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YRBA meets new Parks CEO

10 Aug 2017

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New Parks Victoria (PV) CEO was the special guest at last month’s Yarra River Business Association (YRBA) luncheon at River’s Edge Events at World Trade Centre Wharf.

Members were treated to another informative networking event overlooking the Yarra River, as YRBA executive officer Tim Bracher moderated an interesting Q&A with PV CEO Matthew Jackson.

With a strong background in tourism, Mr Jackson provided businesses with a great deal of optimism as he presented his vision for helping stimulate activation of the lower Yarra.

While PV regulation and bureaucracy has long presented a frustrating barrier to local business, Mr Jackson asserted his ambition to work with local stakeholders to explore new ways of promoting more activity in the precinct.

The YRBA will hold its last luncheon for the year in November.

For more information visit yarrariver.melbourne

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