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Docklands show-cased to Sydneysiders

02 Jul 2009

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Atlantic Group[v] last month brought eight Sydney-based executives to Docklands to show them what the precinct can offer.

Other Docklands businesses assisted with transport and accommodation for the two-day visit.

“We figure in this climate, when the going gets tough, the tough get creative! We are not sitting on our hands waiting for the business to come, we are going out there and bringing it to us,” Atlantic marketing manager Sarah Seddon said.

Ms Seddon said the group went back to Sydney exhausted by a demanding schedule but promising to tell how wonderful Docklands could be for business.

“The clients, who were from ANZ, Amway, Research Australia, Russell Investment Group, Thales, Westpac and Destination Marketing Services, were blown away by what Docklands had to offer,” Ms Seddon said.

“The famil involved flying key prospective clients from Sydney with the promise to showcase what Central Pier has to offer for events.”

“Many Dockland businesses came on board to highlight what else there is in Docklands to see and do.”

“The itinerary was jam-packed with activity including a walking tour of Docklands co-ordinated by VicUrban, Hummer transfers, a personalised shopping tour at Harbour Town, bar lessons at Alumbra, an interactive cooking experience in Sumac’s kitchen and a cruise on yacht Veeword.”

“Quest apartments in Docklands was the home away from home for these Sydneysiders during their stay.”

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