Diving into the business of sport - The Community Leader and Real Estate New and Views

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The local college and business community recently came together for another sold out breakfast hosted by The Moreton Bay Colleges’ Foundation at RQYS.

The event was themed The Business of Sport and featured an engaging panel of speakers including Olympic Gold Medallist, Angie Lambert, Chief Strategy Officer at VALD, Sam James and Performance Manager from Queensland Academy of Sport, Steve Rippon.

Guests at the breakfast heard from each of the speakers on their remarkable journey to success and the lessons learned along the way, providing not only valuable advice to the adults in attendance, but also timely guidance to the students in their final year at The Moreton Bay Colleges.

Students Emma Bible and Hugo Ralph fittingly concluded the special event by sharing their school sporting journeys and future ambitions with guests.

The Moreton Bay Colleges’ Executive Principal, Richard Henry, spoke of the cultural and educational opportunities the 2032 Olympics will bring to the community and the role the Colleges, and partnering local and international stakeholders play in creating these opportunities.

Councillor Krista Adams, Deputy Mayor Brisbane City Council, Chair of Economic Development and the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Committee echoed this sentiment, outlining the wealth of opportunities and investment the Olympic games will bring to the city of Brisbane.

The Moreton Bay Colleges’ Business Breakfasts occur quarterly and continue to showcase our local talent and enable our community to connect and support each other.

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