Business @ Sunset NT Chamber of Commerce Partners with Paspalis Corporation

On the evening of March 14th, 2024, a pivotal event unfolded, signaling a significant shift in the Northern Territory’s business landscape as the NT Chamber of Commerce and the Paspalis Corporation formally solidified their partnership. With 148 esteemed guests in attendance, the occasion transcended mere celebration; it became a platform for strategic discourse, networking, and the recognition of remarkable achievements.

Among the distinguished attendees were the Consulate General for Timor-Leste, The Honourable Mr. Jose Amorim Dias, and MLA Ms. Marie-Clare Boothby, Shadow Minister for Business, Jobs, and Training, whose presence underscored the importance of collaborative efforts in driving economic growth within the Northern Territory.

The event commenced with introductory remarks by Greg, the CEO of the NT Chamber, paving the way for Harley Paroulakis, CEO of the Paspalis Corporation, to unveil an announcement poised to redefine the region’s business landscape.

Eminent figures such as Professor Scott Bowman, Vice Chancellor of CDU, and Catherine White, Deputy Chief Executive of the Business and Workforce Department at Industry, Tourism, and Trade, further enriched the dialogue with their invaluable insights and unwavering commitment to advancing economic interests.

Attendees actively participated in discussions centered around the myriad benefits of chamber membership, spotlighting exclusive advantages like a 20% discount on Meeting & Conference Rooms and Hot Desk Bookings at the Darwin Innovation Hub.

Amidst the strategic deliberations, the event featured an exhilarating prize draw, injecting an element of excitement and festivity. Winners were announced for various prizes, amplifying the evening’s jubilant ambiance and showcasing the chamber’s dedication to nurturing a supportive business community.

Matt Pettit from BBX Australia clinched a $150 Mindil Beach Casino Voucher, while True Blue IT was honored with a $100 Ruby Restaurant Voucher. Mark Eldridge from Armapal emerged as the recipient of a substantial $500 Darwin Innovation Hub Venue Voucher, further fostering a spirit of accomplishment and camaraderie among attendees.

As the event concluded, participants departed imbued with a renewed sense of purpose and a shared commitment to leveraging the newfound collaborations and resources for the betterment of the Northern Territory’s business ecosystem. The evening stood as a testament to the transformative power of collective action in driving innovation, growth, and prosperity for all stakeholders involved.