What’s the chance your enterprise is going to survive?

What’s the chance your enterprise is going to survive?

Register now for the Young Change Agents Pitch night at CQU.

Duncan Armstrong, Rockhampton’s 2 time Olympian, is part of the RCC SMART Hub convening panel of judges. Duncan believes that succession planning is a function of an enterprise’s survivability as a local or regional business.  He sees that the key lies with Rocky’s youth and “their ideas to change the future”.  The Young Change Agents showcase promises to be a “great night for our youth and… the future of Rockhampton”.

The Inaugural Young Change Agents Regional Pitch Rockhampton event being hosted at CQU, September 6, 2018  6:00 pm-9:00 pm is a critical step in a program that helps young people see problems as opportunities through the lens of social enterprise.

The event signifies the launch of youth entrepreneurship in Capricornia, a matter of more than passing significance to local businesses and industry.

Members are cordially invited to register via:  https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/young-change-agents-regional-pitch-rockhampton-tickets-48575110463.

Major sponsors include the Telstra Foundation and CQUniversity. Come along to hear our new Young Change Agents pitch their social enterprise solutions to problems they have identified and are passionate about!

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