitt interviews business leaders on a range of topics, delving deeper to understand what drives them and what they stand for. These are conversations that provide authentic perspectives on what matters most.
This week – in our first episode – Kristin talks business and government partnerships, cyber security and philosophy with Founder and Director of Sovereign Cloud Scott Wilkie.
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