Young Professionals Gold Coast – Network on the Gold Coast

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Have you been paying attention to the amount of changes our beloved Gold Coast has seen over the past decade? A world-leading University hospital, spectacular family friendly parklands, the expansive shopping malls including Robina Town Centre and the current facelift at Pacific Fair plus Queensland’s first light rail system G:link are just a few. Let’s not neglect future plans underway for the 2018 Commonwealth Games and a $300 million Cultural Precinct, on the site of the current Gold Coast Art Centre, with jaw dropping facilities ready to project our coastal ‘surfing’ city onto the world map. This development growth brings business growth, but how do we connect with like-minded professionals who are driving the Gold Coast’s corporate culture? Well Young Professionals Gold Coast is committed to this cause.

YP Gold Coast’s passion is facilitating the growth of job opportunities and career development for our city. Each month the group holds events with industry leader key note speakers, open to anyone interested. The group aims to increase the Gold Coast’s reputation as a leading body of commercial buzz and assist with the city’s sustainability. Through a series of events, YP Gold Coast provides Gold Coast business professionals with opportunities to network on the Gold Coast and rub shoulders with fellow ‘go-getters’ and industry leaders about a variety of business topics.

The next YP Gold Coast event is on Friday 15 August with David Koch from Channel 7’s Sunrise Program. As an entrepreneur, journalist, television presenter and chairman of Port Adelaide Football Club, ‘Kochie’ will provide beneficial suggestions for entrepreneurs and start-up enterprises. Topics explored will include how the Gold Coast can diversify its economy and ways in which our city can step out in front as a business professional.

If you’d like to be part of this business lunch and to read more about how to connect with like-minded professionals, jump over to YPGC’s website at this link

 

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