February Breakfast Wrap up.

The Creek to Creek Chamber of Commerce Breakfast featured an amazing presentation from Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Chief Executive Officer and Queensland Telstra Business Women of the Year 2006 Michelle Monsour (Pictured left with Margaret May MP).

Members and invited guests were treated to a presentation that focused on how the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary learnt from the past to position the business for future success. The main message was to be successful in business, no matter what you do, you have to love and be passionate about what you do, and the results follow.

Michelle left members excited and inspired about what is happening at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, and with philosophies that all local business can use in there everyday, like the ord breaker!

And i am sure if you asked anyone who attended the breakfast they could tell you a) how long an echidna mates for and b) what happens when you tickle an echida's tummy in a scientific setting!

Other special guests included The Federal Member for McPherson Margaret May MP, and local Councilor Daphne McDonald.

The Chamber would like to thank everyone who attended the February Breakfast, and Gold Members Mackintosh International College, Currumbin RSL, Inology and Bronze Members, Blossoms in the Pines, and Jonathan Grant Business Accountants for their continued support. And a special thanks to Commerce Queensland for their lucky badge draw wine pack.

We look forward to seeing everyone at the Australian Exclusive at the next breakfast, click here for more details.





Inspired: Tugun's Bendigo Bank Manager Peter Dirkx with Blossoms in the Pines owner Lynne Newbury and Jam Consulting's bright spark Angela Meyers.













Friendly faces: Australian Life Insurance Manager Jill Henderson and Wilson National Home Loans Managing Director reflect on a great breakfast. "What a fabulous breakfast, Michelle is a great speaker, i am truly inspired." Jill says.











The boys: New Member Anthony Robbie from The Robbie Group, catches up with Rob Morse from Wilson National Home Loans, and Commerce Queensland's Brendan Ritchie.





 (please note - other pictures were taken at the function however a few pictures had blinking eyes.)








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