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Night for networking

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March 14, 2018

Rae and Ross Veale at the networking night at the Echuca-Moama Tourism Information Centre. Photo by Luke Hemer.

Dawn McCormack, Mick Taylor and Pa Taylor at the networking night at the Echuca-Moama Tourism Information Centre. Photo by Luke Hemer.

Paula Lanyon, Linda Hays, Russell Day and Peter Lanyon at the networking night at the Echuca-Moama Tourism Information Centre. Photo by Luke Hemer.

Dot Hammond, Anne Peace, Leanne Pentreath and Georgia Brown at the networking night at the Echuca-Moama Tourism Information Centre. Photo by Luke Hemer.

Jenny Rendle and Di Kelly at the networking night at the Echuca-Moama Tourism Information Centre. Photo by Luke Hemer.

Scott Christian and Josh Emmerson at the networking night at the Echuca-Moama Tourism Information Centre. Photo by Luke Hemer.

at the networking night at the Echuca-Moama Tourism Information Centre. Photo by Luke Hemer.

John Vincent, Jo Duncan and David Tarrant at the networking night at the Echuca-Moama Tourism Information Centre. Photo by Luke Hemer.

Gavin Cole and Melissa Cole at the networking night at the Echuca-Moama Tourism Information Centre. Photo by Luke Hemer.

Mim Ramage and Mesh Thomson at the networking night at the Echuca-Moama Tourism Information Centre. Photo by Luke Hemer.

Chris Loton and Matthew Fitzpatrick at the networking night at the Echuca-Moama Tourism Information Centre. Photo by Luke Hemer.

Hugh Jones and Keith Oberin at the networking night at the Echuca-Moama Tourism Information Centre. Photo by Luke Hemer.

ALMOST 100 people attended a recent networking night held by Echuca-Moama Tourism.

The night was one of a series of events aimed at getting businesses talking to each other and forming partnerships.

EMT chief executive Kathryn McKenzie said the events were extremely valuable for businesses that didn’t often get to network.

‘‘Tourism is a private enterprise based on small business and most of our operators don’t have time to get out and network,’’ she said. ‘‘It’s important to know who is in the area and how we can all work together to add value.

‘‘We don’t have too many formalities on the night. It’s all about the networking and letting people learn about one another.’’

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