Thursday, February 8, 2024


Mackay and Whitsunday Life

Business Conference This May

Businesses from across the region are invited to register for the inaugural Whitsundays Business Conference which is organised by the Whitsunday Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and due to take place later this year.

The Conference will be held Friday, May 31 and will bring together the region’s business community and stakeholders for an inspiring day of education, sharing knowledge and experience.

The morning program will be hosted in Proserpine, with attendees invited to the subsequent afternoon of practical workshops and a Sundowner cocktail networking event in Cannonvale.

Organisers have already put together a sneak-peak of the program which promises an action-packed day of inspiration and motivation.

Start your day with networking and a series of thought-provoking sessions on Building Business Together; The Benefits and Impact of AI and Cybersecurity in Business; Features, Drivers, and Myths About the Future Workforce; and Driving Business Growth and Turning Business On Its Head.

The event has been possible with thanks to Bendigo Community Bank Cannonvale-Proserpine, Shiift, and Tassal through their local presence with the Proserpine Prawn Farm, Whitsunday Regional Council, TAFE Queensland Whitsunday Campus, and Mackay and Whitsunday Life Newspaper who have all provided their generous support in bringing this important regional event to life!

On another note, have you been enjoying our new article series featuring Chamber members?

Head over to the Chamber’s Facebook page to learn more about their members and the Ask An Expert series.

Got a business question you want answered? Visit the Chamber’s website or social media to ask your question for an expert response.

Did you know? You can join the Chamber any time, your membership is valid for 12-months from day of joining. We have five membership categories starting from $99 per year to suit a range of needs. We look forward to engaging you in Chamber life and the Whitsundays business community.

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