Business Club Australia crown jewel on schedule

THE jewel in the Business Club Australia crown, its state-of-the-art Club venue located at Darling Harbour in Sydney is on schedule for its 1 August opening.

A world-first for an Olympic host city, the Club forms an integral part of the overall Business Club Australia concept.

Contained within an annexe of the National Maritime Museum the Club will provide its members with an ultra-modern venue, complete with the latest in information and communication technology, in which to conduct meetings with their domestic and overseas-based counterparts visiting Sydney at the time of the Olympics.

A spectacular and highly-visual element of the Club will be a ninety-six metre Incat fast ferry which, moored alongside the Club, will be used as the venue for key presentations and functions hosted by Federal and State Ministers and Australian business leaders.

According to Austrade global manager – Olympics and sport David Faulks, the Club facility will provide Business Club Australia members with an excellent venue in which to conduct business for the duration of the Olympic Games.

“We anticipate that up to 1,000 Club members will utilise the facility on any given day – either for direct business meetings or to attend the series of special business functions and activities we have incorporated into a special Business Club Australia events calendar,” Mr Faulks said.

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