Tastes of the World Business Breakfast
03 Sep 2014 | Wednesday 6:45am to 9:30am
The inaugural BEMAC Business Breakfast will bring together the corporate and culturally diverse business sector under the banner of Queensland’s Cultural Diversity Week. The Breakfast features inspirational speaker Sharif Deen and pays tribute to the 20th Anniversary of Latin Dance in Australia, through Rio Rhythmics founder Tarcisio Teatini-Climaco.
Sharif Deen, a finalist of the Biggest Loser, has turned his personal journey into a successful business, helping others transform their lives through wellness coaching, training and motivational speaking.
Rio Rhythmics is the largest and longest running Latin Dance Academy in the Southern Hemisphere. They have taught over 35,000 students at their West End, Brisbane studios. Established in 1994 by Brazilian-born Tarcisio Teatini-Climaco, they celebrate two decades of Latin Dance in Australia and pride themselves on teaching authentic Latin dance to students.
With live performances by talented world artists, great networking opportunities between the corporate sector and a moorish breakfast consisting of an all nations menu spotlighting Eritrean, Filipino and Iranian cuisine, this event is not to be missed. So book now – tickets are strictly limited!
This event is proudly supported by ACCESS community services.
A Queensland Cultural Diversity Week event proudly brought to you by the Queensland Government.
|Dates:||Wednesday 3 September|
|Time:||6:45am to 9:30am|
|Tickets:||Full &70 Conc. $50 Table corporate $560 Table culturally diverse business $400|
|Address:||Queensland Multicultural Centre 102 Main St Kangaroo Point|