June Bayside Business Breakfast
8 May 2013
Bayside Business Network Breakfast to Feature Three Young Entrepreneurs
The June Bayside Business Breakfast will feature three young successful and dynamic Australian entrepreneurs who will share their journey of success from the inception of an idea through to business success.
The Business Breakfast will be held on Tuesday 4 June at the International of Brighton, commencing at 7am and concluding at 9am.
The Bayside Business Network (BBN) is an active group of business professionals who meet regularly to develop excellence in business, innovation and entrepreneurship.
BBN provides a professionally delivered annual program of events that builds awareness and discussion of current business issues and provide networking opportunities with like-minded business people.
For members registered with the Bayside Business Network tickets are free. Members guests are $57 per head and tickets for non-members $62.00.
Bookings are essential. Further information and bookings can be made by phoning Bayside City Council on 9599 4444 or via the website www.baysidebusiness.com.au
Sarah Allen, Co-Founder and General Manager of Appliance Tagging Services (ATS)
ATS is Australia's premier electrical and tag service provider and has featured on BRW's Fast Franchises list over five consecutive years. The company also took out the Smart Company's Top Franchisor Award in 2010.
Jason Smith, Founder and National Group Director of Back In Motion (BIM)
Jason founded BIM physiotherapy in 2000 as a small in-home practice, using a single-car garage as his consulting room. The BIM Health Group has since undergone dramatic expansion to become Australia’s largest physiotherapy franchise with more than 50 locations and over 300 employees across Victoria, South Australia and Queensland.
Dr Amantha Imber , Founder of Inventium
Inventium is an innovation consultancy that was recently awarded the BRW Client Choice Award for Best Management Consultancy in Australia. Amantha has a PhD in Organisational Psychology and has helped companies such as Coca-Cola, LEGO, McDonalds and Qantas innovate more successfully. She is the co-creator of the BRW Most Innovative Companies list that ranks Australia's top innovators and writes regular columns on science-based innovation for Australian Business Solutions and Leading Company.
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