The Hunter region’s leading industry collaboration and innovation body, HunterNet, has kicked off 2016 in its new home at 755 Hunter Street, Newcastle West.
HunterNet CEO, Tony Cade, said the move was a strong strategic step for the organisation.
“This is a long term solution for us and our members,” Tony said. “Strategically, it makes sense to be in the west end of the CBD which is continuing to progress and transform with plenty of development activity.”
“The meeting and function facilities at 755 Hunter Street (PKF Newcastle Head Office) are exceptional and will provide many opportunities for further collaboration and networking between our members.”
“PKF has been a great supporter of HunterNet for many years, and we are proud to be able to share such strong relationships with our members.”
Steve Meyn, Managing Director of PKF, said that the move made sense for all HunterNet members.
“The development of the 755 Hunter Street site was a part of our broader commitment to the Hunter region, and more specifically supporting the revitalisation of the CBD,” Steve said. “We have been very active members of HunterNet and we have no doubt this move will create great opportunities for both organisations as well as our clients and members.”
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.