Businesses in Sydney’s south west will have the opportunity to hear from one of Australia’s most successful business leaders, Mr John Symond, when MACROC, the Chambers of Commerce, and the University of Western Sydney join forces to host a networking lunch.

John Symond AM, the Executive Chairman of Aussie, will share his insights into how businesses can triumph over adversity at the inaugural MACROC-Combined Chambers Business Lunch which is being held on 15 July 2010, 12pm, at the University of Western Sydney’s School of Medicine, at the UWS Campbelltown campus.

Cr. Anoulack Chanthivong encourages local business owners to attend.

“Businesses – particularly those in the Greater Western Sydney region – can learn from John Symond’s experience and develop strategies to manage their future challenges,” he says.

“The story of Aussie founder and Executive Chairman, John Symond, is well known. He faced bankruptcy after a failed deal but went on to become one of Australia’s wealthiest and most successful businessmen.

“MACROC is working collaboratively with the Chambers of Commerce and the University of the Western Sydney to host this lunch. By working co-operatively we can strengthen understanding between organisations and leverage additional resources to achieve common goals,” says Cr Anoulack Chanthivong.

Guests are encouraged to book early for this lunch. Admission is $25 (including GST) per person. Light lunch, beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages will be served.

Registration can be made by calling MACROC on 4645 4937 or by completing the registration form that can be downloaded from

Media Contact:

Cr Anoulack Chanthivong
MACROC President
Mobile: 0412 413 377

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