The Arc Agency threw open the doors at Pier 2/3 on Sydney harbour recently for another popular ‘Evolution Networking Event’ for design industry professionals
November 1st, 2012
Immaculately presented, the industrial space provided an evocative backdrop for mingling, meeting new suppliers, experiencing niche designer brands and catching up with some familiar faces.
Proudly supported by Indesign, Asahi and Rekorderlig, Arc Networking Events periodically take place in Sydney Brisbane and Melbourne providing a unique industry focussed opportunity to celebrate design and collaboration.
Arc Agency will next pop-up in Brisbane on November 1st 2012. 6pm – 8pm.
Taking over an unoccupied floor at Brisbane’s new architectural icon, ONE ONE ONE Eagle Street – this is set to be a popular event so RSVP’s are essential!
The Arc Agency Brisbane
+61 7 3254 2324
On Wednesday November 28th, Melbourne’s ’Evolution Networking Event’ will take place at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Arts (ACCA), Southbank – 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
The Arc Agency
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