Business South Bank (BSB) holds a diverse range of events throughout the year, providing a platform for members to connect with other members, collaborate on important precinct matters, learn or enhance business skills and be part of a business network.

Many events have limited spaces and tend to sell out quickly, so members are encouraged to RSVP early.

CEO Lunches

Intimate gatherings with special guests and policy makers to discuss issues of importance to the precinct.


Opportunities for members to present information, exchange ideas and collaborate on key projects, events or initiatives.


Member networking functions that allow senior executives to informally meet on a regular basis.

Professional Development

Sessions that support the personal and professional growth of our members’ staff.


BSB’s largest event – a fast-paced ‘speed dating tradeshow’ aimed at showcasing members.

More Events

BSB holds a number of additional events including business breakfasts,
Q & A sessions and topic-specific events.

Upcoming Events

EVENT DATE: July 17, 2019

Precinct CEO’s are invited to join Deputy Mayor Krista Adams Chair Public and Active Transport and Economic Development Committee for lunch at West Village. Invite Only.

EVENT DATE: July 24, 2019

TUTORIAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION Aimed at companies in hospitality and the service industry. Our Presenter will share insights and techniques on: How ‘engagement’ can improve your business, reduce costs and increase revenue. Strategies to incr …

EVENT DATE: July 25, 2019

Brisbane City Council will be presenting an update on the Brisbane Metro Project to BSB members. This is an important session for all members to hear about the update on the project first-hand and have the opportunity to ask questions of the Metro team …

EVENT DATE: August 21, 2019

Business South Bank members are invited to join precinct colleagues for an evening of drinks and canapes.

EVENT DATE: August 28, 2019

Details TBA

EVENT DATE: September 19, 2019

Topic: What lessons have you learned as a leader over the past 20 years and what advice would you give yourself. Panel: Chris Saines, Director, QAGOMA Professor Carolyn Evans, Vice-Chancellor and President, Griffith University Godfrey Mantle, Managing …

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