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The Sutherland Shire Business Chamber is pleased to announce ‘after 5pm drinks’ on Wednesdays for members at the Highfield Caringbah pub. From 5.00 pm – 6.30 pm, we have secured exclusive
The Sutherland Shire Business Chamber is pleased to announce ‘after 5pm drinks’ on Wednesdays for members at the Highfield Caringbah pub.
From 5.00 pm – 6.30 pm, we have secured exclusive access to the new Highfield Botanical private room for Chamber members to meet and network.
This is a no-cost event. We are encouraging members to engage on a more regular basis outside the usual breakfast and luncheon events.
Members can also invite other business owners to come along for a Chamber experience and consider membership in the future. Chamber Board members will be available and provide members with an opportunity to speak directly about local business issues.
Members can purchase drinks at bar prices.
While we are not charging for this event, please register your attendance.
(Thursday) 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
22-24 MacKay Street
Join us for the inaugural 2019 Sutherland Shire Chamber breakfast with our special guest speaker from the Reserve Bank of Australia. Melissa Hope is the Head of
Join us for the inaugural 2019 Sutherland Shire Chamber breakfast with our special guest speaker from the Reserve Bank of Australia.
Melissa Hope is the Head of Note Issue and our topic is bank note production and the cashless society.
The monetary system is changing fast. Once upon a time cash was king. Now banks are deinstalling ATMS and closing branches as cash use is diminishing. As business owners this will be an opportunity to capture an insight into an important topic that affects our business and personal lives.
A Q&A will follow with a panel of industry experts including:
Lucy Milekovic – Ultimate Business Solutions
Terry Widdicombe – IMB
Terry Dewing – Sullivan Dewing
Don’t miss this important info session and opportunity to network with your fellow business members.
Melissa Hope – Head of Note Issue Reserve Bank of Australia
Melissa has been working at the Reserve Bank for more than 25 years in a variety of departments including Human Resources, Economic Group, Financial Stability, Finance and at the Bank of England. Melissa is now the Head of Note Issue at the Bank where she oversees the Next Generation Banknote program that has culminated in the new banknote series and the building and operationalisation of the Bank’s new storage, processing and distribution site in Craigieburn.
(Wednesday) 7:30 am - 9:00 am
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