Don’t miss Chamber event

Published 9:00am 11 November 2022

Don’t miss Chamber event
Words by Kylie Knight

Pine Rivers Chamber of Commerce will host its final forum for the year at Club Pine Rivers next week.

The event, on November 16 from 5.30-7pm, will be a chance to network and learn about Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Ask Morty chatbot.

It will bring together Councillors Cath Tonks and Mick Gilliam, the team from Moreton Bay Regional Council, the Chamber Committee and local leaders of industry, business, government and education.

The Councillors are sponsoring the event.

Finger food will be supplied and drinks available for purchase at the bar.

The event will be an opportunity to meet new contacts, promote your business/cause, learn from Council and pick up tips and ideas from others working in the Pine Rivers community.

Tickets are $20 members, $25 non-members.

To buy tickets, head to the website

About Pine Rivers Chamber of Commerce

Pine Rivers Chamber of Commerce aims to facilitate local business networking, offer education opportunities, represent the needs and values of businesses within the community and provide members with opportunities for promotion.

The Chamber does this by hosting regular events, workshops and seminars, through its website and a monthly newsletter.

For more information, phone the Chamber's Committee on 07 3999 8520.

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