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Mantra Bell City Hotel Ballroom
205-215 Bell Street Preston
Enter main car park off Hotham Street
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Whinfield Electrics (Moreland City Council Nominee)
Whinfield Electrics has provided quality, specialist electrical services across the industrial, commercial and domestic sectors since 1984.
With several certified Eco smart electricians, the company is committed to developing sustainable and cost effective energy solutions for all clients.
As Melbourne's leading supplier of temporary power switchboards, Whinfield Electrics designs and manufactures all their switchboards at their Coburg site with an emphasis on quality and sustainability.
Ernest Hillier (Moreland City Council Nominees)
First established in 1914, Hillier's is undeniably one of Australia's most prestigious chocolate makers and is still uniquely and proudly Australian owned and made. With almost a century of history, Hillier's maintains the original fine quality and offers a huge array of delectable and innovative chocolates.
Indigenous Design Land Management (Nillumbik Shire Council Nominees)
IDLM is a dynamic environmental consultancy specialising in Ecological Assessments. Wildfire Assessments, Land Management Planning and Environmentally Sensitive Landscape Design. IDLM has a thorough understanding of natural resource management and undertakes a wide range of projects with a focus on the environmental values of specific areas.
IPM Technologies was established in 1996 to help farmers implement integrated Pest Management. They help farmers, agronomists, students and the chemical industry understand IPM by running short and long-term training courses and direct on-farm advice. Based in Hurstbridge, they help individual farmers and corporate farms across Australia and New Zealand.
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Speaker: Rob Wood, Chief Executive Officer, Melbourne Polytechnic - Topic: What career options will our young people have? - education in a knowledge economy
Host: CITY OF DAREBIN AND CITY OF WHITTLESEA
- Thursday, December 7, 2017
Host: NORTH Link