Some of the country’s best and brightest entrepreneurs will be recognised this week when they are inducted into the Powercor Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship (AGSE) Entrepreneur Hall of Fame.
Now in its fifth year, the AGSE Hall of Fame aims to honour Australians who have made a significant contribution to their field through entrepreneurial skill and talent.
On July 22, business and community leaders will gather at the Park Hyatt in Melbourne to celebrate this year’s group of inductees which, according to AGSE Director Professor Murray Gillin, is one if the most diverse groups yet.
“We are recognising entrepreneurs who have been very successful in business and the community. They come from an array of fields including community housing, technology, manufacturing and government.”
Among those being recognised are Mr Bob Beaumont, CEO Beauchamp Pty Ltd for his entrepreneurial motoring and investment in start-up companies, and Mr Bruce McKenzie CEO, Goodwin Aged Care Services Pty Ltd, for his work in providing suitable housing for the elderly and people with disabilities.
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