It’s here! The end of the year means time to reflect and to say Merry Christmas to all.
How many people are sitting there thinking where has the year gone?
It’s been a busy time for the majority of the businesses we speak to. Here at HunterNet, we have conducted over forty events from forums, seminars, business courses and training programs. We reflect on this as we look at celebrating the wins that our members and the region have had over the past eleven months.
We celebrate 26 years as the preeminent industry association in Australia at our Chairman’s Awards on 29 November. Like every award function, the most disappointing part is selecting winners. I know it’s a cliché, but we consider everyone a winner and if you reflect on your own business and your own achievements throughout the year, you will generally see the wins you’ve had. If everyone has done a personal best (PB), you are well in front.
Our team photographed above has a wide range of skills, experience and general knowledge to call on – law, economics, science, trade and business just to name a few. Roll that into almost one hundred years of work-related experiences, the team at HunterNet happily gives plenty to the region to obtain that competitive advantage. We celebrate wins of businesses and the region as a whole. It’s a domino effect when the region’s economy is healthy, business is healthy and confidence is high.
We want to thank all businesses in our region for bringing success too many and want to wish everyone a safe and happy Christmas. Enjoy this time and take care of everyone you know. Just remember, next month we’ll be talking about 2019.
Wayne H Diemar
Senior Project Director-HunterNet
On behalf of the members of HunterNet
IMAGE | The HunterNet team from left to right: Industry Adviser Tim Owen; Project Director Renae Gifford; CEO Tony Cade CEO; Administration Manager Jacqui Warren; and Senior Project Director Wayne Diemar.
HunterNet is a dynamic business development network focused on opening doors to the global marketplace. They champion the combined capability of their members and promote the Hunter region as an international centre of manufacturing and engineering excellence.