Carine Research


Heather is a well regarded speaker on practical ways to uncover valuable market intelligence for seeing trends, seizing opportunities and avoiding risk.

She has enjoyed speaking to audiences in the US and  Australia of innovators, advisors and business mentors, MBA students and information professionals.

Heather also enjoys sharing tips on developing public speaking skills.  She is a volunteer facilitator with The Penguin Club, supporting a group of young women to develop their public speaking skills and serves on the South Australian executive committee to support the Club.

Audience feedback

“Eloquent and engaging”
Knowledge manager, Perth, WA

“Very impressive delivery and great to contemplate on the major issues that make or break the profession”
Librarian, Melbourne, Vic

“I really enjoyed your presentation …very thought provoking.
Consultant, Organisational development, Adelaide, SA

“Really engaging and interesting presentation.”
Lawyer, Adelaide, SA

“10/10. On target & applicable”
Delegate, Association of Independent Information Professionals Conference, Denver, CO

“Well researched and well presented workshop – good mix of informality and formality.”
Law librarian, Adelaide, SA

Heather … “added value” to my knowledge with excellent exposition, and strategies.”
Information Manager, NZ


Recent speaking gigs

Speaking gigs

Oct. 7th | Posted by 0 comments
HAC speaking at SALIN evntHeather has recently been speaking to audiences in Australia and the US sharing some practical tips for finding what you need, when you need it for business. Read more...

It’s an honour

Dec. 9th | Posted by 0 comments
HAC with Joy Grant Williams trophy, Dec 2014Heather Carine was delighted and honoured to receive the Joy Grant-Williams Perpetual Shield from The Penguin Club of Australia in South Australia for her outstanding contribution in 2014. The Penguin Club gives women the opportunity to develop communication skills. Read more...

Tips for tongue tied and terrified speakers

Sep. 4th | Posted by 0 comments
Tips for tongue tied & terrified speakers_pictureIf the thought of public speaking fills you with dread – you are not alone. It is said that 85% of people feel nervous before they speak to an audience, and the other 15% are lying! It’s easier to enjoy speaking to an audience, if you can confidently think that everything will be okay on the day, using these five simple tips. Read more...