The 2019 PIPA Melbourne breakfast seminar is on Thursday 31 October at the Sofitel Melbourne on Collins.
The breakfast will be a chance to hear from three expert speakers as well as network with your peers.
This year’s line-up is:
- Ben Kingsley, Empower Wealth
Growing your Business – Empower Wealth Founder and Managing Director Ben Kingsley will explain how his business benefited from a diversified business model that includes property investment advice, mortgage broking, buyer’s agent and financial planning – and how your business can, too!
- Mark Carter, GLOW Academy
Director of GLOW Academy, as well as speaker and business coach, Mark Carter will teach you an equation that will highlight the three things to focus on each day as well as why you must understand your “ace card”.
- Kylie Davis, PropTech
PropTech Entrepreneur Kylie Davis will discuss how technology is changing property investment now and into the future.
This event is FREE for PIPA members and includes a light breakfast.
The event is also open to non-members and also provides an an opportunity to learn more about PIPA as well as network with other industry practitioners.
MELBOURNE PIPA BREAKFAST SEMINAR DETAILS:
Date: Thursday 31 October 2019
Where: Sofitel Melbourne on Collins, 25 Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3000
Time: 7.00am for a 7.30 am start. The event will conclude by 9am
Cost: Free for PIPA members
$40 (+GST) for non-members
A light breakfast will be served
You must register for this event so we can confirm final numbers. To register, click on the register now button:
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