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Mayne addresses the YRBA

13 Aug 2015

Mayne addresses the YRBA Image

More than 30 local business people enjoyed an engaging address from City of Melbourne councillor Stephen Mayne at the Yarra River Business Association’s (YRBA) quarterly luncheon on July 17.

The Bohemian Bar and Restaurant at Dukes Walk, South Wharf, provided the ideal location for the business group’s second luncheon of the year as Cr Mayne entertained and informed members with his speech.

Cr Mayne’s background in journalism, share holder advocacy and local government provided him with a wealth of informative and witty stories, as he focused predominantly on public communication in a cyber age.

Lord Mayor Robert Doyle will address the YRBA’s next luncheon at the Arts Centre on November 30 in Southbank, in what will be a Q&A style forum.

For more information visit www.yarrariver.info

 

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