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Future makers - How multicultural communities are shaping business futures

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VU at MetroWest

138 Nicholson Street

Footscray, Victoria 3011

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In this free Game Changers session, we explore trends in how multicultural communities are shaping business futures.

Did you know that cross-cultural thinking improves businesses internally, not just in the global market place?

This Game Changer showcases successful multicultural businesses and explores the challenges and opportunities that accompany innovation and growth.

Chair:
Rohini Kappadath -
Chair, Multicultural Business Ministerial Council

Panel:
Faddy Zouky OAM
- Executive Director of the Zouki Group of Companies
Mazen Hajjar - CEO Hawkers Beer
Saba Alemayoh - Restaurateur, entrepreneur and founder of Afro Hub
Jenny Nguyen - Phat Chicks Fried Chicken
Joel Chackungal - CEO of Perdix Aero

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The event is free and open to the whole community.
Book your place online (external link).

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Date: Thursday 31 August
Time: 6.00pm – 7.30pm
Pop-up bar: 5.30pm – 6.00pm
Location: VU at MetroWest, 138 Nicholson Street, Footscray

About Footscray University Town

The Game Changers Conversation series is a project of Footscray University Town, a joint initiative between Maribyrnong City Council and Victoria University.

This partnership allows us to harness the knowledge and resources of the University and community which results in Footscray being a smart, creative and vibrant multicultural community with access to opportunity and prosperity. By working together we align University, business and community interests and activities.

The FUT partners aim to open up new opportunities for employment, enterprise and investment throughout Melbourne’s west.
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