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Understanding Indonesia

30 Jul 2013

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The Rotary Club of Docklands is holding a “Q and A” breakfast around understanding Indonesia next month.

According to club president Joseph Ebbage, attendees to the breakfast on August 15 will hear from two speakers.

Victorian chair of the Australian Indonesian Business Council Juris Austrums will speak about the business opportunities available between Australia and Indonesia.

Rotary’s Australian-Pacific communications officer Philip Archer will talk about the role of Rotary in community service projects in Indonesia.

“The breakfast is aimed at extending our knowledge and awareness of our northern neighbour,” Mr Ebbage said.

“Indonesia is a fast-growing and highly complex country with plenty of business opportunities.”

The breakfast will be held at Harbour Kitchen on Victoria Harbour Promenade on August 15 and is the first of a series of planned “Q and A” breakfasts.

“We’re looking to do a number of these breakfasts on a number of different key themes,” Mr Ebbage said.

Attendees should arrive by 7.15am for a 7.30am start and the breakfast will finish at 8.30am.

Tickets are $40 per person, with all proceeds going to Rotary Australia projects in Indonesia.

To book, contact Mr Ebbage 0407 543 340 or at (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

 

 

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