18 Apr 16|Innovation

Speakers from some of the nation’s most innovative companies are set to descend on Newcastle.

SPEAKERS from some of the nation’s most innovative companies are set to descend on Newcastle.

Executives from Planet Innovation, twice voted the most innovative company in Australia by BRW, and UM Agency, judged by BRW as the best place to work in a company with less than 100 staff) will share their success stories at the Top Shots Breakfast on April 28.

With a major sponsor in PKF, the breakfast – once known as the BRW Most Innovative Companies Breakfast – is in its fourth edition.

Event host Christina Gerakiteys said the event served to provide a spark to companies to innovate. 

Tickets are available via Sticky Tickets andThe Herald has two ticket freebies for first two people who email businesshunter@fairfaxmedia.com.  

Event host Christina Gerakiteys said the event served to provide a spark to companies to innovate.

Event host Christina Gerakiteys said the event served to provide a spark to companies to innovate.

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