The Liverpool Chamber of Commerce & Industry is an organisation of business and professional leaders, whose purpose is advancing the economic, industrial, professional and civic welfare of the Liverpool Local Government Area and surrounds.
Welcome to our 1st Business After 5 for 2019. Come and meet the board and other members. It’s a great opportunity to network and build new working relationships!. We have some exciting events coming in 2019 that we’ll share with you. Our President, Mr Dimitri Karam will give a short talk on his vision for 2019. We’ll also have a special guest on the night but we don’t want to reveal too much. We look forward to seeing you all at our 1st event for 2019!
Liverpool Chamber of Commerce & Industry Presents a Night with David Gallop and Mark Bosnich
David Gallop AM was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Football Federation Australia in November 2012. David’s tenure since this time has coincided with a period of stability, growth and innovation in Australian football, underpinned by the successful 2015 AFC Asian Cup that saw the Socceroos crowned as the Champions of Asia, Australia’s qualification for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, and the Matildas’ inspiring run during the quarter- finals of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada, and qualification for 2018 AFC Women’s Asian Cup in Jordan.
Mark Bosnich, or ‘Bozza’ as he is affectionately known, is one of Australia’s most famous
At the peak of Mark’s sporting career, he led the high life in England as one of the world’s highest paid football stars and is still considered by many authorities as one of the finest goalkeepers in the world. Mark’s unparalleled career took him to the heights of Premier League football playing for Aston Villa, Manchester United and Chelsea. In 1999, he won a Premier League title with Manchester United, one of only two Australians to do so!
This is our 1st major event and we look forward to seeing you there!
Liverpool Chamber of Commerce & Industry
PO Box 284
Liverpool NSW 1871