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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Making ideas happen at Eurobodalla Business Innovation Seminar

Moruya Business Chamber is holding a Business Innovation Seminar this month. Designed for local businesses and business start-ups, the seminar includes three key speakers on innovation, an interactive panel discussion and networking opportunities.

“The seminar is not just about ideas, it’s about making ideas happen,” says Moruya Business Chamber Vice-President and 2016 Eurobodalla Business Leader of the Year Mr Steve Picton.

“It has been designed for our local businesses as an opportunity to obtain start-up and ongoing help to build, resource and sustain local innovation. If you have a commercial idea, new product or innovation that you wish to grow, come along, listen and ask questions of the influential key speakers. You won’t be disappointed,” says Mr Picton.

Key speakers on the evening are Dr Leonie Pearson, Major Research Projects Leader at Regional Australia Institute, Omar Kalifa, CEO of the University of Wollongong’s iAccellerate and Peter Masterson, Regional Manager of AusIndustry. Each of these key influencers are passionate about growing innovation and are leaders in their field.

The Eurobodalla Business Innovation Seminar is on Thursday, 20 April from 6pm at the Moruya Golf Club. Tickets are $28 for Moruya Business Chamber members or $36 for non-members, and includes the seminar and a two course dinner.

If you are thinking about joining the Moruya Business Chamber, now is the perfect time. Not only will you get discounted tickets to the seminar, the Chamber is also launching its latest buy local initiative this month. The #buylocal2537 social media campaign kicks off next week and will feature services and products from Chamber members in the 2537 postcode.

For more information about the seminar or to join the Chamber, please visit

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