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Deals done over lunch

28 Sep 2010

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Fun was had and deals were done at the Docklands News Networking Lunch on September 17.

More than 80 Docklands business people attended Waterfront Venues at Waterfront City, with the last leaving after 5pm.

Docklands News editor Shane Scanlan said there was a distinctive buzz in the air during and after the lunch.

“I think it might have been our most successful event yet,” Mr Scanlan said. “The feedback has been great with people making new contacts and doing business together.”

One participant later emailed:

“We thoroughly enjoyed the network lunch and did manage to create a potentially lucrative liaison during same. We will be back!”

Docklands News hosts the lunches quarterly in an attempt to bring Docklands businesses closer together.

“We’re all in this together and have to help each other,” Mr Scanlan said. “No one else is going to do it for us.”

The next lunch will be held on Friday, December 10 at a venue to be announced.

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