Fraser joined Cannings Purple’s investor relations team in October 2017 as a consultant, and supports the team with mergers and acquisitions, media liaison and our regular Investor Insight publication. Prior to joining Cannings Purple, he served as a finance reporter at Business News, covering various rounds including mining and energy, property, government, agribusiness, small business and technology. He also had a stint as a presenter at a radio station in Park City, Utah, where he covered the latest trends in music in the US.

Outside of the office, Fraser is a passionate hockey player, guitarist and craft beer taster. From time to time he will disappear to exotic snowboarding locations around the world, feeding his only habit that cannot be satisfied in Perth.

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Cannings Purple’s Skyline platform has been developed to ensure property…

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The case to Automate

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Crisis Readiness

Press freedom in Australia and defamation cases on the rise

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