Mackay-based internet-of-things company Vayeron has been the vehicle that pushed Ryan Norris to the top of the 40 Under 40 awards list.
This is not a drill – a fusion of finger-licking fare, heartbreaking theatre and sister acts are on the horizon this winter weekend. Taste your way through the James Street Food + Wine Trail, catch La Boite Theatre’s Capricorn or head to Brisbane Powerhouse for the World Press Photo Exhibition where the Exhibition Space will be dressed in photojournalism from across the globe. How much fun will you have this weekend? The limit does not exist. Here’s our weekend round-up!
Queensland’s arts scene is in good shape with these young creative minds leading the way.
Nicole Detsimas may never have entered the construction industry, or co-founded a successful business, if it wasn’t for a comment that “women don’t work on construction sites”.
The state’s outstanding young leaders were celebrated at the inaugural Queensland 40 Under 40 Awards on Thursday, with Nicole Detsimas of Belnic Constructions receiving the prestigious First Among Equals Award.
With the inaugural Queensland 40 Under 40 Awards just days away, Committee for Brisbane CEO Barton Green says it is time for us to stop being so modest.
Queensland’s business and entrepreneurial ecosystem has changed “dramatically” in recent years, says InQueensland business editor and 40 Under 40 Awards judge John McCarthy.
While her day-to-day focus is on SEQ, Committee for Brisbane’s Liana Heath says the 40 Under 40 Awards are about “uplifting” all of Queensland’s business community.