Charlie Bass: Talk & Tour of Centre for Entrepreneurial Research and Innovation


You’ve probably driven past this building on the Stirling Highway many times and wondered “What goes on in there?”

Well, here’s your chance to find out first hand, from the founder and Chairman of the Centre for Entrepreneurial Research & Innovation (CERI), Charlie Bass.

Please join us!

When: 7pm, Wed 29th August 2018
Where: Centre for Entrepreneurial Research and Innovation (CERI)
1/22 Stirling Highway, Nedlands
(Street parking is available on neighbouring Bruce St.)

The evening will include a tour of the CERI facilities with an introduction into what they are up to, a conversation with Charlie about both CERI and his other philanthropic work, some Q & A time and, of course, an update on the exciting developments at Impact100 WA.

Charlie is an experienced entrepreneur and astute businessman who, over the course of his career, has experienced both great success and, at times, failures.

He has set up two WA exploration companies, the ASX-listed Eagle Mining Corporation and Aquila Resources. He is also a highly regarded philanthropist, having established the Bass Family Foundation back in 2006 to provide education for disadvantaged rural children.

We’d love you to join us as Charlie shares tales from his adventures.

Please RSVP to info[at ] if you are able to make it.