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Growing in Public | Perth #2 | Fleur Private Dining
It's time for our second Perth Growing in Public Chatham House Rules dinner!

Growing in Public is a private space for representatives from listed ASX companies to come together and share and learn with each other. It's a Chatham House Rules event, without vendors or advisors, created in response to our consultation with the issuer community. Come along to learn from other executives and directors and share your wins, your losses, and your learnings in this exclusive private setting.

About Growing in Public
Growing a publicly-listed business comes with a set of challenges that few outside of the issuer community genuinely understand. As a high-growth business, your time is split between the strategic pursuit of an opportunity that is abstract to many and managing your capital markets strategy and performance. When combined, these two factors create a unique business environment.

The challenges that you face, however, are not uniquely yours. Hundreds of other ASX companies have successfully navigated similar problems, and there are even more facing them at the same time as you.

The Growing in Public community is for issuer executives and operators who want a way of better understanding their challenges and how they might resolve them. Held each month across various cities in Australia, the meetup is a safe space for issuers to come and learn how to work through some of the biggest challenges that high-growth public companies face.

The community is a true community, meaning you get to decide what you want out of it. Come along to connect, learn, and share with each other and collectively become masters of growing in public.

This is exclusive for representatives of ASX companies
Please note that this is a Chatham House Rule event which is exclusive to verified representatives from ASX issuers only. If you are not a permitted guest, your ticket will be cancelled and you will be refused entry.


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