Have you ever looked back at missed opportunities in business and thought to yourself you’ll never do that again?
Well, here’s your chance to stay true to your word by getting along to the Coffs Coast Business Expo at Opal Cove Resort this August.
By registering for a single or a two-day pass you’ll be investing in opportunities to network with your business neighbours, visit over 50 business exhibitors plus hear quality speakers, such as entrepreneur and the Expo’s keynote speaker, Lisa Messenger.
Ms Messenger is the Collective Hub CEO and editor-in-chief, a globally respected business entrepreneur who can counts among her peers the likes of Richard Branson, and is a best selling author whose insights should not be missed.
Hear her speak on Wednesday, August 22, at 4.30pm, followed by refreshments.
Thursday starts promptly at 9am and the day is packed with opportunities to learn, network, discuss and join conversations about how you and your business can engage and contribute to the growth of the Coffs Harbour economy and in turn your own enterprise.
As a business professional attending the Expo, speakers and exhibitors have been selected or welcomed with your needs in mind.
Tourism Australia’s industry relations manager Dominic Mehling will give an overview of Tourism Australia’s current international activity, latest international market insights and tips for how to best use the resources and partnership opportunities available.
Social Entrepreneur and Insurtech Australia’s CEO Simon O’Dell will talk about his support for Australia’s insurtechs and ways to foster a local and state government environment which encourages innovation. He’s also a champion for sustainable business practices.
During lunch, a panel will discuss the concept of how to ‘Future Proof Your Business’.
Further sessions on Thursday cover topics such as championing business innovation and technology, tourism, workforce engagement including retaining and attracting Youth and finance and local businesses, with experts sharing their success stories.
Remember to make the time to visit more than 50 exhibitor stalls where you’ll meet local representatives from the media and communication, education and learning, travel and transport, professional services, retail shopping, trades industries.
Entry to everything is $88, while one-day pass is $55. Thursday’s lunch can be pre-paid for $30.
We look to seeing you at the Coffs Coast Business Expo.
Speakers, exhibitors, discussion panels
Wednesday and Thursday, August 22 and 23, 2018