November 26, 2021 | By Bronwen Largier

The Courier-Mail Future Brisbane Lunch at the Brisbane Showgrounds venue seeks to identify legacy opportunities of the 2032 Olympic Games set to be held in Brisbane.

The event will explore how industry and community can benefit in both the lead-up to the Games and the decades which will follow them.

Four-time Australian Olympian Cate Campbell and the CEO of the Organising Committee for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Etienne Thobois, will speak at the lunch, alongside Queensland’s Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Gina Rinehart, owner of Hancock Prospecting, a major sponsor of the lunch.

The event will also look at how the 2032 Olympic Games can catalyse region’s priorities for transport, infrastructure, sport, tourism and business.

“The Brisbane Showgrounds team considers it an honour and privilege to host the leading authorities on Olympics, business and Government together with the broader community here next Wednesday,” said the venue’s General Manager of Venue Sales and Marketing Jago Coyle.

“The Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to redefine all of Queensland.

“The Brisbane Showgrounds will be the home of equestrian at these history-making Olympics and the next 10 years will be a momentous period for our city.”

It’s possible for industry to attend the event. Information on booking tickets can be found on the Brisbane Showgrounds website.