Life Sciences Queensland Ltd (LSQ) would like to invite you to the second event in our breakfast series for Members and guests, focussing on the opportunities for life sciences in Queensland in three focus areas, human health, agriculture and clean energy. Queensland’s Chief Entrepreneur Wayne Gerard, CEO and Co-Founder of RedEye, will speak on innovation and the life sciences industry at the second event of our breakfast series.
We look forward to seeing you for a morning of insight, discussion and networking. The event is to take place at Hillstone, in St Lucia.
LSQ Annual General Meeting (AGM)
Following the breakfast we will be holding the the LSQ AGM from 9.00-10.00am at the same location. If you are a Member of LSQ and would like stay and attend the AGM please indicate so when promoted on the registration page. Further information on the AGM will be released in due course.
The Chief Entrepreneur is the flag-bearer for innovation and entrepreneurship in Queensland. From helping founders take their first steps to get their business off the ground, to working with government and industry to identify valuable problems that can be solved with innovation, to connecting talent to companies and creating a supportive environment.
CEO and Co-Founder of RedEye, Wayne Gerard has been appointed as Queensland’s fourth Chief Entrepreneur. Since 2012, he has been a key leader in Queensland’s innovation ecosystem after founding his tech company.
In 2015, he was named the 2015 Queensland Entrepreneur of the Year. He has also served on a number of boards, including StartUpAus and the Premier’s Business Advisory Council.
|LSQ Breakfast - LSQ Member||$66|
|LSQ Breakfast - Non Member||$111|
Terms and Conditions
1. Delegates agree to follow the COVID Safe Plans and Directives of venue and event staff. 2. If the event is cancelled due to Government advice and restrictions in response to COVID-19, the event managers will refund the registration / sponsorship fee paid, less an administration charge of 5%. 3. If you are registered to attend the event and cannot attend due to Government advice and restrictions in response to COVID-19, notify the event managers via email at firstname.lastname@example.org of your inability to attend and you will be given a refund, less an administration charge of 5%. 4. No refunds will be issued on change of mind, inability to attend for other reasons – tickets are transferrable. 5. Delegates must not attend if they have been overseas or travelled to any COVID-19 hotspots in the previous fortnight – tickets are transferrable. 6. Delegates must not attend if they are experiencing any flu-like symptoms (sore throat, runny nose, persistent cough, shortness of breath, fever, headache, loss of smell or taste) – tickets are transferrable. 7. There is no general admission. You must stay in your allocated seat. 8. Delegates may be asked health screening questions on arrival to the venue and may be temperature checked. 9. Delegates agree to abide by all social distancing and health protocols. 10. Delegates agree to follow the instructions of venue staff at all times. 11. If Delegates do not comply with protocols, or authorised requests, they may be asked to leave immediately without refund or further recourse. 12. Delegates acknowledge that while the venue has taken all reasonable health and safety precautions to keep the audience, staff and performers safe, patrons enter the venue at their own risk without recourse to claim against the venue regarding health outcomes.