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Business club launch

14 May 2015

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The new Melbourne Business Club will officially launch at the Langham Hotel in Southbank on May 16.

The new organisation has been established in an effort to provide support for and cater to the needs of business owners in Melbourne.

The club’s executive president and Melbourne Legal Group founding solicitor Abdullah Altintop said local businesses could greatly benefit from becoming a member of the club.

“Networking is essential to many small and medium enterprises, meeting new potential clients, stakeholders, people who can inject you with new ideas to develop your business,” he said.  

“By being in a positive, diverse and focused environment, business leaders, managers and developers can maintain focus in relation to their business and exchange experiences, goals and ambition.”

Mr Altintop said he looked forward to engaging further with the Southbank community and encouraged business owners to get involved.

“The Southbank business community is located in a very central location, businesses in this location can be attractive to a lot of our members,” he said.

“I would encourage business owners in Southbank to contact us to discuss how the business club can be of benefit to them.”  

The Melbourne Business Club launch will be held at 5:00pm on May 16 at the Langham Hotel.

For more information visit

www.thebusinessclub.com.au

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