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Join Lord Mayor Graham Quirk at a business forum for the creative industries.
Whether you want to build your business network, explore new opportunities, or learn from industry leaders, the Lord Mayor’s Creative Industries Business Forum can support you.
Date: Wednesday 13 February 2019
Time: 5.45pm for a 6pm start, 8.15pm finish
Where: SunPAC, 470 McCullough Street, Sunnybank
Registration: Register now for free, and secure your place
Come along and you could win free entry to our Digital Brisbane Power-Up Small Business workshops. Light refreshments will be available on arrival.
Charlie Cush, CEO, Brisbane Festival
Topic: Working in the performing arts: making and presenting in Brisbane Brisbane has a unique environment to make creative work. There are paths that can be followed, platforms available for sharing and critical relationships to establish in order to successfully create, present and distribute your artistic product from Brisbane.
Deb Wilks, Executive Director, Cluster Arts
Topic: The business of being a creative entrepreneur Brisbane has a world-class contemporary circus and physical theatre economy – we are the second largest contemporary circus hub outside Montreal city. Learn more about this thriving community and how it has evolved using creative entrepreneurial practises.
Join the conversation with other attendees using #bnebusiness
More information on business events can be found on Council’s business events calendar.
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