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Arthritis NSW Hosts Our May Business After Hours (review)

Arthritis NSW hosts our May Business After Hours (review)

Sandra Vincent and the team at Arthritis and Osteoporosis NSW hosted our May Business After Hours this Monday. Guests learned about the programs Arthritis NSW is doing jointly with another member, Royal Rehab, to help people with arthritis improve their health, flexibility and pain management. We watched a video in which a number of patients told how the program was helping them.

Photo Credit: TWT on the spot photos

There are excellent opportunities for companies of all sizes to sponsor children at one of the Arthritis NSW camps: Camp Twinkletoes and Camp Footloose. Contact Sandra for more information on how you can brighten a young life which lives constantly with pain.

Huge thanks to Sandra and Arthritis NSW for delicious catering and to their fellow tenants at 32 Delhi Road, Brown Brothers Wine, for providing lucky draw prizes as well as wine on the night. The winners of the lucky draw were our support partner Chris Altree of Computer Troubleshooters Ryde and guest Jenny Robertson of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

Our Business of the Month winner is Rasoul Alavi of Sydney Eagle.

Speakers included:

  • Soraya Raju, who told guests more about The Art of Networking breakfast she is presenting for RBC on 16 May. Soraya has grown up knowing that networking works – and HOW it works. Whether you’re experienced at the game or just starting out with your business and don’t know how to talk to people at events such a tonight’s, you’ll learn valuable tips. Register now.
  • Stefan Sojka, speaking about the upcoming Turbocharge Your Business event on 23 May. This is a free event and covers 4 key areas of business, that when integrated and fed back into each other, creates a turbo-charging effect: Business Systems, Sales & Marketing, Legals and Business Profitability. Register now.
  • Clr Craig Chung from the City of Sydney, who is a Ryde resident passionate about developing a strong night time economy in Ryde, particularly in Macquarie Park. If you would like to make suggestions about the night time economy, our President Tony Abboud is also a strong supporter and will be pushing this at upcoming Economic Development Advisory Committee meetings. Contact Tony with your thoughts.
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