Hosting top concierges
This month Walsh Bay Arts and Commerce will host more than 20 of Sydney’s most influential advisors in its annual Concierges Famil.
The unique chamber initiative on Tuesday 23 June, is about informing and updating concierges from Sydney’s top five...
As part of the City Centre Public Art Plan’s ‘City Art’ program Cloud Arch, Pavilion and The Distance of your Heart are the first three artworks selected for construction by a COS independent, expert advisory panel.
Underpinned by the City’s...
Light Rail: update
Hot on the heels of the 2012 Inner West Light Rail Extension, works to the CBD and South East Light Rail (CSELR) project has begun.
The Walsh Bay area will be affected by the major infrastructure project but Transport for NSW hopes, by scheduling current...
Business chambers unite across state
Last month WBAC attended the NSW Business Chambers’ annual Chamber Day. As an alliance member of the NSW Business Chamber Walsh Bay’s attendance at the event was to meet like-minded chamber of commerce representatives around the state to exchange...
Out of area focus: Hunter Valley
The Hunter Valley is one of the country’s preeminent wine growing areas but the picturesque region, 120 km north of the CBD, is also home to a broad range of other industries including; coal mining, agriculture, tourism, horse breeding, electricity...
Introducing SDC’s Kate Munnelly
Kate Munnelly, business development manager at SDC, is our June member profile.
Kate joined the iconic arts company in January this year. The move into the arts from a career in the corporate world is an accomplishment she lists as one of her biggest...