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Gold Coast Leaders' May Executive Series event saw a number of new Executive companies join our Alumni, Industry Experts, Partners and Advisory board for an evening of great insight from Advisory Board member and biomedical extraordinaire Jim Kalokerinos and Industry Partner, Small Business Association of Australia founder Anne Nalder hosted by Advisory Board member Murray D'Aleimda. 


Gold Coast Leaders’ Advisory Board member, Derek Cronin hosted the April Connect event which included Industry Partner, Metricon Homes and Industry Expert, Griffith University sharing some key insights and updates on what the future holds for both companies.  


Gold Coast Suns Commercial Sales Manager, Adam Spackman sat down with one of the Gold Coast Leaders Directors, Sean Braybrook to discuss his role, some of the key skills he has learnt through Gold Coast Leaders Executive Series program and how he was able to use and share them in the corporate sector of the Gold Coast Suns.   


Strategic Development Experts, David Metherell and Jay Tinkler from Encite Partners have been involved with Gold Coast Leaders since its inception and have also been involved in other Leaders Series around the State. Sean sat down with them and asked what some of the biggest changes they have seen in the past 10 years and what do they think are some of the critical components for successful leaders in the coming years. 


The Gold Coast Leaders March Executive Series welcomed our Industry Partner, G8 Education, Industry Experts, Hickey Lawyers and KPMG and our new Alumni member, Mass Products share some of their key career defining lessons. We also welcomed special guest and founder of the International Leaders Series, James Paulsen. 


Gold Coast Leaders Directors, Michael I'Anson and Sean Braybrook welcomed the first Executive Series event for 2019 with some of the Gold Coast's most elite industry experts and influencers. 


Gold Coast Leader’s Industry Expert Mercury IT is urging businesses to prepare for the Notifiable Data Breach NDB legislation, coming into effect on February 22, 2018.

It will affect a significant number of businesses including all those who have turned over $3million in revenue since 2001, it captures a number of other businesses regardless of turnover based on a number of different criteria.

Data breaches that cause serious harm to individuals are reportable, with significant penalties to be incurred on businesses responsible for the breach.

For anyone interested in learning more about the legislation read the accompanying summary designed to educate CEO's, CFO's, CIO's and CTO's of the risks facing their organisations due to these changes.

For Gold Coast based businesses they will also be hosting an exclusive CyberSecurity Event on the topic on Tuesday 6 February 2018. Click here to find out more.

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