Business Breakfast


Gerard Whateley

Combining authoritative journalism and sharp-eyed analysis with emotive broadcasting, Gerard Whateley has established a unique voice in the coverage of sport in Australia.

At the forefront of his profession for many years, Gerard has been recognised multiple times by the Australian Sports Commission Media Awards, and the AFL Football Media Awards, winning their highest honour, the Alf Brown Trophy in 2017. On television, his leadership sees ABC1’s flagship sport program Offsiders continue to grow while on Fox Sports he hosts AFL360, and is a regular contributor to their AFL coverage. On radio, Gerard is heard on ABC Grandstand, calling AFL matches and providing thought-provoking commentary of our national game.

Joining Gerard on stage will be Kate Sheahan, AFLW Operations Manager for the Richmond Football Club and panellist on Women’s Footy on Fox. 

Come along to hear Gerard and Kate discuss:

  • Insights and memorable moments of the 2017 AFLW & AFL Season
  • Anecdotes from his Olympics and Melbourne Cup coverage, including his love for champion racehorse Black Caviar
  • Observations on what makes a winning culture 

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Date: Friday 17 November 2017
Time: 7:00am-9:00am
Venue: Aitken Hill, 20 Dunhelen Lane, Yuroke (15km from Melbourne Airport)
Cost: $60 (inc GST), $495 table of 9 or $440 table of 8 

This event is proudly sponsored by CBRE


For any sponsorship related enquiries, please contact Kelly Court in Council's Economic Development department on 9205 2200.  

  Business Breakfasts

Hume Business Breakfasts present a terrific opportunity for businesses to network, expand client bases, access current business information, and to hear quality guest speakers while enjoying excellent surroundings.

Each breakfast attracts a large attendance with representatives from small, medium and large businesses and organisations, along with local, state and federal government department representatives.

All breakfast venues are easily accessible via the Tullamarine Freeway and the Western Ring Road, and are located between 15 and 30 minutes from Melbourne's CBD.

Updated : 8:48 AM, 16 November 2017

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