Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Going Behind Scenes; Operators Invited to Inspect Premises

Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Going Behind Scenes; Operators Invited to Inspect Premises

Article excerpt

If you have often wondered how the recent refurbishments to the old Daily News and print building went, then schedule in next Monday's Business After Hours into your diary.

New owner of the 50 Albion St building, Norm Betts, will open up the doors and welcome in other owners and staff for an afternoon of networking and exchanging ideas.

Business After Hours is a joint initiative from the Warwick Daily News and Warwick Chamber of Commerce to provide the business community a chance to network and showcase their own opera-tion.

Betta Bilt Cabinets now operates from the site which also houses the Warwick Daily News and additional office and trading space available to inspect and lease.

Mr Betts is looking forward to showcasing his company and opening up the doors to show the business community the changes made to the old Daily News and APN Print building.

The afternoon's formalities are kept to a minimum, as the focus is on networking and meeting other operators and staff. …

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