Walsh Bay turns it up: NYE ‘16
As a city New Year’s Eve hotspot, Walsh Bay shines bright. WBAC rounds up some of the best local events that took place to welcome in 2017.
Pier One Sydney held two New Years Eve events. Firstly its 7-course degustation dinner at The Gantry Restaurant...
NSW Business Chamber webinars
Membership to the WBAC delivers a host of benefits including access to The NSW Business Chambers wide range of resources, training, expert advice and events including its regular series of hour-long webinars – an easy, cost effective way to learn new...
Member Profile: Candaice O’Brien
Candaice O’Brien is Head of Marketing and Communications at Trippas White Group and new WBAC Committee member, taking up the role of Retail Chair in 2017.
Launching new venues, rebranding and developing new and exciting events and campaigns for Trippas...
Out of Chamber. Moss Vale Rural Chamber of Commerce.
The Southern Highlands is set to host the annual Moss Vale Rural Chamber of Commerce and the Wingecarribee Shire Council’s Moss Vale Buskers’ Battle over the weekend of 11 and 12 March with a headline act from 2016 event winner, Angus Murray.
WBAC Christmas Drinks 2016
A good turn out of WBAC members ensured our final event of the year, Christmas drinks at Pier One’s new pop up eatery, The Kerrigan, was celebrated in festive style. And along with the celebratory atmosphere, at least one guest came away with a new...
Walsh Bay Arts and Commerce AGM Notice
All WBAC members are encouraged to attend Walsh Bay Arts and Commerce’s Annual General Meeting at Simmer on the Bay on Monday, 5 December from 3pm.
The objective of this important, annual meeting is to elect all committee members for 2017 and to discuss...
Walsh Bay Arts Table with the Song Company
Last month’s Arts Table resulted in a huge $24,000 raised for co-hosts, The Song Company while an exceptional 5 course degustation dinner, served with stunning matched wines and enjoyed with sublime, vocal entertainment was thoroughly enjoyed by all...
Members News: NSW Business Chamber
New legislation has passed to help protect small businesses from unfair terms in standard form contracts. The NSW Business Chamber is urging small business members to check new agreements reflect these changes and investigate if older versions require...