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Business Studio lunch box forum: minimising risk and maximising potential [EVENT]

By Administrator | 26 September 2018

Date: Wednesday 19 September 2018 Time: 12.30pm–1.15pm- Where: Business Studio, level 1, State Library of Queensland.

Minimising risk and maximising potential

Christine Mudavanhu-Makumbe

Christine is the principal consultant of Utano Consulting a strategy and policy consulting firm which also provides training and workshop facilitation. Christine is an active supporter and advocate for migrant businesses and skilled migrants. This work has allowed her to serve as the Queensland state delegate on the board of the Australia Zimbabwe Business Council (AZBC). Christine also serves on a number of community advocacy boards and social enterprises, including the Skilled Migrant Professionals of Australia where she is a non- executive director.

Christine is a seasoned public policy advisor who has worked in all levels of government in Australia and New Zealand. Her areas of expertise range across social and human services policy and program design in the area of homelessness, domestic and family violence. Christine is a QUT Mentor, workshop facilitator and strategic event planner.

In this Lunch Box Forum, Christine will share personal insights about developing a business in Australia from a migrant’s perspective, all while raising a family as a single mother. She will also explore the advantages that being a minority can bring, and ways you can cultivate resilience in your adopted country.

Our Business Studio lunch box forums are conveniently scheduled over your lunch break, the lunch box forums serve as a 45-minute inspirational and informative session on a variety of business related topics. Bring along your lunch or grab something from The Library Cafe on your way.

Business Studio membership is free and gives you access to a great range of resources and business support. Visit the team on level 1 to sign up now.

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