As you well know the ‘Dying to know’ Conference is now finished and I am in the process of following up with all the post conference tasks. One thing I especially wanted to do is to thank you and Michelle for the phenomenal support you gave us.
The other thing we really appreciated is the calm, professional and helpful manner in which you go about your business. I guess you’ve both developed a huge bank of knowledge and expertise in the event field, but, for me, being able to rely on you to double check my arrangements, provide advice to make things run more smoothly, being available when need and doing so with no fuss gives us the confidence and assurance that we can put on these more major education events.
Thank you so much and we look forward to working with you again.
Alison D… Palliative Care Clinical Nurse Consultant ‘Dying to Know’ Conference – NSW Local Health
Dear Gus, Sharon, Michelle & all the team
I would just like to say what a fabulous job you all did to make Dubbo Chamber 2015 Rhino Business Awards an outstanding event. Your professionalship in the way you catered for such a large crowd was outstanding. I have only had good reports of your excellent service and food.
Toni B….. Dubbo Chamber of Commerce – 2015 Rhino Awards
This email is just to say that we at NITV sincerely thank you for the assistance that was given to our Team with the recent Koori Knockout productions.
I just wanted to inform you that your staff were friendly and accommodating to the changing needs of our production team which did help us out immensely. Your duty managers and reception people whom we had most contact with were awesome and if you could pass on our thanks to them that would be great. Also we thank you also for creating such a positive environment it was much appreciated.
Senior Producer - National Indigenous Television (NITV) | A division of SBS – 2015 Koori Knockout
This is a very belated note expressing thanks to you and all your staff who assisted to allow our Sydney University Alumni function held in your Theatre on 11th June to be a success. Please convey my particular thanks to Sharon and Michelle for the coordination, Michael who assisted with audio visuals, Vera with the supper and the young lady who served the Bar. I apologise I did not establish her name. Our function proved successful, with approximately 120 people attending to hear the most challenging stories, accompanied by amazing photography, from Dr Rob North, a locally raised young man who has climbed the highest mountain in every continent, including Everest and in the Antarctic, as well as experiencing three trips to the Antarctic as a resident doctor. Please also extend my sincere thanks to the Board of Directors for their support.
Geoff W.. Chair
Western NSW Sydney University Alumni Committee. – Sydney University School of Rural Health