Businesses are invited to join Australia’s leading demographer Bernard Salt this November at Casey Cardinia Region’s final Business Breakfast for 2018.
The event will be held at Cranbourne Racing Centre, Grant St, Cranbourne on Wednesday 28 November from 6.45am to 9am.
Bernard Salt is well known for his entertaining and witty presentation of how trends in social, generational and demographics shape the future environment for businesses and individuals.
The writer of a twice-weekly column in The Australian, Bernard is also a former partner at KPMG Demographics and renowned author of six books, celebrated media personality and sought-after business advisor.
Cardinia Shire Mayor Cr Collin Ross said attendees are sure to be entertained and intrigued by Bernard’s take on trends.
“Bernard’s ability to identify, analyse and present the impacts of demographic trends on shaping the future for business in Australia and abroad is very impressive. Attendees at this final business breakfast for 2018 are in for a treat with his presentation style widely praised for being both entertaining and persuasive!
“This is an event you won’t want to miss and tickets will sell quickly. I encourage you to ‘follow the trend’ on this one and get your tickets now to avoid disappointment,” Cr Ross said.
City of Casey Mayor Cr Amanda Stapledon said the business breakfasts support local businesses across the Casey Cardinia Region to learn from some of the best business minds in Australia and network with like-minded people.
“We have had an amazing line up of special guest speakers in the 2017–18 Business Breakfast series, and the final breakfast will be no exception. Bernard Salt is a highly intelligent and entertaining speaker,” Cr Stapledon said.
Tickets are on sale until Tuesday 27 November 2018 at www.trybooking.com/439276
Tickets are $60 per person (including GST) or businesses can sponsor a table of 10 people for $700 (including GST). The cost includes a cooked breakfast, tea and coffee.
For more information and enquiries, contact Cardinia Shire Council’s Business Support Officer, Chrissy Lloyd on 5945 4387 or email firstname.lastname@example.org