Networking Breakfast

Thursday 26 April 2018
7.15 am for 7.30 am start

Level 1
InterContinental, Sydney Double Bay
33 Cross Street, Sydney Double Bay

Guest Speaker: CITY OF SYDNEY Councillor & Award Winning Business Owner Angela Vithoulkas

TOPIC: How To Grow Your Business in today’s Economic Climate

RSVP and Payment

A breakfast fee of $30 includes a delicious Continental Breakfast.

Please note there is a price rise from $25 to $30 p.p for breakfast fees due to the InterContinental Hotel’s 2018 revised catering policy.

Members who have pre-paid for their breakfast, please RSVP via email

Enquiries: Mobile: 0417 485 690;

We are no longer able to accommodate late arrivals so please book early!

Prepaid bookings only. We accept bank transfer or credit card. Sorry no cash.
Payment is not possible on the morning of the breakfast. RSVP. Please book by Friday 20th April 2018. Don’t forget your business cards.

Alternatively, payment can be made to:
DBNG, St George Bank
BSB 112 879. Acc 492 869 131 

Topic: Business vs Politics

Angela has a long and proud history as a small business advocate, commentator and advisor. She is the CEO of the VIVO Cafe Group located in Sydney’s CBD and the founder of Eagle Waves Radio, Australia’s first small business podcasting platform.

She is a twice elected Independent City of Sydney Councillor having won her seat in 2012 and 2016. Angela is the Deputy Chairperson of the City of Sydney Economic Development and Business Sub-Committee overseeing a budget of half a billion dollars.

Acknowledgement of her success over the years is reflected through her many awards which include NSW Entrepreneur of the year and Telstra’s Women’s Business Owner of the year. In 2017 Angela was named as one of Australia’s top 9 influential female entrepreneurs, she is a regular on ABC’s The Drum, Weekend News 24, Radio 2GB, 2UE and Channel 10.

Angela has just now successfully established and registered the Small Business Matters Party to run in the NSW State Elections in 2019. Angela is fighting to ensure that small business is front and centre when it comes to Government policy and decision making. An important initiative.

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