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Networking Lunch is back

05 May 2017

The Docklands Networking Lunch returns on Friday, June 16 at Etihad Stadium.

This will be first lunch for the year and it will be one not to be missed, with the AFL promising to share it’s plans for the stadium it bought last year.

Docklanders will be aware that the AFL has been speaking at the highest levels with the State Government about its local ambitions. But this year, nothing more has been said.

How does its vision intersect with the Harbour Esplanade Master Plan? What is the latest thinking? What does it mean for Docklands?

Book your seat so you can hear it first-hand on the day. The menu will be advised.

But there are plenty of other reasons to come out and meet like-minded people. Renew friendships. Meet some new people. Exchange cards. Do some business.

The Docklands Networking Lunch is run by Docklands News and is sponsored by the Docklands Chamber of Commerce.

The lunch costs $60 per head and must be paid in full by June 9. Email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or ring Shane Scanlan on 0419 542 625 to book your seat.

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