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    • 18 May 2021
    • 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Brisbane CBD
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    Queensland Resources Council Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane

    The Queensland resources sector has defied the COVID-19 global pandemic economy by adding 10,259 jobs – or more than one extra job every hour – over the quarter to February this year, according to ABS data.

    Queensland Resources Council (QRC) Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane said "the ABS data showed a 15 percent increase in direct jobs employed in the resources sector to reach 76,854 across Queensland over the past 12 months…. so Queenslanders have every reason to feel optimistic about the future as our sector continues to go from strength to strength…” Attend this exciting event to hear from Ian Macfarlane as he talks about how a global pandemic has further enabled the development of QLD’s energy & resources sector, and see how your company may be able to benefit from opportunities in this rapid growth industry.

    Ian Macfarlane was elected to Federal Parliament in 1998 and became Australia’s longest serving Federal Resources and Energy Minister and the Coalition’s longest serving Federal Industry and Innovation Minister with over 14 years of experience in both Cabinet and shadow ministerial positions before retiring from parliament in May 2016.

    Ian is the Chief Executive of the Queensland Resources Council, a non-executive director of Woodside Petroleum, the Chairman of the Innovative Manufacturing Co-operative Research Centre, a member of the University of Queensland Rural Clinical School Toowoomba Community Advisory Committee, a Board Member of both Toowoomba Surat Basin Enterprise and METS Ignited Australia Limited, an Honorary Fellow of AusIMM Minerals Institute, and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.


    The Interviewer

    Samantha Betzien
    National Safety Lead Partner, MinterEllison

    Samantha is a Partner in the Brisbane Workplace team at MinterEllison. Samantha has built a strong Queensland practice in workplace, health and safety as well as taking on the role leading the MinterEllison national Safety team. Samantha's safety practice spans strategic front end safety advice for companies and Boards and 'first response' support through to legal defence of enforcement matters. She has extensive experience defending prosecutions and provides rapid and committed client support during investigations, often attending on-site within hours of an incident. Samantha was recently named as a 2022 Lawyer of the Year by Best Lawyers in Labour and Employment Law.




    Event Partner
    Australia Israel Chamber of Commerce




    • 26 May 2021
    • 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM (UTC+10:00)
    • The Kenmore, 841 Moggill Rd, Kenmore QLD 4069
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    Rebrand and Relaunch, Rebooked!

    Take 2! Please note tickets from the COVID cancelled first attempt are still valid.

    This time is the time, the 26th of May. We'll be hosting our first official event live from a new and improved location !

    This will be the perfect opportunity to show everyone the new membership tiers, the new Ambassadors' roles and how to get into it, with the usual network experience and a new exciting, digital launch  that allows you to tap into a huge pool of new contacts, new clients and of course new opportunities!

    We are waiting for you to join us for this members only event to really work together on your new network.

    Get ready to get started.



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    Relaunch and Rebrand

    That time of the year is ....here!

    We are so excited to get this party started, the first official event of the Brisbane West Chamber of Commerce is on its way.

    2 complete hours with the new panel, sponsors and a big room ( distancing is key) full of great opportunities!

    Its Breakfast 2.0 with the chance for you to put a digital order for your coffee, food and dessert (thanks to our friends at The Single Guys), that will be delivered directly to you at the event, as you are connecting with like-minded people able to make your business a GREAT business!

    We will be also presenting the new formats, memberships and Ambassadors' opportunities.....

    So what are you waiting for ? 

    Brunch is supplied by our event sponsor The Single Guys.

    Located in the Leafy suburbs of Kenmore. We offer a full menu with a large variety of coffee offerings rotating weekly.



    Find us at 4/2051 Moggill Rd, Kenmore
    Mon - Fri 6:30am - 2:00pm
    Sat - Sun 7:00am - 2:00pm
    Phone us on 0492 258 079

    A few days before the event we'll ask you for your order comprising

    • Medium takeaway coffee
    • Bacon and eggs burger or vegetarian option
    • Choose between 2 kind of little cakes

    And you also get a free coffee voucher to be used at The Single Guys

    See you there


    Leo di Pinto
    VP & Events Manager
    Brisbane West Chamber of Commerce


    • 3 Jun 2021
    • 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM (UTC+10:00)
    • Kenmore or Brookfield
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    What Got You Here Won’t Get You There: Dale Carnegie

    “How successful people become even more successful!”

    Top performing organisations have  a proven track record with a high reputation for delivering results. This process has been chosen because you are already good at what you DO,  so what’s beyond good? What’s better then the current status quo for you and your business? 

    In this fun and engaging 90 minutes workshop we will identify what has taken you to this point, “Here”, and are you happy with “Here”? Gallup Engagement studies have proven that individual performance affects team performance, and team performance affects an organisation.

    For you and your team to move to the next level “There”, what are some of the behaviours we need to adjust individually? Behaviours that will have a direct impact on you achieving  your next desired outcome.

    Brisbane West Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Dale Carnegie Australia to bring this high-value, in-person workshop to our members to help your business thrive in 2021. The value of this workshop is $250, book your ticket as a chamber member for $35 or less and non-chamber members for $55.

    Attend this workshop and THRIVE!

    Key WorkshopPoints

    • The Paradox of Success: Four Roadblocks to Change
    • Twenty(one) Habits that Hold You Back
    • The Power of Feedback
    • “Feedforward” in Action
    • Identifying Blind Spots

    William Farmer
    Managing Director Australia | Master Trainer


    William Farmer has been involved with Dale Carnegie since his early 20’s. He found his passion young and purchased the New Zealand Franchise in 1997 after achieving Master Trainer status. He worked with many of New Zealand’s top performing organisations and international companies and in 2013 took over as Managing Director of Dale Carnegie Australia.


    William has worked with more than 35,000 people during his career with Dale Carnegie. His major focus today is Strategic Development with CEOs and General Managers with a desire to move their organisations and businesses to a new level using the most powerful tool they have – their people!

    William is now working with some of Australia’s most successful organisations such as Arthur J. Gallagher, Hutchinson Builders, Rheem, Oracle, Electrolux, Henry Schein and Toyota.

    William’s expertise is in moving people fast with power and inspirational impact. He has an innate ability for delivering training and motivational presentations in a way that support and move strong individuals outside their normal realms of comfort so they can address behaviours that may no longer be serving their business reality.

    This strong and supported coaching has taken many leaders to new heights and William is now recognized as one of the leading Engagement Specialists and Trainers in the Australasian market.

    For more information and recommendations, please visit William Farmer’s LinkedIn web page at https://www.linkedin.com/in/williamafarmer/

    • 23 Jun 2021
    • 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Brookfield Showgrounds
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    Details to follow.....


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