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Business connections made and strengthened

28 Jun 2011

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Some 66 diners enjoyed the ambience and hospitality of the South Wharf Hilton for the June Docklands News Networking Lunch.

New business connections were made and plenty of old networks were strengthened during the three-hour lunch on June 17.

NewQuay project director David Allt-Graham gave a detailed account of current projects at both ends of the precinct.

With residents moving into waterfront homes at NewQuay West this month and the second Quays tower due to come on stream for sales, NewQuay is driving badly-needed residential population growth to Docklands.

We report here a more detailed account of Mr Allt-Graham’s presentation.

The next networking lunch will be held on Friday, September 16 at Etihad Stadium’s Medallion Club Lounge.

Given that Melbourne will be in the grip of footy finals fever by then, this lunch will be one you won’t want to miss.

To secure your place, email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call our office on 8689 7979.  As usual, the cost is $60 per head.

The menu is:  

On arrival – Antipasto platters.

Main  – Select any main course from Etihad’s business lunch menu.

Dessert  – Chef’s selection of miniature desserts.

Beverages  – Rothbury Estate Sparkling Cuvée; Rothbury Estate Semillon Sauvignon Blanc; Rothbury Estate Cabernet Shiraz; Carlton Draught and Cascade Premium Light; Assorted soft drinks, sparkling mineral water and orange juice.

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