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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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Christine's Shoes (Banyule City Council Nominee)
Christine's Shoes is a quality women's shoes and accessories store. The Greensborough based store specialises in sourcing distinctive items with emphasis on quality and style. The business has recently experienced commendable growth attributed to the stores dedicated and knowledgeable staff that share Christine's passion for shoes and ensure that every customer receives the personalised service they deserve.
Sweet By Nature (Banyule City Council Nominee)
Sweet by Nature manufactures sweet food products for the food service industry and is recognised as one of Melbourne's premier cake suppliers, providing its customers with high quality, fresh products since 1990.
Sweet by Nature products are handmade from scratch, and are renowned for their superior quality, innovative design and most importantly, exceptional taste.
Show Works (City of Darebin Nominee)
Show Works is one of the largest privately owned set building companies in Australia. Operating out of Raglan Street in Preston, Show Works has been responsible for bringing to stage some of the most successful stage shows of recent times. Show Works is also recognised as a leading manufacturer of dance equipment.
Exquisine (City of Darebin Nominee)
In 1986 Exquisine whipped the first batch of their now famous rich smooth fulsome Chocolate Mousse. Today they proudly supply many of Australia's leading food service, QSR, and retail companies. Exquisine prides itself on providing first class desserts, strong client and suppliers relationships, uncompromised food safety standards, and focussed commitment on customer needs.
Each dessert made at Exquisine needs to pass our SMILE test. When you want a burst of happiness there is an Exquisine dessert for you!
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