Tradies have their own networking group on the Coast.
Tradies have their own networking group on the Coast. Dave Noonan

Top Tradies Network off to a successful beginning

THE Top Tradies Network is building momentum since it launched in September, as it looks to become a voice for local tradies.

The network will hold educational workshops, as well as networking and social events, and is keen to address concerns with the Sunshine Coast Council and other stakeholders.

These events are monthly on a Thursday afternoon.

To acknowledge the recent National Carpenters Week, the network is holding a fun competition to see which tradie can hammer the most nails into some timber. Prizes include some local brew courtesy of the Sunshine Coast Brewery.

The competition will be held at the next event, at the brewery, Endeavour Dr, Kunda Park, November 14, 3-5pm. It is also a fundraiser for SunnyKids.

Registrations essential: www.TopTradiesNetwork.com.au



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