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Networking breakfast

16 Jan 2012

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Much of Southbank’s business community came together during November for the Yarra River Business Association’s (YRBA) annual networking event, held in the spectacular Eureka 89 function room.

The room is too high for the elevators in Eureka tower as guests were forced to hit the staircase from level 88. The trip was well worth it, as the function area gave guests panoramic views of the city and outer suburbs, making for a stunning start to the day.

The impressive buffet breakfast menu included samples of poached eggs, avocado and chilli covered toast and muesli.

Attendees remained standing throughout the meal, to ensure maximum networking could take place.

The guest speaker was Leigh Harry, formally the CEO of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC), and now the CEO of Tourism Victoria.

YRBA president John Ahern was thrilled with the event, telling the Southbank Local News: “Not only was it a great opportunity for members to network, but also to show off the sheer beauty of the river and its surroundings.”

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