Director Profile – Gavin McInnes (VCC Director)

Gavin is a partner of Rostron Carlyle’s corporate, commercial and property practices and is also responsible for overseeing the firm’s estate planning, technology and business succession practices. His clients include a number of private and listed companies, high net worth individuals and their families, leading private equity funds as well as many national brands. Gavin […]

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Gavin is a partner of Rostron Carlyle’s corporate, commercial and property practices and is also responsible for overseeing the firm’s estate planning, technology and business succession practices.

His clients include a number of private and listed companies, high net worth individuals and their families, leading private equity funds as well as many national brands.

Gavin has had extensive industry experience in fields encompassing health, property, SME businesses in all sectors, energy and resources, finance, technology, hospitality, retail and the infrastructure sector.

“It has been my long held conviction that amazing results can only be achieved through a relationship founded on trust, understanding and collective benefit. Having owned and operated a number of businesses over the past 15 years I’m uniquely positioned to deliver tailored legal services through the prism of what is truly important to a business leader. If you’re looking for long term sustainable business growth, practical advice and access to an extensive network of peers, let’s talk about how together we can create a competitive edge” – Gavin McInnes

Gavin sits on the Queensland Law Society’s Specialist Accreditation Committee and is a member of the Board for the Valley Chamber of Commerce.

5 minutes with Gavin:

Q: How did you get involved in the Valley Chamber?

I was invited to a meet and mingle by a Board member at the time and encouraged to sponsor the Chamber shortly afterwards which I did.

Q: How long have you been a VCC member?

Approximately 2 years.

Q: If you could go back to day 1 of your business what is the biggest piece of advice you would tell yourself?

Believe in yourself and those around you.

Q:  What has been your biggest struggle in business?

Managing growth of organisations and cash flow.

Q:  What is one of your most memorable business experiences – good or bad?

Becoming an equity partner of my firm was the most memorable in a positive way.

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