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Win two tickets to Business Moreton Bay Region Presents: Julie Bishop

Posted: 7am 09 Jun 2021

The Honourable Julie Bishop is one of Australia’s most recognised and respected politicians at home and abroad.

Thanks to Business Moreton Bay Region, you can see Ms Bishop at the next business lunch event on Friday 18th June at the Eatons Hill Hotel from 11am-5pm. 

Ms Bishop will present a keynote discussing Australia’s global competitive advantage in a rapidly changing world, and during a time of great challenge and opportunity.

Following the keynote Ms Bishop will join a panel discussion looking at Brisbane’s 2032 Olympics bid, exploring the opportunities for the Moreton Bay Region and how industry can work together to leverage long-lasting legacy benefits from being a host destination.

Guest Panel:

  • Hon Julie Bishop
  • Mayor Peter Flannery, Moreton Bay Regional Council
  • Paula Robinson, Chair Queensland Academy of Sport and Principal of Ailier
  • Jess Schipper OAM, Former Olympian

Tickets include a two-course lunch with drinks package, and access to the post-event networking function (2.30pm - 5.00pm).

This competition has now closed. Winners will be contacted by email shortly. 

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