May 3, 2023
The Haymarket Chamber of Commerce together with our Chamber member Charles Darwin University cordially invite all members and guests to our 2023 HCC Autumn Networking Evening which will be held at the University’s Haymarket campus.
This special evening will feature beautiful and mesmerizing music on violin and classical guitar from the Zaki Duo, delicious food and wine, and a talk by thought leader, author and speaker Jarrod McGrath.
There will also be a lucky draw with many prizes to be won including a $150 dinner voucher generously contributed by Novotel Sydney Central hotel, copies of renowned Northern Territory artist Paul Arnold’s photography book ‘Capturing the Territory’ and a signed print by him entitled ‘Ormiston Gorge’, and sought-after but very hard to get hold of “CDU Crocodile Teddys”!
The Zaki Duo is known for playing pieces from around the world including timeless pop songs and classical pieces. Their performances traverse everything from music icons like Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson to jazz legends such as George Gershwin and Django Reinhardt, classical masters like Bach and Debussy, to film music and interesting selections of Persian, Brazilian and Spanish music, and much more.
Jarrod McGrath is the acclaimed author of the Digital Workforce and The Modern CEO. He has spent the last 20 years working with organisations around the world to help them better manage their people in the rapidly evolving business landscape that we find ourselves in. Jarrod is also passionate about putting people first in all situations and his writing, speaking and commentary focus on how it can be done through innovative thinking, embracing digital and being brave enough to embrace new operating models.
Date: Thursday, 25 May 2023
Time: 6 pm – 9 pm.
Venue: Charles Darwin University, Sydney Campus Level 9, 815 George Street, Haymarket, NSW 2000.
Tickets: $28 for members and students, $38 for non-members
Places to this event are limited, please book early to avoid disappointment!
The Chamber would like to thank Charles Darwin University for their collaboration and partnership which is very much appreciated.