Our Business Network session on the evening of 11 September was facilitated by current parent and strategic communication specialist, Elaine Doyle.
The Marcellin Business Network ventured to Kooyong Lawn Tennis Courts for our latest event.
The venue proved to be a popular choice and as the sun came up it was great to view the expanse of beautiful courts in front of us.
The Marcellin Business Network were back at the LinkedIn offices thanks to Old Collegian James Delahunty.
Thanks to Nathan Burke (who knocked it out of the park!) and members of our Marcellin Business Network for our 2018 launch last Friday morning over breakfast.
On Thursday, June 22 the Marcellin Business Network met off site for a fun and informative breakfast at the Melbourne Audi Centre in the CBD.
Breaking with tradition we held this event in the beautiful warehouse and showrooms of James Richardson Furniture. A fabulous place for this gathering, surrounded by the old brick walls and some very desirable furniture pieces. Our host and major sponsor for the year, Brett Guest welcomed the group
The last Business Breakfast for 2016 was held back at Marcellin in our wonderful Functions Room, very ably catered for by Green Leaf Catering who provided a delicious breakfast (in fact it was so good, many guests went off with their business card!).
After attending the Linkedin session entitled 'Rock Your Profile' one early morning, we were then invited back to a session specifically aimed at employers: 'How to Attract the Best Talent' on August 11th.
On June 8, the Business Network headed in to Southbank to attend a session entitled ‘Rock Your Profile’ at the Linkedin offices. Old Collegian James Delahunty facilitated this morning, and we were very happy to turn up on a cold Melbourne morning to find a barista serving delicious coffee, plus a delicious and healthy breakfast. It certainly helped with the networking session prior to the formalities.
The Business Network ran a very successful evening on Wednesday May 18. Numbers were smaller than anticipated, but in hindsight, a big positive for those who attended, as there was a real 'buzz' in the air, and a lot of serious and very useful networking taking place.