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Melbourne Business Club launch

11 Jun 2015

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More than 50 local business people turned out for the launch of the Melbourne Business Club on Saturday, May 16 at the Langham Hotel in Southbank.

Members were treated to an evening of food, entertainment and presentations from a number of key members and stakeholders in what was an exciting taste of things to come.

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

Members were addressed by a host of key speakers, including Australian aid and parliament project manager at Save the Children Australia and former mayor of Maribyrnong City Council, Sarah Carter.  

In his official speech to launch the initiative, the club’s executive president Abdullah Altintop said the new multicultural business network would provide exciting opportunities for Melbourne’s business community.

For more information or to become a member visit:
www.thebusinessclub.com.au

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