Deniliquin Grow your business, a free multimedia marketing seminar with Damian Morgan

14 June 2022

TITLE: Grow your business, a free multimedia marketing seminar with Damian Morgan

DATE: Tuesday 14 June 2022

TIME: 9.30am-10.30am

LOCATION: The Depot Historic Collection, 158 Hardinge Street, Deniliquin, NSW 2710

COST: Free!

ORGANISER: Deniliquin Pastoral Times


Damian Morgan is a respected speaker and advisor to corporate Australia on branding, advertising, and business development strategies.

He consults to several leading Australian companies and government departments, and over the past 5 years he has also presented to more than a two thousand small businesses making him one of Australia’s most seasoned and sought after business speakers. He’s a former ‘resident poet’ for ABC Grandstand, Fox Sports and Triple M who performed weekly poetic tributes and satire to entertain national audiences on television, radio and at corporate events. Today, he’s an MBA qualified management consultant and company director who specialises in the development of strategic sales and marketing programs for national brands and government departments. Damian has rare skills in both the art and science of marketing. He’s creative and strategic. He’s a former current affairs broadcaster, having hosted the drive program on 2CC in Canberra and the Summer Breakfast Show on 4BC Brisbane, where he also reported on business affairs for a decade. He is a seasoned and versatile facilitator, and has chaired forums on business, politics, law and medicine – including a high profile ‘Meet the Press’ forum in Parliament House, Canberra.

Born and raised on a remote cattle property in western Queensland, he proudly takes a practical, ‘no-bull’ approach to sales and marketing, and this refreshing approach has won fans at conferences across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. He has a Bachelor of Business, Masters of Business Administration (MBA), post graduate qualifications from the Australian Film, Television, and Radio School and is a Fellow of the esteemed Sir Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Program.