Don’t miss Redcliffe Business Breakfast

Published 2:30pm 27 April 2023

Don’t miss Redcliffe Business Breakfast
Words by Kylie Knight

Redcliffe Chamber of Commerce and State Member for Redcliffe Yvette D’Ath will host the Redcliffe Business Breakfast on May 4.

The event will be held at The Komo, Redcliffe, from 6.30am (for 7am start) to 9am.

It will take a look at the business landscape in Redcliffe and the broader Moreton Bay Region.

The panel of guest speakers includes Employment, Small Business, Training and Skills Minister Di Farmer, Queensland Small Business Commissioner Dominique Lamb and Moreton Bay Regional Council Deputy Mayor Jodie Shipway.

The discussion will be emceed by Redcliffe Peninsula Chamber of Commerce President Victor Nicholls.

The event will be an opportunity to network with local business leaders and entrepreneurs, while also discussing opportunities and issues that affect the business community.

General admission tickets cost $30 ($10 off with the special MoretonDaily Discount code: MORETONDAILY) and includes breakfast, as well as the opportunity to connect with other business professionals and elected officials.

To find out more and secure your seat, head to the website

o Minister for Employment and Small Business and Minister for Training and Skills Development Di Farmer
Redcliffe Peninsula Chamber of Commerce President Victor Nicholls.
Moreton Bay Regional Council Deputy Mayor Jodie Shipway.
State Member for Redcliffe Yvette D'Ath.

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