Queensland Business - the LNP's priorities for State's future


Business Chamber Queensland invites you to Queensland Business - the LNP's priorities for the State's future with Mr David Crisafulli MP, Leader of the Opposition, Shadow Minister for Olympics and Paralympics, and Shadow Minister for Tourism.

The event will be an exclusive opportunity for you to directly hear from the State's alternate Premier about the LNP's 2024 election strategy and the implications for Queensland businesses.

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Event details: 
Date
: Wednesday, February 14, 2024
Time: 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Venue: Premier's and Speaker's Hall, Parliamentary Annexe
Address: Alice St, Brisbane

Single Ticket Business Chamber Queensland member: $175 per person
Table of 10 Business Chamber Queensland member: $1600

Non member Single Ticket: $275 per person
Non member Table of 10: $2500

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Keynote Speaker

David Crisafulli has devoted his working life to achieving a better deal for Queenslanders.

As the son of sugarcane farmers and small business owners from Ingham in North Queensland, David saw early on the value of farming and private enterprise. This gave him a passion for service to our community.


Following a career in journalism, David served as a local councillor and Deputy Mayor for nearly 8 years. He was elected to the Queensland Parliament and served as Minister for Local Government, Community Recovery and Resilience until 2015.

As a Minister, David undertook the biggest reform to local government in a generation by empowering local leaders, as well as overhauling the way Queenslanders rebuild after natural disasters.

Following the 2015 State election, David established a small business providing media and government strategy and relocated his family to the northern Gold Coast.

David was again elected to the Queensland Parliament as the member for Broadwater in 2017. David is a Rotary Paul Harris Fellow and is heavily involved in local sporting, school and charity causes.

MC and Moderator

Heidi Cooper is the Business Chamber Queensland CEO and joined the organisation in February 2022. Heidi has dedicated her career to the advancement of business and is a passionate advocate for the strategic growth of Queensland.

With more than 20 years’ experience in law, corporate affairs and policy making, Heidi is focused on driving business growth, creating jobs, leading industry reform, implementing sustainable business practices and fostering community relationships. She has held senior executive roles at major ASX companies, including Origin Energy and Transurban, and has also held board positions across a range of sectors including infrastructure, energy, education and training, agriculture, and not-for-profit.

Heidi is committed to the evolution of sustainable business practices and was selected to attend Harvard University’s inaugural program on Climate Change and Energy and the Global Rapid Switch Program at Princeton University. It is these global perspectives that will drive Business Chamber Queensland’s strategic focus on a sustainably led economic transformation for businesses across Queensland.

Acknowledgement of Country

Business Chamber Queensland respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners and custodians of the lands from across Queensland and the Torres Strait. We acknowledge the Jagera and Turrbal people as the Traditional Custodians of Meanjin (Brisbane), the lands where our office is located and the place we meet, work and learn. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.