Events index (6/4)

Written on the 12 May 2009

 

MAY
Thursday 7
Business Leaders drinks; 5.30-7pm Titanium Bar, Surfers Paradise, featuring guest speaker: Senator Grant Chapman, more info at: AnneMaree.Collins@businessleaders.com.au.
Friday 8
Business Women May lunch forum, “Lessons learnt by an Entrepreneur with guest speaker Robyn Horley”, more info at: www.bwinc.com.au
Saturday 9
Currumbin RSL presents the D’Alliance Festival, 9am – 5pm, more info at: www.currumbinrsl.com.au.
Tuesday 12
BNI Burleigh Heads Business Networking breakfast, more info at: john@inology.com.au.
Wednesday 13
The UDIA presents Business etiquette for the working woman, Crowne Plaza, 7.15am for 7.30 – 9am, more info at: www.udiaqld.com.au.
ConnectWorking business panel, featuring guest speaker: panel of business experts discussing ‘surviving in the current economic climate,’ 8.45 for 9am, more info at: bookings@connectworking.com.au.
Central GC Networking Business breakfast, 7am – 8.30am, more info at: www.centralgc.com.au.
Thursday 14
6.15pm Millionaire Maker Game Night. More information: www.moneytoolkins.com/
6.45am Gold Coast Business Swap. More information goldcoast@businesswap.com.au.
Friday 15
Terri Cooper presents: How to use Facebook, Twitter etc to grow your business, featuring The Google Guru, 12.30 – 2pm, more info at: www.terricooper.com.au.
Beenleigh Yatala Chamber of Commerce breakfast, 7am – 8:30am, featuring guest speaker: Peter Hurley, general manager Adbri Masonry, more info at: bycc@bigpond.net.au.
Tuesday 19
IBL Breakfast; 7-8.30am, Vibe Hotel Surfers Paradise, more info at: AnneMaree.Collins@businessleaders.com.au.
The UDIA presented launch of The Scene, UDIA Gold Coast, 5.30pm – 7pm, more info at: www.udiaqld.com.au.
BNI Burleigh Heads Business Networking breakfast, more info at: john@inology.com.au.
Wednesday 20
IBL members workshop, IBL Office 121 Scarborough St, Southport, 4-6pm, more info at: AnneMaree.Collins@businessleaders.com.au.
Central GC Brekky Club, 6.15 – 8.30am; more info at: www.centralgc.com.au.
6.35pm Millionaire Maker Game Night. More information www.moneytoolkits.com/
Thursday 21
IBL new members drinks, Southport Yacht Club, 6-7.30pm, more info at: AnneMaree.Collins@businessleaders.com.au.
Friday 22
Central GC Friday arvo golf clinic, 2pm – 4.30pm; more info at: www.centralgc.com.au.
Tuesday 26
Central GC Twilight Evening at Inverse Gallery, 5.30pm – 7.30pm, more info at: www.centralgc.com.au.
BNI Burleigh Heads Business Networking breakfast, more info at: john@inology.com.au.
Wednesday 27
IBL corporate lunch, Holiday Inn, 22 View Ave Surfers Paradise, 12noon-2.30pm, featuring guest speaker: Leader of the Opposition, John-Paul Langbroek, more info at: AnneMaree.Collins@businessleaders.com.au.
Thursday 28
Beenleigh Yatala Chamber of Commerce annual business bowls playoff, 12.30 – 4.30pm, more info at: bycc@bigpond.net.au.
Coomera chamber of commerce presents Twilight at Dreamworld, featuring guest speaker Shane Ellis, 5.30 for 6pm, more info at: www.coomeracc.com.
Institute of company directors presents economic forecast, featuring Michael Workman, senior economist, Global Markets, 7am – 9am, more info at: http://www.companydirectors.com.au/Events/QLD/.
Friday 29
Urban Edge annual study tour, meet at the Surfers Paradise Transit Centre, corner Beach Road and Ferny Avenue, 11am for 11.15am – 5.30pm; more info at: www.udiaqld.com.au.

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