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Networking in Docklands

04 Feb 2013

Docklanders munched, mixed and mingled at the Docklands News Networking Lunch in December.

The event was held at Hooks @ The Yarra at Yarra’s Edge on Friday, December 7.

And on Tuesday, January 15 businesses again came together to network at a Docklands Chamber of Commerce event on Quest III.

The event was held between 3pm and 5pm, a special time so that hospitality businesses could attend.

While well attended, only one Docklands hospitality business was represented. The others missed the opportunity to hear Cirque de Soleil representative Robert Naumann outline opportunities for local businesses to connect with an expected influx of 200,000 visitors.

Mr Naumann talked about how businesses in other places visited by the circus took advantage of the increased visitation.

In an interactive forum, the meeting then discussed the best ways to leverage the opportunity.

The next Docklands News Networking Lunch will be held from 12 noon on Friday, March 15 at Sura Korean Restaurant in Harbour Town.

Sura is new to Docklands and can be found upstairs on level one, just across the pedestrian bridge from the multi-storey (east) car park.

Again, the cost will be $60 and bookings and payments need to be received by Docklands News by March 8.

Email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or phone us on 8689 7979.

Menu

Entree: Family style (sharing) – sweet potato glass noodles with vegetables and soy marinated beef and soft shell crab spicy salad

Main: Alternating – Slow-cooked beef rib and hot stone pot rice with chicken teriyaki

Dessert: Family style (sharing) - Fruit platter

Beverages: Red and white wine, heavy and light beer, tea and coffee

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