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BUSINESS owners and managers have the opportunity to ‘ignite their business potential’ at the Whitsunday Business Conference, taking place on Thursday, May 16, 2024.

Taking place at Mantra Club Croc, Cannonvale, from 1pm-4.30pm, the conference is free for chamber members and $25 for non-members, and will be followed by networking.

The Whitsunday Business Conference, hosted by the Whitsundays Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WCCI), will be exploring innovative business insights, and providing immersive opportunities with local business leaders and experts.

“Join us for an exciting half-day event that promises to be a game-changer for your business,” a WCCI spokesperson said.

“The event is the first of its kind – be part of the inaugural business conference that’s all about growth, innovation, and community.

“Engage and connect with local business owners and service providers in an atmosphere that will be brimming with ideas and opportunity.”

Topis on the agenda include:

  • Overcome your pain points: Discuss the hot-button issues that matter to you and your business in a solution-focused environment
  • Supercharge your people power: Discover strategies to harness the full potential of your workforce, from the next generation through to the more experienced
  • Don’t tell me it can’t be done! Hear success stories from businesses that turned ‘impossible’ into ‘I’m possible’
  • Shape the Future: Voice your ideas on the 2025 conference.

The conference features a stellar speaker lineup, who will inspire attendees by sharing their experiences and insights.

Guest speakers include Amanda Anderson, Bendigo Community Bank Cannonvale-Proserpine, Georgia Lavers, Greater Whitsundays Alliance, Kristian Mulholland, Tassal Proserpine Prawn Farm, Andrew Paranomos, McDonald’s Restaurants Airlie Beach, Bowen and Cannonvale, Brian Ward, My Pathway and Julia Wheway, TAFE Queensland.

The conference will be followed by a ‘meet and greet’ event, at 5pm, hosted by Whitsunday Regional Council.

“Meet the Queensland Small Business Commissioner and delve into the heart of small business dynamics in our region,” the spokesperson said.

This is just the beginning. We’re already gearing up for a full-day program and business expo in 2025.”

Registrations are now open – www.whitsundaycoastchamber.com.au/events/2024-conference/

Free tickets for Chamber members using the unique event ticket code. Non-member tickets $25.

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