"This event is a first of its kind for the NSW Parliament House," Minister for Industry, Resources and Energy, the Hon. "It's great to see so many students from across Sydney enthusiastically putting their hands up to be involved through Data61's Ribit platform, and we hope to continue sustaining such positive momentum for NSW's vibrant medical technology scene going forth," he said.During the event, students will need to showcase why they are a good fit for their preferred company via an elevator pitch to senior executives and founders of participating businesses.
Jointly organised by CSIRO Data61's job matching service Ribit, the NSW Government and the Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA), the event is being held in the aptly-named Stranger's Room at the NSW Parliament.Students from UNSW, University of Sydney, UTS, Western Sydney University, Macquarie and Notre Dame, as well as more than 25 innovative Med Tech companies in Australia, and NSW Minister for Health, Jillian Skinner, are all on the attendee list.JEDDAH: Legendary English singer Mick Jagger is reportedly dating 22-year-old American-Kuwaiti film producer Noor Alfallah.According to uk., Jagger, 74, enjoyed a number of dates with Alfallah while the Rolling Stones were in Paris, France, for their “No Filter” tour earlier this month.The girls stayed in their seats and the guys moved from one to the other for three-and-a-half speed dates.
When we arrived, we were whisked to the centre of Venice for a beautiful five-course lunch at the canal-side Splendid Hotel Venice.
“Mick still has his legendary charm, but even the band were surprised someone as young and beautiful as Noor came to Paris to see him,” a source told uk.
“They are both single and seemed to have a lot of fun together, so everyone just let them get on with it,” the source added.
Jagger has been single since splitting from ballerina Melanie Hamrick, 31.
More than 120 of Australia’s brightest students, leading medical technology start-ups and companies will get together for some unique speed-networking tomorrow to uncover and inject the next wave of talent into the ‘Med Tech’ sector.
But when TV production manager Jessica Enderby signed up for the world record attempt for the highest ever speed-dating event, she knew her 'date' would be far from ordinary.