Young professionals on the move

Written on the 19 October 2009

THE Source is hosting Elevate: Young Professionals on the Move on October 22.

The event is designed to inspire young business people to share in their knowledge as well as hear from two acclaimed young businessmen.

Keynote speakers for the seminar are Paul Borrud, vice president of Facebook, and Stu McMullin, founder of the NZ franchise expanding all over the world, Hell Pizza.

The Source was established in 2008 and is now a leading professional development organisation aiming to provide opportunities for the motivated, innovative, and up-and-coming business people of Brisbane city.

The organisation is closely associated with the Brisbane Junior Chamber of Commerce and provides an environment which specifically caters for young professionals looking for a chance to break apart from the pack.

All proceeds raised from this event will go to Brisbane Youth Services to help break the cycle of poverty and homelessness among youth in Brisbane.

Elevate: Young Professionals on the Move will be held at the Liber Lounge, Port Office Hotel.
For info at: www.thesource.org.au.


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