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23 August 2017

Danny Maher speaks on digital disruption in our city

“The sharing of knowledge makes knowledge greater”.

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19 May 2017

YP GOLD COAST CALLS ON MEMBERS TO STAND UP FOR CHANGE

YOUNG Professionals Gold Coast has called on its members to use the organisation as a means to advocate for the change they want to see in the city.

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14 March 2017

Gold Coast Entrepreneurs Share Tips for Startup Success

 Find your passion, surround yourself with the right people, and have a fair dinkum crack. 

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2 November 2016

City Leaders: Building the industries of the future

Griffith University and Young Professionals Gold Coast have a lot in common – the most significant being that both organisations are dedicated to growing the city’s corporate culture.

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28 October 2016

City Leaders: Bob East taking the city to the next level

Bob East is arguably one of the most influential business leaders on the Gold Coast, standing at the helm of one of the city’s largest companies and leading a team of more than 6000.

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25 October 2016

City Leaders: Airport high-flyer has firm roots on the Coast

Marion Charlton understands the importance of first impressions better than most.

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20 October 2016

YP RALLIES EXPERTS FOR PROGRESS DEBATE

A group of business leaders who will play an instrumental role in the city’s economic progress has been assembled for the second annual City Leaders Forum, hosted by Young Professionals Gold Coast.

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19 October 2016

City Leaders: Peta Fielding brewing success

Frustrated by the lack of soul in Queensland’s beer landscape, Gold Coaster Peta Fielding and her Hawaiian brew-master husband found the inspiration to establish Burleigh Brewing.

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14 October 2016

City Leaders: Mark Peters creating a legacy beyond 2018

THE CEO of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation Mark Peters says while the much anticipated event lasts 11 days in theory, it actually presents a decade worth of opportunity for the city. 

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