Events index April

Written on the 17 April 2009

 

APRIL
 
TUESDAY 21
The property council of Australia presents: The new breed of Brisbane property development; 9:30am – 11:30am; 641 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley. More info at: www.propertyoz.com.au.
 
WEDNESDAY 22
Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland presents: Three Codes Luncheon 2009; 12:00; Sofitel Hotel Brisbane. More info: www.cciq.com.au.
 
THURSDAY 23
The Australian Industry Group presents its Queensland Gala Dinner featuring, Bryan Dawe, acting as host for the evening. More info at: www.aigroup.com.au.
 
The AICD presents the Directors Briefing – IH&S: issues for directors and the board; Hilton Brisbane Hotel. More info at: www.companydirectors.com.au
 
The Australian Institute of Management presents NLP in a nutshell featuring Phil Corbett; more info at: www.aimevents.com.au.
 
TUESDAY 28
The property council of Australia presents: The ‘Carrots and Sticks’ approach to Sustainable Property Developmenmt; 12:30pm for 1:00pm, Sebel & Citigate King George Square, more info at: www.propertyoz.com.au.
 
The AICD presents the Leaders’ Edge Breakfast featuring Graham Kraehe, Hilton Brisbane Hotel. More info at: www.companydirectors.com.au.
 
WEDNESDAY 29
The property council of Australia presents: Professional Development – Property Fundamentals; 8:30am for 9:00am, The Brisbane Club. More info at: www.propertyoz.com.au.
 
MAY
 
WEDNESDAY 6
The Australian institute of management presents: gen wars – gen x & gen y vs. Baby boomers; more info at: www.aimevents.com.au.
 
THURSDAY 7
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland presents: The Fair Work Bill – Brisbane; 2:00pm; Hotel Grand Chancellor. More info at: www.cciq.com.au.
 
FRIDAY 8
The Queensland Rugby Club presents: The Penfolds lunch featuring John O’Neill; 12:30pm for 1:00pm; QLD Rugby Club Ballymore, more info at: 33528120.

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