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Better Business Partnership

BBP Sunset Networking in North Sydney



$15 - $20 AUD + BF

$15 - $20 AUD + BF

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Better Business Partnership

BBP Sunset Networking in North Sydney

Date and Time

Tue 12th Nov 2019, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


The Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability
2 Balls Head Dr, Waverton NSW 2060, Australia

Event description

The Better Business Partnership invites you to a sunset soiree at the Coal Loader, North Sydney Council's showcase venue of sustainability.  Join us for this end of year sustainable business networking session.  Hosted by the Better Business Partnership, you will enjoy delicious drinks and canapes. Come along to our friendly gathering, where you will not only learn what other successful businesses are doing, you will form great friendships and make valuable business connections among like-minded forward thinking businesses. 

A special thank you to North Sydney Council for getting behind BBP and sustainable business by providing such an awesome venue for our end of year event.  The Coal Loader has many great areas which are available for you to rent out to hold your business workshops and events.

A limited number of Early Bird Tickets are only $15 for BBP members located within the BBP Program Partner Council areas of Ku-ring-gai, North Sydney and Willoughby and $20 for out-of-Program Area BBP members and non-members.  This will entitle you to 2 complimentary drinks and delicious nibbles galore.  Additional drinks may be purchased at the event.

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Refunds are available 7 days prior to the event

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Better Business Partnership


The Better Business Partnership is a regional council program designed to improve the sustainability of businesses on Sydney's North Shore. We aim to save businesses money, improve their environmental performance and promote and recognise their sustainable actions. We do this by assisting businesses to reduce their energy and water bills and their waste. Businesses can also look at opportunities to support their local community and staff and switch to sustainable transport and purchasing options.