Building Business Confidence
1 March @ 7:00 am – 9:00 am
Capricornia Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce Industry Queensland is inviting members of the public to attend the Building Business Confidence Breakfast.
The event will be held on Monday, 1 March from 6.45am to 8.30am at Coco Brew, 114 William Street, Rockhampton.
The event will focus on the Central Queensland region, and in particular insights into the current business environment and initiatives to bolster the regions future.
The event includes a variety of presenters including keynote speaker, Jack Baxter – Economist CCIQ and Tony Edwards from Evans Edwards & Associates.
Registration includes a buffet breakfast
Tony is a founding Principal of Evans Edwards & Associates, and attributes his success in business to his passion to do all that he can to work with his clients to grow and fulfil their business, financial and life goals.
He is a Chartered Accountant, a Certified Practicing Accountant, a registered Company Auditor and Business Advisor with over 40 years’ experience helping businesses in the local community.
Tony has been a Director of the Capricornia Credit Union since 2000, and Board Chairman since 2013. Tony has been fortunate in having the opportunity to work with a broad range of clients in different fields, including Professionals, Manufacturers, Primary Producers, Tourism, Contractors, Not-for-Profits and Large and Small Clubs, and prides himself on being available to help his clients in all areas of their business.
Jack Baxter is an Economist and Policy Advisor at CCIQ. He is Queensland’s trusted voice for economic analysis, policy design and advocacy.
Jack’s experience stems from his successful studies across the fields of economics and financial markets. He holds a Bachelor of Business from James Cook University (Economics and Banking Finance) as well as other micro-credentials relevant to the Financial and Insurance Services sector.
During his studies, he worked as a qualified finance broker in North Queensland where he consulted with businesses across all Industries, where he experienced first-hand the struggles facing small businesses in Queensland, including battles with natural disaster events, cost burdens and policy compliance.
It is for this reason, backed with his extensive tertiary education that he now advocates firmly on behalf of all businesses in Queensland.