STEVE BAXTER AT BRISBANE CITY HALL

STEVE BAXTER AT BRISBANE CITY HALL

STEVE Baxter will take a bite out of Brisbane City Hall on July 3, where he will address a Brisbane Business News' Breakfast Series audience.

The Shark Tank judge and serial startup entrepreneur will front the audience for a fireside chat, addressing the nitty-gritty of entrepreneurship in the no-frills manner he is best known for.

The event promises to be a fantastic opportunity to hear from one of Australia's most successful tech entrepreneurs, who fiercely advocates Queensland's potential as a powerhouse for global innovation.

An active supporter of the startup eco-system, Baxter is a founding board member of advocacy group StartupAUS, the founder of Brisbane co-working community River City Labs, and the mission leader for Startup Catalyst.

Join us for an unforgettable morning, which will be an excellent opportunity to forge relationships with other likeminded people, while feeding on inspiration from Queensland's only Shark.

Second release tickets available now for $59 per person or $550 for a table of 10. The event will commence at 7am for a 7.15am start and conclude at 8.30am.

To secure your place, please contact Kim Draper on 07 3608 2068 or email [email protected] or return a booking form.

 

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