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Brave Ideas for Future Leaders

As the baby boomers head into retirement, our next generations are stepping up with their own brave ideas for the futures they want for themselves and their children, and they’re not waiting for permission from anybody else to change their world! Hear from two inspirational leaders who are already doing things differently, Chris Raine, Founder and CEO [...]

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Brave Ideas for International Cities

International visitors – students, tourists, business investors – are some of Brisbane’s best advocates when they return home with fond memories of our city. So on Friday, 1 March we welcomed Deloitte’s managing partner, Tim Biggs and two international students, Daria Dolgova and Muychou Meng to share their brave idea for making Brisbane a more [...]

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February 2013 Issue: Five Brave Ideas for Brisbane

This issue of the Brisbane Line explores ideas from the launch of The Brisbane Institute’s 2013 Brave Ideas for Brisbane lunchtime series, a series of forums that will provide an opportunity to share and shape ideas for this city. A City of Friendship Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk launched the series and provided both a [...]

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Brave Ideas for Brisbane Launch

On Friday, 1 February, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk launched The Brisbane Institute’s Brave Ideas for Brisbane series with a brave idea of his own, as well as a challenge. Brisbane, he said, could be the international city of friendship, building a lifelong relationship with each of the 55,000 international students who live in Brisbane at [...]

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