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Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce
"30 Year Plan for Greater Adelaide"
1 John Moyle and Carol Neil (City of Tea
Tree Gully), Wayne McDonald (Success
2 Mark Riccuito (Hurley Hotel Group),
Alan Faunt (Adelaide City Council), Kym
Burke (Burke Urban), Trevor Lambert
3 Penny Gale, John Bekavac and Nana
4 Tom Richardson (Deloitte), Steve
Maras (Maras Group), Peter and Paul
5 Tony Lawson (TLC), Kym Hume
(Telstra), Mark Jeffreson (UHY Haines
AME Recruitment boardroom lunch.
6 James Pedersen (Austereo Group
Limited) and Tony Siebert (Le Cornu
7 Allison Ashby (AME Recruitment), Paul
Hamra (Solstice Media), Loewn Steel
Miele Gallery opening at Miele offices
8 Chris Stain, Jim Stain (Miele),
Shannon Bennett (chef Verde Monde).
Highly respected strata manager
Robyn Spragg has joined
Whittles, bringing with her more
than 15 years experience in the
As Whittles continues to
expand in South Australia and
attract new work, particularly
from developers, Robyn will
add to the company s team of
18 experienced body corporate
A member of the National Community Titles
Institute, she has overseen the establishment and
management of body corporates for some of South
Australia s highest-profile residential and com-
Whittles general manager Matthew Amber said:
"Adding Robyn to our large and highly experienced
team will have significant benefits for clients as we
continue to enhance our services."
Jayne-Anne Power and Sam Ion have been
appointed to the consulting team
at leading Adelaide-based public
relations and marketing firm,
communikate et al.
Jayne-Anne brings to the
position of consultant a strong
background in retail manage-
ment, communications and the
arts, having spent nearly 10 years
as a performer in Adelaide.
Her most recent position was
marketing and public relations
coordinator at Carer Support.
Sam joins communikate et al
as a senior consultant with more
than 10 years experience in the
media as a radio journalist and
State Government media advisor.
Most recently, Sam was media
adviser to Transport Minister
He also spent five years as a journalist with radio
stations 5AA and Nova.
The Adelaide Hills never looks
better than at this time of
Autumn colours and the shift
of seasons put a fresh feel on your
face as you walk the streets of the
towns and villages.
In recent years there have been
several attempts to "unify" the
image and marketing of the hills --
some successful and some not.
Part of the problem has been
the distance between key centres
of the hills, with Stirling, Mt
Barker, Macclesfield, Nairne and
the many other towns all having
their own individual character.
Some would say that s part of
The latest push for a "hills
experience" campaign has
come from the Stirling Business
Just a few minutes from the
start of the freeway, Stirling is
acknowledged as the gateway to
the Adelaide Hills.
The association -- a committed
group of local business leaders
who are working to better Stirling
and surrounding communities
-- has launched a website, www.
The website, which includes
a local business and community
directory information, pushes the
theme of Stirling -- the "Spirit of
The business association is also
planning to add to the Stirling
experience, building on the
popularity of the award-winning
Stirling Street Market with its
80 stalls and the recent success
of the Stirling Autumn Garden
"Just minutes from the city, all
approaches to Stirling are sceni-
cally superb," marketing group
chairman Peter Oborn said.
"It s close enough to commute
to the city or be included in
captivating day-trip adventures.
"It s become an ideal place
to visit, as families enjoy the
pleasures of a drive through the
hills. With this new positioning
approach, the businesses of
Stirling invite both local residents
and visitors to come and visit
and discover the true Spirit of
the Hills and to create their own
The association has also
installed a series of permanent
banners throughout Stirling to
reinforce the message.
to be gateway
to the hills
Adelaide Hills Council mayor Bill Cooksley and Stirling Business Association marketing chairman Peter Oborn at the
installation of banners highlighting Stirling as the 'Spirit of the Hills'.
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