350 of Sydney’s leading business men and women will converge on the Ivy Ballroom on Friday 5 November for the inaugural ‘Sydney FC in Business’ Luncheon sponsored by Hyundai with the prestigious event headlined by keynote speaker Mr. Frank Lowy.
350 of Sydney-s leading business men and women will converge on the Ivy Ballroom on Friday 5 November for the inaugural ‘Sydney FC in Business- Luncheon sponsored by Hyundai with the prestigious event headlined by keynote speaker Mr. Frank Lowy.
In what will be one of the last times Mr. Lowy speaks publically before the announcement of who will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup on December 2, the FFA Chairman will discuss the current economic environment, his passion for football and provide a timely update on Australia-s World Cup bid.
Paul Ramsay, AO, Chairman of Sydney FC and Ramsay Healthcare will be joined by club Vice Chairman Scott Barlow, CEO Edwin Lugt, Championship winning coach Vitezslav Lavicka, captain Terry McFlynn and players Nicky Carle and Alex Brosque.
The ‘Sydney FC in Business- luncheon connects the Sydney corporate sector through a Business to Business networking environment to aid the creation of new business and business leads.
Australian finance expert and media personality Ross Greenwood will be the event-s Master of Ceremonies.
“The inaugural Sydney FC in Business luncheon will feature some of Australia-s most successful businessmen and women who will enjoy a rare insight into the life and business achievements of Mr. Frank Lowy,” Mr. Ramsay said.
“The event will facilitate new business connections and create opportunities to meet some of the country-s leading decision makers as well as promote discussion on our great game of football.
“The interest in Sydney FC in Business has been unprecedented. We anticipate that interest will only grow and the event will become one of Sydney-s premier business and networking functions.”
The newly appointed Qantas Socceroos coach Holger Osieck will conduct a Q & A with Greenwood where he will discuss his plans for the Socceroos in their pursuit of the 2011 Asian Cup and 2014 World Cup qualification.
The ‘Sydney FC in Business- Luncheon will commence at 12:30pm. The event is sold out.