Seven time Nobel Peace prize nominee Sir Bob Geldof joins Business Chicks in Brisbane on March 22.
We’re very excited to bring Sir Bob Geldof to the Brisbane business community. Sir Bob Geldof will be the guest speaker at a Business Chicks breakfast on March 22. The seven time Nobel Peace prize nominee is a world class speaker, a masterful storyteller and a provocative presenter whose message of personal responsibility will really push you outside of your comfort zone.
There's no denying it. Bob Geldof is a rock star. His children are called Peaches, Pixie and Fifi, his best friend is Bono and with that scruffy unwashed look and boundless charisma, he's led an extraordinary life. But unlike many, he's used his celebrity to stand for something and he's still making it count.
As the brains behind initiatives such as Live Aid and Band Aid, Geldof has raised more than $150 million for on the ground relief work in Africa. No stranger to controversy and the media spotlight, Geldof has overcome tragedy and heartbreak to become a global activist and voice for change.
This is your opportunity to be witness to one of the most powerful and inspirational influencers of our time. Don't miss out. There are very limited tickets available - book your ticket or table now!
Business Chicks is Australia’s largest network for women, with almost 28,000 members across Australia. We offer a sophisticated online member platform, publish a quarterly magazine named Latte and run the highest-attended events on the corporate women’s calendar, with up to 1700 guests at each event. We currently have a presence in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide and Perth, with previous speakers including Ita Buttrose, Sir Richard Branson, Olivia Newton-John, Sir Bob Geldof and Diane von Furstenberg.
For more information and to book tickets head to www.businesschicks.com.au/events
To arrange an interview with CEO Emma Isaacs please contact Rebecca Bodman on firstname.lastname@example.org or on (02) 8235 0107
At Business Chicks we believe that great stuff happens when women come together to uplift and inspire each other. When we stop competing, and start lending a hand. When we give of ourselves and our expertise so that others can benefit from it. We imagine a world where women feel part of something bigger than themselves, and a world where we feel safe to give anything a go.
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