MIGUEL TO HEADLINE BRISBANE BREAKFAST

MIGUEL TO HEADLINE BRISBANE BREAKFAST

FOLLOWING its successful inaugural event last year featuring celebrity guests Chrissie Swan and Dami Im, Great Expectation Speakers and Trainers will once again be hosting the Office Professionals Breakfast in Brisbane next month.

This year celebrity chef and TV host Miguel Maestre (pictured) from lifestyle show The Living Room is lined up as headline speaker, with TV personality Ed Philips gearing up to emcee the breakfast

Former Australian Idol contestant Casey Barnes will be performing at the event, to be held on Friday May 6 at the Pullman Hotel in King George Square.

The breakfast is aimed at recognising the work done by all office professionals, both within and outside of the legal profession.

Event organiser and managing director of Great Expectation Marg Booth says the event is a perfect way to show appreciation for the hard yards that staff members put in, and for all those who might not be as religiously thanked as they should.

"In our work at Great Expectation we know dedicated office professionals who put in the hard work, and we've always thought this should be recognised," says Booth.

"The breakfast is a way for CEOs and senior managers to acknowledge the role office professionals do."

Guests are also set to receive gift bags on the day, which include a $100 voucher for Brisbane's ARIA restaurant alongside other treats from Sirromet Wines, Di Bella Coffee and Dello Mano.

 

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