| Article appears in April 2019 Issue

AWARDS DINNER TO RECOGNISE VICTORIAN MANUFACTURING

11-04-2019

Tickets are now available for the 2019 Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards gala dinner to be held at Peninsula, Docklands on 14th May.

The awards recognise excellence in Victoria's manufacturing industry, with this year’s winners to be announced on the night.

The gala dinner, with the theme of Industrial Evolution, is a great opportunity for businesses and individuals to connect with leaders across the manufacturing industry during Austech and National Manufacturing Week from 14th to 17th May.

The Victorian Government is committed to supporting growth in the manufacturing industry and this year's event will be hosted by the Minister for Jobs, Innovation and Trade, the Hon Martin Pakula MP.

Tickets are available from the Victorian Chamber of Commerce & Industry website.

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