Phillip Di Bella headlines chamber breakfast

Published 11:00am 9 September 2021

Phillip Di Bella headlines chamber breakfast
Words by Jodie Powell

Phillip Di Bella will be the guest speaker at the Hills and Districts Chamber of Commerce breakfast next week.

A director at the Di Bella Group of companies, Phillip is regarded as a highly respected business entrepreneur with a unique ability to visualise and commercialise opportunities others don’t see.

Though initially known for the establishment of Di Bella Coffee, which became Australia’s largest speciality coffee company, Phillip’s entrepreneurial spirit has brought success to other businesses such as International Coffee Traders, Abbotsford Road Specialty Coffee in New York, and The Coffee Commune.

Helping others

Not satisfied with building his own successful businesses, Phillip also supports the growth and development of other businesses.

Often referred to as an “Entrepreneur in Residence”, Phillip regularly lends his strategic thinking to businesses such as BDO Consulting, helping their clients overcome challenges, see new opportunities, and supporting the commercialisation of solutions.

The breakfast is on September 15 from 6.45-9.30am at the Eatons Hill Hotel.

Tickets are $40-$60. To book, click here.

Find more local business news here.

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