Local update | guest speakers | business networking | meet others who work in Queanbeyan
Queanbeyan has a thriving business community, with strong construction, manufacturing, retail, tourism & hospitality, agriculture and public service sectors. Queanbeyan Connect is chance for local businesses and workers to network each month in a relaxed environment. The meetups provide a chance for those working and running businesses to discover opportunities, ideas, partnerships and support.
Each meeting, a selection of local speakers will present ideas and updates, followed by drinks and casual networking.
Meetings are held quarterly.
The next Queanbeyan Connect will be held on the 11th September 2019 from 5.30pm at the Royal Hotel, Queanbeyan.
A full list of speakers is presented below
|Local broadcasting legend Cam Sullings will MC the Queanbeyan Connect event.|
|Todd Wright, founder of Threesides Marketing, will discuss how local businesses can leverage the opportunities available through the range of Google products and how Threesides Marketing is working with Visit Queanbeyan-Palerang.|
|Chris Duncan, Service Manager of Recreation & Culture at QPRC, will speak on the exciting future of The Q precinct and the opportunities for local businesses to engage with, and leverage off, event organisers.|
|Camilla Staff will discuss the work of Regional Development Australia Southern Inland and how Connect events can benefit local business communities.|
|Anthony McDonald, of the Royal Hotel, will discuss why he chose to invest in Queanbeyan and how he sees the Royal playing an integral role in the future of the city.|
|Our September local business profile will be of 4Data in Queanbeyan West.
Andrew Caudle is the lead of a 4Data, a Queanbeyan West based Information Technology engineering company that provides 25+ years of solutions to small businesses and government.
Andrew is married to wife Sharon, and they have two Rowing daughters; who work with Andrew in the business.
Queanbeyan Connect is proudly supported by Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council, Southern Region Business Enterprise Centre, Regional Development Australia Southern Inland and the Royal Hotel Queanbeyan.