Hunter businesspeople have the opportunity to hear from the irrepressible entrepreneur, raconteur and local “mad Irishman” Will Creedon thanks to Greater Building Society and the Hunter Chapter of the Property Council.
Will Creedon arrived on our shores 15 years ago. He was as a young lad from County Cork on holiday. Two days later, he was the first Manager of Harrigan’s Irish Pub in the Hunter Valley.
In quick succession, he became General Manager of Roche Group’s Leisure & Tourism Division, Director of the Hunter Valley Vineyards Association and Co-Founder of The Pokolbin Reds.
In 2008 he bought The Lambton Park Hotel and in 2011 he opened the iconic restaurant, Rustica Newcastle Beach. His latest inner-city venture, Three Bears Kitchen, has just opened to critical acclaim.
The Greater is sponsoring this Property Council, Hunter Future Directions Event.
The Greater’s Networking Development Manager Lynn Mangovski said The Greater is supporting opportunities for Hunter people to be inspired and learn from successful Novocastrians.
“As a leading customer owned banking organisation and Hunter-based business, we are about helping our customers and the communities in which we operate to be successful,” Lynn said.
- When | Thursday, 14 May 2015
- Time | 5.30 – 7.30pm (Presentation: 6-6.30pm)
- Where Soho on Darby, 171 Darby Street, Cooks Hill
- Cost | Members: $50.00 and Non-members: $75.00
- RSVP | Online
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Greater Bank is experienced, safe and strong like the big banks. The difference is it doesn't have shareholders so it's always focussed on customers and community.
Greater Bank's friendly, expert team has made it a winner of the national Roy Morgan Customer Satisfaction Awards three years running, with ratings as high as 97%.