In­spir­ing en­trepreneurs pitch their way to suc­cess at fi­nals

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it,” Ms Ward said.

The Pitch Chal­lenge is sup­ported by the Shell QGC So­cial In­vest­ment Pro­gram and their three-year com­mit­ment to sup­port­ing start-ups and grow­ing busi­nesses.

Na­tional so­cial per­for­mance man­ager for the Shell QGC Project Si­mon Nish said he was “blown away” with the cal­i­bre of the tal­ent and the range of ex­cit­ing busi­ness ideas in the re­gion and also by the gen­er­ous sup­port pro­vided by the com­mu­nity for this first chal­lenge night.

At the event, Queens­land’s new chief en­tre­pre­neur Leanne Kemp said in­no­va­tion could hap­pen any­where and was of­ten bred out of ne­ces­sity, so it was great to see this re­gion show­ing its vi­brant en­tre­pre­neur­ial spirit.

If you have a bright or in­no­va­tive idea,find out more at www.Nav­i­ga­


WIN­NERS ARE GRIN­NERS: David Ab­bott, Naomi Gearon, Brid­get Ward and Ge­orge Har­ris were the win­ners of the Busi­ness Nav­i­ga­tor Pitch Chal­lenge on Thurs­day night.

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