CGLaw Major Sponsor for Innovation, Leadership & Strategy Summit 2016
Clifford Gouldson Lawyers is proud to be the Major Sponsor of the Innovation, Leadership & Strategy Summit. Our firm is committed to developing new and innovative approaches to practising law so our association with this signature innovation and leadership event is a natural fit.
As the Major Sponsor we have negotiated a special deal for our clients and associates – a $50 discount per ticket! To receive this discount, please use the "CGLaw" discount code when you register.
The summit this year will feature Naomi Simpson and Gus Balbontin, two thought leaders who have made an incredible difference in their organisations.
Naomi Simpson is a 'shark' on Channel 10's Shark Tank, the founder of Red Balloon, an angel investor, followed by 1.2 million people on LinkedIn and voted best business blogger for 2015.
Gus Balbontin has worked closely with some of the biggest companies in the world developing cutting edge technology and products including Google X, Nokia, Apple, Amazon and more.
Whether you’re a larger organisation, small business or Not for Profit, the workshops and keynote presentations at the summit will:
- Inspire innovative thinking
- Expand your leadership capabilities
- Help you connect strategy to real life outcomes
When: Monday 9th May
We’re taking our team, so we hope you can join us at this great local event.
Where: The Armitage Auditorium – Empire Theatre - Toowoomba
Bookings & information: www.ils2016.com
Special Promotional Code to receive your discounted ticket: CGLaw
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