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Mice Net : June 2009
venue update Business meets nature in sydney’s newest venue Opening August 2009, Sergeant’s Mess offers a sparkling waterfront location with breathtaking harbour views, and elegant and glamorous intricacies of design and space with absolute privacy. Owned and operated by Manuel Spinola of both The Tea Room QVB and The Tea Room Gunners’ Barracks, the venue will offer a stunning backdrop for events of all styles. Whether it’s a gala banquet for 250, theatre presentation for 150 or cabaret seating for 170, the Upper Level Room combines 350 square metres of unobstructed floor space plus an expansive harbour deck with suitably magnificent views. For business or pleasure, the lower level of the venue offers prestigious private dining in the Sergeant Majors’ Room. This versatile space includes a private eastern harbour deck and seats 20 guests for a boardroom meeting or 80 guests, theatre-style. All areas of the venue are equipped with the latest audiovisual and sound technology. Talented chef Robert Crichton of acclaimed Salt Restaurant & Penny’s Lane, will head a team of highly sought after industry professionals to deliver a world-class dining experience. In support of local providores, Crichton has sourced produce, and created a menu option, where all ingredients are grown within 100 miles of Chowder Bay. With a commitment to the environment, Sergeants’ Mess is seeking innovative ways for daily practices to reach the best possible environmental standards. Low wattage lighting will be installed throughout the venue; solar panels located on the roof will collect the all-day sunlight and toilets will be flushed with water collected in large water tanks on site. For details on this Mosman venue telephone (02) 9283 7279, email email@example.com or visit www.sergeantsmess.com.au. who is looking after you while you are looking after your clients? Professional conference organisers and exhibition organisers tell us that insurers simply don’t understand their business and consequently, they cannot obtain the right Public & Products Liability and Professional Indemnity Insurance at the right price. Don’t settle for a generic policy that will not provide you with the cover you need. Instead, talk to Aon, who can negotiate the right cover here in Australia at a price you can afford under a single package that will provide: Public and products liability - including cover for property while in your care, custody and control. Professional indemnity for: º Errors and omissions º Wrongful advice º Breaches of the trade practices act º Libel and slander º Fraud and dishonesty º Loss of documents º Intellectual property º Fidelity For more inFormation, talk to PHiliP SUnSHine 02 9253 7000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org 122 mice.net RRIS1591 0409