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 Victoria’s Treasurer will be the guest speaker at the next Greater Dandenong Chamber Business Awards breakfast.
Tim Pallas will outline key features of the 2018-’19 State Budget and its impact on business competitiveness, jobs and investment at the Friday 18 May event.
The breakfast will also showcase three nominees for the business awards, and one for the Youth Enterprise Award.
This year’s Greater Dandenong Chamber of Commerce Business Awards winners will be announced at an event on Wednesday 21 November.
The morning will kick off at 7am at Punthill Apartment Hotel Dandenong, 159 Lonsdale Street, Dandenong.
Tickets are $50 for members and $65 for non-members. RSVP by Tuesday 15 May.
Visit www.greaterdandenongchamber.com.au to book.
Call Amanda Checken on 9768 3283 or email amanda@greaterdandenongchamber.com.au for more information.

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