Once again over 700 members and guests attended The Australian Lebanese Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Business Luncheon at Doltone House, Pyrmont. This is the chambers flagship networking event.
This event was proudly sponsored by The Institute of Training and supported by the Chamber’s partner Arab Bank Australia. The Institute’s Managing Director Warren Jack said, “This is one of the most successful functions I’ve ever been to. Very well organised and lots of people attend”.
Sky News’ Chief Political Reporter, Kieran Gilbert was the Masters of Ceremonies delighting the audience with political commentaries and his own take in being Australian-Lebanese.
The Luncheon’s keynote speaker was Scott Morrison MP who spoke about his visit to Lebanon with Tony Burke MP and the Coalition’s policy on immigration.
Amongst guests in attendance was Ben Fordham from Radio 2GB. Ben joined the stage with Kieran and entertained the audience with his experience in Lebanon and the hospitality of the Lebanese community. At the end, both Ben and Kieran attempted a traditional Lebanese “war cry”.
Zed n Zed Jewellers donated two NRL State of Origin watches for the lucky door prize and well as The Institute of Training donating iPads.
After the Luncheon concluded, guests were invited to The Star for further networking opportunities. The ALCC’s Luncheon attracts high profile corporate celebrities as well as a number of guests keen to network and grow their business.
The ALCC’s Luncheon is held every year in July. If you are serious about expanding your network and focused on growth, secure your spot and book early.