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Chance for businesses to network and learn

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July 12, 2017

Seymour Business and Tourism are holding a business networking lunch and information session next Wednesday.

Seymour Business and Tourism are holding a business networking lunch and information session next Wednesday.

The free event will be held at the CHASE nightclub from 1pm, serving as a great opportunity to view the multi-million dollar investment in Seymour.

As well as a light lunch for those on the go, attendees will hear from guest speaker Susie Filleti, who is Seymour Alternative Farming Expo’s event manager.

Ms Filleti will speak to guests to gain interest and ideas to help continue to build the expo into a major Victorian event, starting with how they can best deliver the 2018 expo.

Ms Filleti will address the key results and stats from this year’s event, explain the vision for the expo next year and in to the future, and will be looking for ideas and feedback from local traders for next year’s event.

‘‘(We want to) encourage better engagement with the local Seymour community, in particular the businesses,’’ she said.

‘‘We could offer broad ideas on how (businesses) can leverage from the expo.’’

Also attending the event and to speak on the NBN and talk offline with anyone is Amy Jaballah, who is the community affairs manager for the NBN rollout in Seymour.

‘‘I’ll run through a brief presentation that covers an overview of the NBN network, as well as an update on the roll out across Seymour and surrounds,’’ Ms Jaballah said.

‘‘I’ll also bring some collateral with me so folks can chat to me after the luncheon if they have any specific questions.’’

Current and intending Seymour Business and Tourism members who attend the event can also pay their annual 2017-18 membership, which is $50 for a company or $25 for single operators or individuals.

●The business networking event will be held next Wednesday, July 19 at CHASE Nightclub and Conference Venue. Guests should arrive at 1pm for a 1.30pm start. To RSVP, email [email protected] coaches.com.au

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