Sally Garrahy, Shannon McVey and Selena Cartwright at the Engaging People for Better Business breakfast hosted by AIM.
Sally Garrahy, Shannon McVey and Selena Cartwright at the Engaging People for Better Business breakfast hosted by AIM. Contributed

Talk engages community

BUSINESSPEOPLE from across the Gympie region made their way to the Civic Centre early on July 11 for a morning of networking with the added bonus of learning the secrets of successful management from two acclaimed keynote speakers.

Renowned business commentators Geoff Butler and Ken Wright shared their wisdom with the 70-strong Gympie crowd.

Both accomplished businessmen in their own rights, Mr Butler and Mr Wright shared their management expertise on different topics pertinent to local businesses.

The one-off event, Engaging People for Better Business, was hosted by the Australian Institute of Management - Queensland and Northern Territory.

AIM, a not for profit entity, developed, supported, promoted and practised the profession of management at all levels through a five-pillar strategy which focused on being member serving, region serving, profession serving, career serving and future serving.

AIM offered a range of services in business and management training, events and seminars, coaching, research and publications and other areas.

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