Breakfast Event - Your business could change the world

25 March 2014

Your Business Can Change the World – Breakfast Talk with Ben Peacock

So you’re a small business. You can only have a small impact, right? Uh uh, think again. Some of the world’s most impressive businesses are (or were) small. What they have in common? is a good sense of self, an excellent handle on what matters most in the world and an incredible ability to capture customers’ imaginations with ideas that change the world and have buyers beating a path to their door at the same time.

A small idea such as Earth Hour (celebrated on Sat 29 March) was founded in Sydney in 2007 and has now been embraced by 7001 cities and 152 nations across the globe. Is your idea the next big idea that takes over the world?

Better Business Partnership (BBP) and the Chatswood Chamber of Commerce has engaged special guest speaker Ben Peacock to present an informative talk over breakfast on how your business ideas can shape the future. This seminar is open to all North Shore businesses.

Ben Peacock is founder of do-good communications company Republic of Everyone. He is also co-founder of the PR agency The Bravery and start up business ideas The Garage Sale Trail and Grow It Local. As well as all being small businesses, what brings these four companies together is that they seek to inspire and grow by creating a better world.

RSVP: julie@chatswoodchamber.com.au by 21 March
When: Tuesday 25 March
Time: 6.30am for 7am start
Cost: $15 for Chatswood Chamber of Commerce and BBP Members,
$20 for non-members. A light breakfast will be provided.
Where: St George Business Hub, Level 5, 67 Albert Ave, Chatswood
Getting there: visit 131500.com.au for public transport options or if driving, the Westfield car park, 1 Anderson Street, has FREE 2 hours parking.

 If you would like to book a place for this seminar please email your name, business name, contact phone number and position title to: julie@chatswoodchamber.com.au or call Julie at the Chamber on 9415 2636 by Friday 21 March. Get in quickly, spaces are limited.

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