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Date:
March 28
Time:
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
Free

Venue

State of Grace
27 King Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
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MF Imbibo – welcome to our new members

Hosted by:
Melbourne Forum Executive Officer

March 28 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Free

We are absolutely delighted to be celebrating our new members and invite you to join us in raising a glass in their honour.

Grandeur, marble, mirrors and chandeliers – a perfect way to met our new members:

Andy Evans, CEO of Star of the South Wind Farm

Prof Caron Beaton-Wells, Director Global Competition and Consumer Law online program and Competition Law and Economics Network at the University of Melbourne

Michael Dundon, CEO of VicSuper

Evelyn Tadros, Chair of the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival

Jenny Wilkins, Director of Jenny Wilkins and Associates

Weston Lewis, Senior Consultant at JBA Consulting

Wesa Chau, Director of Cultural Intelligence

and

Tony Robinson, Customer Forum Chair at AusNet Services

So join us at State of Grace, 27 King Street after work from 5:30pm onward for a casual drink. State of Grace reveals a certain character as you step through the mysterious front entrance – step into a mix of antique and extravagant décor juxtaposed with the luxurious and sophisticated setting, creates an ambiance like no other. With city views and attention-seeking décor, the overly eclectic restaurant is as yum as it is fun.

MF Imbibo has been created purely for the purpose of meeting and talking to other members and many great relationships have developed among our attendee’s – particularly for guests that are interested in joining the Melbourne Forum. There is no entry fee, you just need to pay for your purchases as you go, and although bookings are not essential, it’s nice to know how many people we are anticipating will attend.

And then lock the last Thursday of every month into your diary and explore the hidden treasures that Melbourne offers.