Events

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Light Breakfast

Event date:
02/10/2014 7:00 am
Event End Date:
02/10/2014 8:30 am
Cut off date:
02/10/2014
Member:
$0.00
Visitor:
$20.00
Location:
Warringah Council

Thursday 2 October 2014

Guest speaker 
Duncan Howley

Topic: Dee Why Flood Risk Management. Warringah Council’s approach to managing flooding.

warringah-councilPlease join us for a Networking Morning Tea at the Dee Why chambers.

Warringah Council Chambers
6.45am for a 7am Start
Members FREE Visitors $20

The presentation will focus on why Council’s manage flooding and what specifically Warringah Council is undertaking to identify where the flooding ‘hot-spots are’ and how these can be managed. It will focus specifically on the recently drafted Dee Why South Catchment Floodplain Risk Management Study which assesses the social and economic impacts of flooding, as well as investigates options to manage flooding within Dee Why CBD.

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Networking After Hours

Event date:
14/10/2014 5:30 pm
Event End Date:
14/10/2014 7:30 pm
Cut off date:
14/10/2014
Member:
$10.00
Visitor:
$25.00

Tuesday 14 October 2014

MEMBERS + VISITORS WELCOME

Join us for a Networking After Hours with Warringah Chamber members Rotary Club of Dee Why Warringah at the Builders Club, Fisher Road, Dee Why.

rotary-logoMembers $10  //  Visitors $25 

Includes light finger food and welcome drink

  • Meet useful contacts and enhance your business relationships
  • Share and gain ideas to inspire your success
  • Develop your personal and business brand - be seen and be remembered
  • Raffles and prizes

Relax and enjoy a great evening!

NSW Business Chamber NETWORKING NIGHT

Event date:
22/10/2014 5:00 pm
Event End Date:
22/10/2014 7:00 pm
Cut off date:
22/10/2014
Cost:
Free

The NSW Business Chamber is pleased to announce the Networking @ night event for North Eastern Sydney will be held in Ryde in conjunction with Ryde Business Forum.

Ryde Community Sports Centre
ELS Hall Park
Kent Road, NORTH RYDE

Local Chamber Alliance Program Member*: No cost to attend.
Non Members: $22.00

*Must be an opted in member of a local chamber that is part of the NSW Business Chamber Local Chamber Alliance Program.

chamberalliance-logoThis event is truly special as you'll have the opportunity to watch the world's champion Table Tennis players in practice at the Ryde Community Sports Centre as part of the Networking event: China, South Korea, Japan and Australia.

Soapbox Segment for NSW Business Chamber and Ryde Business Forum Members only and numbers limited.

Places in the 60 Second Soapbox segment will be offered on a first come first served basis for full membership NSW Business Chamber and Ryde Business Forum members only. You must register your inclusion in the 60 Second Soap Box segment no later than 24 hours before the event. You will receive confirmation prior to the event. For enquiries please contact Kerrie-Anne McLeod on 02 9458 7623 or by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Canapes and drinks to be provided.

Parking available on site.

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WORKSHOP: A guide to buying commercial property

Event date:
29/10/2014 6:00 pm
Event End Date:
29/10/2014 8:00 pm
Cut off date:
29/10/2014
Member:
$0.00
Visitor:
$25.00

Weds 29 October 2014

Members Free  // Visitors $25

The Boardroom, The Builders Club Dee Why

A guide to buying commercial property, specifically using an SMSF, together with insights into the most popular areas and types of assets being purchased by SMSF's.

The workshop is being run by Crombie Pitts, BSc Hons, MRICS, Licensed Real Estate Agent, Director of Crombus Property Group Pty Ltd, a commercial property consultancy specialising in retail and Brooke Glastonbury, Principal at M + K Lawyers, Accredited Property specialist.

The presentation will commence with Crombie Pitts discussing the process of buying commercial property.

Brooke Glastonbury will then cover the following:

  1. Buying property using an SMSF and setting up the 'bare trust' arrangements to ensure compliance with the SIS Act.
  2. What real property can an SMSF buy?
  3. Borrowing to buy an asset using an SMSF. What is limited recourse borrowing?
  4. How to transfer real property into an SMSF without paying stamp duty.

Crombie will then be discussing the statistics around the suburbs and/or types of assets being bought by SMSF’s.

Click below to read more about Crombie and Brooke.