Business Networking Nights!!

Say goodbye to virtual networking and hello to real face-to-face catch ups!

Invest Frankston, together with Frankston City Council, are holding monthly Business Networking Nights at various locations around the city.

Frankston City business owners, key stakeholders and aspiring entrepreneurs are invited to attend the nights which will provide an opportunity for like-minded business people to connect, learn and develop their business scope.  

While most of our BNN will be held on the last Thursday of each month, our next one has been changed to help us all celebrate EOFY and will be held on Wednesday 30 June at Biersal Brewery, Hartnett Drive, Seaford from 5pm to 8pm.

You’ll hear from the Luxton family who established the Biersal Brewery in late 2019 after two years of planning. The Biersal Brewery philosophy is to make great beer and deliver it to their patrons in the most affordable and sustainable way possible. This is evidenced in the disposal of their spent grain to a local rescue chicken farm and the decision to only use refillable bottles for take-away beer.

Local musician Cam Tapp will also be performing throughout the evening as we use this event as an end of financial year celebration.

Our first BNN in March was held at McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery hosting 45 enthusiastic attendees.

Next up at our April event, we ventured to Frankston Brewhouse and interviewed three of the four owners of the new brewery; Travis Sannen, Stephen Murtagh and Jaime Longhurst (absent Michaela Boucher) all of which started the side hustle fueled by their passion for food and of course beer!

The events cost $20 to attend, which includes food, limited drinks, a goody bag and a speaker.

Get your tickets to our June BNN here.

Meantime, if you would like to contribute a product/voucher to the goody bags or you have a venue suitable to host let us know by visiting

“Networking is an investment for your business. It takes time and when done correctly can yield great results for years to come.”

Diane helbig