AABN November Dinner "Creative – thinking in Business"

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November 27, 2009 By AABN
In his dynamic presentation, Nigel said that creativity was not about painting on canvas, it was about ideas and more ideas. He explained how business people should be creating cultures to stimulate creativity and most importantly how to lead their innovative people to drive the creativity towards practical business outcomes. Mr Rodney Hamdan, AABN president, invited nominations for the first AABN Annual Business Awards. “The Network,” he said, “wishes to encourage young business people of Arabic speaking background and business members who have shown exceptional talents and innovation in business, and to bring them into focus throughout the community.” The winner will be announced at the AABN Gala dinner in March. The next dinner will be the Annual General Meeting of the Network which will be held on Wednesday 9 December 2009 at the Fontana Di Trevi Function Centre, 53 Raymond Street Bankstown, at 7.00 pm. The dinner is open to all members, their guests and business people but bookings are essential on 02 97448979/0414 747 316 or email [email protected]

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