A natural born storyteller, Brenden Brien has made a career out of crafting stories to engage, educate and empower audiences to act.
Win Win Outcomes will implement a Head, Heart and Hands content strategy:
• “Head” - Future-looking thought leadership content • “Heart” - Inspiring success stories • “Hands” – Practical ‘How To’ content.
With 25 years’ experience, Brenden understands great stories - Build relationships. Relationships build trust. Trust drives revenue.
The magic of a government relations happens when you align the government’s strategy or direction with your product or service (the solution).
To get on the front foot with government you must build the right relationships and know who’s who when it comes to parliamentarians, advisors, bureaucrats and organisational ‘movers and shakers’.
With 25 years’ experience working in and around political parties, Brenden Brien empowers you with the knowledge you need to successfully engage political decision makers.
You’ll be positioned as an industry expert who offers valuable insights, facts, figures and beneficial industry-based success stories.
Take massive action - Engage, Engage, Engage with Government today.
Queensland’s aviation and tourism resurgence is clear for the world to see, but it’s not without its future challenges.
BNE Enterprise’s Business Breakfast saw government and industry leaders highlight the importance of creating a collective spirit in attracting international tourism markets back to Queensland.
It was wonderful to be part of an amazing group of Queensland business leaders who pledged over $15,000 to support the making of Mel Poole’s film Charlie, which will change perceptions about the homeless.
Small business innovation and economic engagement were front and centre discussions when the Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce invited Queensland Small Business Commissioner Dominique Lamb as guest speaker at their boardroom lunch hosted by Gadens.
The Dancing CEOs – Pia Lane, Clinton Viertel and Massimo Guida – generosity is only surpassed by their bravery as they performed a ‘dance-off’ in front of nearly 100 guests to raise funds for the Women’s Legal Service Queensland.