Networking Breakfast

Thursday 26 May 2016
7.15 am for 7.30 am start

Level 1 – Keltie Cove Room
InterContinental, Sydney
Double Bay
33 Cross Street

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Jessie will talk about the importance of marketing
and innovation in the growth of
her restaurant empire

RSVP and Payment

A breakfast fee of $25 includes a delicious Continental Breakfast.

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

Due to the hotel’s catering policy, we can accept bank transfer or credit card prepaid bookings only.
Payment is not possible on the morning of the breakfast. RSVP by Monday 23 May 2016.

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

Jessie Chau is a Chartered Accountant who worked with one of the big four accounting firms before moving into management roles within the funds management industry. In the last 11 years, Jessie has focused on the development of her own business ventures in the hospitality and entertainment industries.

Together with her husband Terence and the support of business partners, she founded – and continues to own and manage – nine successful restaurant and entertainment venues. Some are award winners and many are recognised as market leaders in the industry.

Jesse and her husband own and operate eight successful Sydney restaurants, including: The Eight; Zilver Chinatown; Zilver Bondi Junction; Umi Sushi and Udon, Mizuya; as well as two karaoke bars – Dynasty and The Square Karaoke.

Jessie is also a partner in two well-known Chinese restaurants in Haymarket – Zilver (500 seats) and The Eight Modern Chinese Restaurant (600 seats).

As a successful businesswoman, Jessie is also socially responsible and has dedicated 11 years to charitable work with a recognised woman’s organisation – Way In Network, where she is the current vice-president.   

In  2015, Jessie was included in the list of prestigious Top 10 Outstanding Young Cantonese  at the 2nd Global Conference of the Cantonese held in Zhuhai, China.

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