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Networking success

30 Sep 2015

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Local business people gathered for an afternoon of food and successful networking in Docklands last month.

The September Docklands Networking Lunch at NewQuay’s Berth restaurant was well attended and guests enjoyed a three-course meal on the waterfront.

Hosted by Dockands News and the Docklands Chamber of Commerce, the quarterly lunches offer a great opportunity for local business people to meet and network.

The final networking for the year will be held in the Harbour View room at the Woolshed Pub, Central Pier from 12 noon on Friday, November 20.  We’ve chosen November to avoid the busy December period.

The menu for the November lunch is shared starter, alternate drop main course (dietary requirements catered for separately) and shared dessert platters.  House white, house red and tap heavy and light beers, soft drinks and juices will be served.

The networking lunch is $60 per person and must be paid in advance.

To book your seat contact Docklands News via (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call the office on 8689 7979.

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