John Cradick is an experienced business researcher and adviser on trade, expansion and strategic direction, and has additional exposure in supplies management. He is a technical analyst on trading in the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) and forex, a role he has performed for more than 20 years. John has excellent, business research and analysis skills as well as procurement and occupational health and safety expertise
John Cradick is a member of the Australian Technical Analysts Association (ATAA), and has previously belonged to the Geelong Chamber of Commerce and City of Whitehorse Business Group.
His business research practice spans more than 10 years. He is especially gifted in providing research support to companies looking to enhance enterprise prospects. He has invested expansively in general knowledge, an attribute that enables him to quickly tackle diverse business topics in order to advise on strategic direction.
He holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy, has a strong background in federal and state government legislation of Australia and experience in business policy. He has worked as a Policy Research Officer in the Victorian Government, formulating government policies and developing strategies.
He has lectured at RMIT University, Monash University, Charles Sturt University in New South Wales and William Angliss Institute of Technical and Further Education. His lectures have been on politics, sociology, social change and industrial relations.
He has worked in supply management at the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), specialising in procurement of aeronautics equipment ; and at the Ansett Airlines Engineering Department.
Cradick has a passion for occupational health and safety.